The Island Sports Trust is a charitable organisation, which aims to provide a service which is responsive to local needs and accessible to all groups and individuals in the community. It also provides excellent leisure and learning opportunities that may lead to personal and social development.
The History of The Island Sports Trust
The Island Sports Trust is a voluntary organisation founded in 1996, with the aim to provide a service which is responsive to local needs and accessible to all groups and individuals in the community.
Who we are
The Island Sports Trust is a charitable organisation based at George Green’s School. It has a board of trustees, a manager, and ten part-time workers. Together they are responsible for managing and facilitating community use of the school’s sports and recreational facilities and for much of the sports development work that takes place in and around the school. It also provides excellent leisure and learning opportunities that may lead to personal and social development.
The future of The Island Sport Trust is to continue to deliver and develop opportunities for the community in the area of sport and leisure, to enhance and improve the quality of life for the people living and working in Tower Hamlets.
George Green’s School George Green’s Full Service Extended School is a co-educational 11 to 19 voluntary controlled school, with some 1,200 students and 150 staff (teachers and support staff). It serves a culturally and socially diverse community on the Isle of Dogs, in the East End of London. The area is part of the Enterprise Zone being created by the London Docklands Development Corporation and in recent years this has radically altered the local environment and community.
The Island Sports Trust working in partnership with George Green’s School offers opportunities to develop skills in a variety of sports using the School’s superb facilities.
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The facilities are closed for two weeks during the Christmas period and on Bank Holidays.