Originally published in 2004, this document outlines how secondary school sports facilities can be designed to provide the ideal environment for providing both physical education and community sport.
- An explanation of the benefits of providing new schools with physical education facilities designed to meet the requirements of both the school and the community
- A model for establishing the number and type of ‘teaching spaces’ and ancillary accommodation required by schools;
- Advice on estimating the likely demand for community sports facilities; and
- Design advice for teaching and ancillary spaces.
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