- Total grants
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- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 10 Mar 1998
- Latest award date
- 04 Dec 2017
PHF/Carneegie Initiative for Enquiry into the Future of Civil Society, for which the Barbican Centre Trust is a participating organisation.
Feasibility study to investigate setting up a flexible thinking school for children with autism. 06 Nov 2007
Bright Futures will conduct a feasibility study into setting up a new type of school in the UK to meet the needs of young people with autism. The school would deliver a 'dynamic thinking' curriculum using an approach known as 'Relationship Development Intervention' (RDI) which is not currently used as a key methodology within schools in the UK. Bright Futures believe this approach has significant potential within an educational setting. The feasibility study will involve desktop research, visits to other schools, a feasibility analysis and, if the project is found to be feasible, development of a business plan and funding strategy.
First Help 11 Oct 2012
Social Innovation camp runner up - This project will develop a prototype digital tool for young people who have recently arrived in the UK which could be used to improve their access to support and help them feel less disorientated.
Cholsey Children's centre 18 Apr 2016
The grant will largely be used to buy play equipment for the children and furnishings for the rooms that will be used. It will also be used to buy in expertise as required e.g. Nutritional specialist, chef
Training & Development 18 Apr 2016
This grant will enable trustees, staff and volunteers to access a range of training & professional development opportunities to ensure that the quality of service of family support that we offer is maintained.
Beard Employees Working with TVP and Nasio Trust 24 Jan 2017
Beard Employees Working with TVP and Nasio Trust. The possibility of sending young members of the company to Africa to perform building work. It was agreed to make a donation of £1,000 to Nasio Trust to help fund continuing support of young people from difficult background when they return from Africa.
Sensory Space 14 Nov 2016
We are needing to provide a sensory space at Grovelands Park Pre-school. This sensory space will provide experiences for all the children in our care and have the most impact on those children we look after who have additional needs. These needs range from global developmental delay, to autism, speech difficulties, visual and hearing impairments, a whole range of special educational needs. This sensory space will also give all our children an area of relaxation and a calming place to help children who struggle to regulate their emotions. Grovelands Park Pre-school is one of very few places in the local community which can offer care for those who are most vulnerable. To be able to offer this type of care and service the provider must have a minimum of a Good rating from Ofsted and have a full understanding on how to be able to meet the complex needs of the children and families who are the most vulnerable. To be able to work closely with the local authorities and services to ensure these children have the same opportunities to access as any other child. And on top of all the other legalities which are met with a Good Ofsted rating, we ensure the United National Convention for the Rights of the Child are being met at all times. This grant would make a massive difference to the service we provide. This is a project which we provide opportunities for the children who attend this academic year and many many years of children in the future.