- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 10 Dec 1997
- Latest award date
- 30 Oct 2017
Kori Academic 17 Feb 2010
One year set up project teaching using arts, creativity, special exercises and academic subjects: creating excellence in supplementary education for children with special learning needs.
Life on Legacy Street 02 Mar 2010
Life on Legacy Street'- a youth-led drama and film project linking young people from diverse backgrounds and four schools to improve cross-cultural understanding and community cohesion in Tower Hamlets, and to influence how services work with young people.
Publication and dissemination of CARA Good Practice Handbook on Supporting refugee academics and academics at risk
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.
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.
To help finance the research and establishment of a fund raising system predicated on the rounding up of electronic card payments.
Membership of CIFC 31 Mar 2010
Membership of the Coalition, an alliance formed in 2008 of 19 independent Trusts and Foundations which seeks, through implementation of recommendations in Baroness Corston's 2007 review, to transform how vulnerable women are treated in the criminal justice system.
The Box 17 May 2010
To develop an educational programme, in partnership with schools across London, for The Box, a new publicly accessible arts and science research studio based at the Science Museum and led by Neuroscientist Beau Lotto and his Lottolab studio.
A two-year series of artists' projects exploring new forms of participation in the Church Street neighbourhood, crossing between the fields of art, education, and research.
Talk Together will develop their methodology for boosting the attainment of bilingual young people through engaging parents and addressing cultural barriers to educational achievement
To produce a dynamic, multi-media, cross-curricular educational resource that explores young people's own understanding of and stories about conflict and reconciliation.
Savethearts Campaign - Shrigley Video 09 Sep 2010
To support the production of an animated film by artist David Shrigley to launch a campaign, with an associated online petition, about public funding of the arts.
Stay on Track 19 Jul 2011
Supplementary schools generally use traditional, didactic teaching methodology, often because the teachers were trained and qualified in the 'home' country. SSLC wishes to adopt a more mainstream UK approach using activity-based learning driven by the pupils.
Skylines 11 Apr 2011
Development of a National Playwriting Network and skills provision for playwrights, promoting the artistic potential of work for young audiences in the wider writing community.
Positive Pathways Education Programme 27 Jul 2011
England wide. Gender specific, holistic support, skills development, accredited training and progression into emplyment for girls and women offenders and those at risk of offending, onsite and in prisons
In support of an initiative to increase homeless people's access to arts activities by increasing homelessness agencies' capacity to deliver and build partnerships with arts organisations.
Piloting the Child-to-Child participatory approach in school to help empower and integrate refugee and asylum seeking young people.
The Hackney Pirates 21 Feb 2012
An enterprising out-of-school l learning programme where young people receive one-to-one attention to improve their literacy and creativity by working on real-world creative products
Supporting core costs in order to develop and expand a programme of creative writing workshops for schools and drop-in sessions for children aged 8-18.