In 2021, the Department for Education invested £10.1 million to help more schools open their facilities to the public as Coronavirus restrictions began to ease. The funding was aimed at helping schools to deliver extra-curricular activities and open their facilities outside of the school day during evenings, weekends and school holidays.
This investment came at an important time, given the impact coronavirus had on the activity levels of children and young people and the significant decline in the number of schools able to offer after-school clubs for pupils, or opening their facilities for community use.
Bedminster Down School - Bristol Barley Close Primary School - South Gloucestershire
Briarwood School - Bristol New Siblands School - South Gloucestershire
Fairfield High School - Bristol John Cabot Academy - South Gloucestershire
Ashton Park School - Bristol Mangotsfield School - South Gloucestershire
Blaise High School - Bristol
Oasis Academy Brightstowe - Bristol Broadoak Academy - North Somerset
Oasis Academy Brislington - Bristol Clevedon School - North Somerset
Bristol Metropolitan Academy - Bristol St Katherine's School - North Somerset
Trinity Academy - Bristol Churchill Academy & Sixth Form - North Somerset
City Academy - Bristol
Bristol Brunel Academy- Bristol Saltford CofE Primary School - Bath & North East Somerset
Redland Green School - Bristol Broadlands Academy - Bath & North East Somerset
Notton House Academy - Bristol
St. Nicholas of Tolentine RC Primary School - Bristol