Sharks Community Trust are working with InnovEd to launch our new School Sports Apprenticeship programme in Manchester and surrounding authorities. The scheme will provide an apprentice/ teaching assistant who can focus on delivering high quality PE and wellbeing activities for the whole school.
InnovEd are a niche training provider and have a proven track record of providing innovative solutions for education for schools and private bodies up and down the country.
The apprenticeship programme is initially being offered in the Manchester, Trafford, Salford and Stockport areas, to primary, secondary, prep, independent and special educational needs schools.
In essence schools can get an apprentice / teaching assistant for the school for around £2700 per annum. Apprentices work 30 hours a week, with 1 day per week allocated to off-site training; they are available for lunch time and afterschool clubs as well as assisting with the delivery of normal PE lessons.
|The Benefits To Your School||Key Facts|
| Increase capacity in the PE department
with specific sport-related skills
| Apprenticeships are about
learning on the job
| Cost effective, with the opportunity to claim
upto £1500 of funding per trainee to subsidise
apprentice wages that are currently set at a
minimum of £80 per week
| Apprenticeships are not
| Effective utilisation of Sports Premium
Funding for Primary Schools
| Apprenticeships are not set
by the academic year
| Ongoing support and assessment of
learning in physical activity sessions
| Apprenticeships are hand-picked
and will receive a range of
| Community engagement opportunities and
| Schools interview and select the
If your school is within the Manchester/Trafford/Salford or Stockport area, and you would like to find out how your school could benefit from this initiative, please contact Helen Stuart by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 0161 667 7518/07889 601639.