Pitch to Play On
“The new pitch will be a fantastic addition to our facilities at CGS. I am passionate about creating an environment in which everyone can enjoy, achieve and belong and I believe that this pitch will transform the experiences of every single student in the school.” Annmarie McNaney, Headteacher
Beyond the immeasurable impact of outdoor activity on the physical health and well-being of children and the benefit to their learning, our new multi-use artificial pitch will double the amount of space for active play, PE lessons, clubs and sport. A modern facility with efficient LED lighting will be an all-weather, year-round outdoor classroom on which all our students will learn and play.
“Physical activity supports better health and wellbeing among young people, which in turn means they are more likely to achieve better academically.” Youth Sport Trust 2022
The new pitch will greatly increase participation in sport and enjoyment of physical activity, based on feedback from our current students. In addition to break times, it will be used daily for PE lessons, lunch and after school clubs, and offer space for football, hockey, netball, tennis and tag rugby.
“The implementation of a new pitch will further develop our ‘Sport for All’ philosophy at CGS.” Andrew Sharpe, Director of PE & Sport
How can you help?
Each gift will get us one step closer to making this new pitch a reality for CGS students. You can make a one-off or regular monthly gift here. Gifts to the CGS Development Fund registered charity by UK taxpayers are eligible for Gift Aid, adding 25% to the value of each donation at no additional cost to the donor. For information on how a monthly donation makes a significant contribution, please click here.
If your employer offers matched giving please contact development@ cheshamgrammar.org for information on how to arrange. Donations can also be made through a limited company.
We welcome business sponsorship of the new facility on an annual or ongoing basis. For further information please contact email@example.com.
If you have any questions or would like to arrange a meeting, please contact Martha Ware firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01494 782854.
“Engaging in sport and physical activity is vital to the health and well-being of students now and for the rest of their lives.” Dr Oliver Runswick, CGS alumnus and Lecturer in Performance Psychology, King’s College London
Pitch to Play On
CGS Development Fund
Registered Charity No. 1062423