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Supported contact centres 01 Apr 2018

Provide support for contact centres

The Bank 14 Sep 2016

The organisation will use the funding to run a drop in centre for young people aged 11 to 16 years, including volunteering opportunities. This will provide diversionary activities for young people to reduce issues linked to anti-social behaviour and improve community cohesion between different groups of young people within the community.

For Young People By Young People 23 Nov 2017

The aim of the Active Cheshire project is to work with young people to design a programme of volunteering that meets there needs and demands. The aim is not just to provide young people with training opportunities but to also to widen access to volunteering opportunities and improve transition to the community from school and vice versa. Active Cheshire have an established relationship with a local voluntary service and local school sports coordinators. This programme will help to strengthen this relationship, for the benefits of young people, by creating more opportunities for them.The young people, once trained, will then go on to support the delivery of a County-wide school sport festival in May 2018 which will see between 600-800 young people taking part, to encourage young people to become more physically active, which will in turn, support their long term physical and mental health wellbeing. The young volunteers will become part of the workforce team and following training, will be involved in activities such as, awareness raising, organising competitions, umpiring and refereeing, social media and opening and closing ceremony. The grant will pay for staffing costs, training, refreshments, certificates and awards and promotional materials.

Amount: £3,995
Funder: Cheshire Community Foundation
Recipient: Active Cheshire
Region: North West
District: Cheshire West and Chester

For young people, By young people 27 Jul 2006

The King's Outreach wishes to implement a counselling service for young people to give advice and guidance in a number of areas, such as sexual health and relationships. The development of the project will be steered by local young people and it is intended that peer-to-peer and group counselling will take place. Volunteers will also be trained to reach a wider number of young people.

Initial Teacher Training (ITT) Bursaries 01 Apr 2018

to support recruitment & retention of trainees to become teachers in maintained schools in England.

Amount: £2,160
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Initial Teacher Training (ITT) Bursaries 01 Apr 2018

to support recruitment & retention of trainees to become teachers in maintained schools in England.

Amount: £2,160
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Initial Teacher Training (ITT) Bursaries 01 Apr 2018

to support recruitment & retention of trainees to become teachers in maintained schools in England.

Amount: £2,160
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Initial Teacher Training (ITT) Bursaries 01 Apr 2018

to support recruitment & retention of trainees to become teachers in maintained schools in England.

Amount: £2,160
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

ALB - Education and Skills Funding Agency - Adult Apprenticeships 01 Apr 2018

To fund the provision of apprenticeship training

Amount: £21,342
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

ALB - Education and Skills Funding Agency - Apprenticeships 1618 Participation 01 Apr 2018

To fund the provision of apprenticeship training

Amount: £31,415
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Regional School Improvement 01 Apr 2018

Local Authority School Improvement Monitoring and Brokering Grant enables LAs to carry out their statutory functions to monitor maintained schools

Amount: £102,987
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Regional School Improvement 01 Apr 2018

Local Authority School Improvement Monitoring and Brokering Grant enables LAs to carry out their statutory functions to monitor maintained schools

Amount: £155,990
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Priority School Building Programme - Private Finance Local Authority & Voluntary Aided School Revenue Grant 01 Apr 2018

Revenue funding for private sector organisations as part of Public Private Partnership to maintain the condition of selected repaired schools

Amount: £671,648
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Priority School Building Programme - Private Finance Local Authority & Voluntary Aided School Revenue Grant 01 Apr 2018

Revenue funding for private sector organisations as part of Public Private Partnership to maintain the condition of selected repaired schools

Amount: £671,648
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Priority School Building Programme - Private Finance Local Authority & Voluntary Aided School Revenue Grant 01 Apr 2018

Revenue funding for private sector organisations as part of Public Private Partnership to maintain the condition of selected repaired schools

Amount: £671,648
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Priority School Building Programme - Private Finance Local Authority & Voluntary Aided School Revenue Grant 01 Apr 2018

Revenue funding for private sector organisations as part of Public Private Partnership to maintain the condition of selected repaired schools

Amount: £671,648
Funder: Department for Education
Recipient: NORTH TYNESIDE#DCSF
Region: North East
District: North Tyneside District

Activities with young people for young people 23 Aug 2005

A project for disaffected young people aged 11-18 from Woodrow, Redditch, to create a programme of activities that provide opportunities for them to develop new skills, engage in positive behaviour, improve the local community and achieve in a setting that is outside of the education system. Many of the beneficiaries will have had a negative experience of the education system, be excluded or at risk of exclusion, and are at risk of becoming involved in anti-social and criminal behaviour.

Amount: £123,854
Funder: The National Lottery Community Fund
Recipient: Whats Your Point?
Region: West Midlands
District: Redditch District

Run by Young People for Young People 26 Mar 2018

The group will develop a youth café as a platform to engage with socially excluded young people and adults. This will provide support to build positive relationships, improve their interaction with members of the community and set and achieve positive goals.

Young People Leading Young People 23 Oct 2019

Young People Leading Young People

Young people 23 Nov 2004

The project will establish a young people's alcohol and drug service in Torfaen and Caerphilly. This will allow young people to access information and advice about making positive life choices. The grant, over three years, will employ two full-time workers, organisational overheads, travel, training and running costs. Bydd y prosiect yn sefydlu gwasanaeth alcohol a chyffuriau i bobl ifanc Tor-faen a Chaerffili.