- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 01 Nov 1997
- Latest award date
- 22 Mar 2017
Calderglen High School Learning Away Partnership 07 Jul 2009
Innovative design linked to major sports events / local opportunities & context. Strong links to Curriculum for Excellence. Inclusive approach incl special school partner. Links to community and volunteering.
Hanover Primary School Learning Away Programme 07 Jul 2009
Distinctive approach - back to basics + strong community focus. Very low cost, replicable & sustainable model. Strong plans for engaging other schools and supporting replication elsewhere. Active pupil participation, incl ex-pupils. Strong staff development plans. Commitment to engaging all cultural groups.
Guardianship pilot project 02 Mar 2010
A system of 'guardianship' to provide 'independent advocates' (IAs), employed and trained to give additional support to every separated child in Scotland.
Walney School Learning Away Partnership 07 Jul 2009
Integrated approach across whole town. Using residentials to help create shared culture and pedagogy across schools. Community regeneration focus. Diversity of residential approaches.
Canterbury High School Learning Away Partnership 07 Jul 2009
Links to National Challenge priorities - Maths / English focus. Support for KS4 curriculum - academic & vocational. Key role of school-based youth service.
Young People's Legal Advice Project 07 Dec 2010
Continuation and national expansion of Young People's Legal Advice Project. Developing young people's legal advice services in housing, benefits, debt, education, discrimination, asylum/immigration.
Contribution to the Women's Diversionary Fund, a joint fund set up between the Corston Independent Funders' Coalition and Ministry of Justice to support development of community-based provision to divert vulnerable women out of offending and custody.
Schools in Partnership Project 13 Oct 2010
To achieve a step change in the nature of partnership working between mainstream and supplementary schools to improve pupil outcomes and influence local policy for the benefit of supplementary schools.
Supplementary funding for Prospect project 02 Mar 2010
Prospects is a two-year project to help ex-offenders, aged 18-25, who are severely disadvantaged in the labour market, to find and remain in employment. Based in Cumbria, the project aims to work with local partners to improve employment and training opportunities, help participants become more confident and responsible, and access advice and support to address their basic needs which will allow them to play a fuller part in their communities.
Phase two 29 Jun 2010
This funding supports a segment of Music in Detention's continued delivery of work in Immigration Removal Centres, expansion and development of their community exchange work and devolution of delivery to local partnerships.
Phase 2 19 May 2010
MAC-UK would like to extend the reach of its pilot programme, Music and Change: consolidating and growing the existing project, gathering further evidence of its success and providing ongoing consultancy in the approach to ultimately influence UK-wide mental health delivery and policy.
Sporting Literacy Role Play 26 Oct 2011
Feasibility study and partnership building to develop a speaking and listening initiative across study support centres linked to sports clubs.
Explore Leadership 10 May 2011
Explore Leadership has been created for young people to empower their peers to identify, plan and deliver projects which directly benefit their local community.
Cultural Learning Alliance 17 Aug 2010
To commission independent research to consolidate the existing body of evidence for cultural learning, aggregating findings on impacts, outcomes and best practice.
Home Language Accreditation Project (HoLA) 19 Jul 2011
A three year project to raise the attainment of bilingual pupils by enabling mainstream and supplementary schools to develop partnerships to support pupils' language learning.
UK wide designing and making projects based in the community provide pupils with spontaneous and engaging opportunities to develop their speaking and listening skills