Leading with Action Years 9-10

PSC Sport Leadership Grant Applications 2017

Commencing Term 3 2017, the PSC Sport Leadership program will move to a grant funding model. If successfully meeting the criteria, NSW government schools will be eligible to apply for a funding grant to participate in the  PSC Sport Leadership program within their Sport Leadership Community (SLC). This can will be done via an online grant application form.

There are two types of PSC Sport Leadership grants:

-Leading with Action (Phase 1) involving Stage 5 students
-Learning to Lead (Phase 2) involving Stage 3, 4 and 5 students

Procedure for applying for a PSC Grant(s): 

Step 1: Leading with Action Grant (Phase 1)

Schools will need to initially apply for a the Leading with Action grant (Phase 1) which requires a minmum of three secondary schools to participate from their local area. The nominated host school completes the online LwA application on behalf of their Sport Learning Community (SLC) and funds will be provided to this school. Participating secondary schools in their SLC will draw upon the host school's account to fund casual relief, etc. Grants range from $2 000 to $10 000 based on the number of participating secondary schools.

Funding includes casual relief days for host school manager to plan and implement the LwA day. Secondary staff supervising students/attending the day are also funded for one day of casual relief. Transport costs for schools to attend the day are also included. A travel subsidy applies to schools travelling 100 kms or more to the location.
 
Step 2: Learning to Lead Grant (Phase 2)

Secondary schools can then apply for a Learning to Lead grant (Phase 2)which requires a minimum of one secondary school and two partner primary schools. The nominated host school completes an online L2L application on behalf of partner primary schools and any other secondary schools in their SLC. Funds will be provided to this school and participating schools in their SLC will draw upon the host school's account to fund casual relief, etc. Grants range from $2 000 to $20 000 based on the number of particpating schools.

 

The grant program will be promoted to all NSW government schools through SchoolBiz, Primary PrincipalsÂÃÃÂ