- Total grants
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- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 08 Jan 2014
- Latest award date
- 19 Dec 2014
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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An artists' talks programme in UK regional museums on the occasion of the acquisition by the museums of work by the artist donated by CAS.
Getting the Grades 05 Feb 2014
Working in partnership with local secondary schools to deliver supplementary education classes in Maths and English for young refugees and improve their levels of attainment.
A mapping exercise examining current professional development programmes and member initiatives within UK and international arts and cultural organisations, to form a published case study.
Funding from PHF will go towards the development of a small, temporary display of migration 'keepsakes'. Objects will be sourced from a range of community members who are traditionally less well-represented in museums.
Truancy and Inclusion Programme 15 Jul 2014
To provide bespoke intervention programmes and personalised support to improve attendance, behaviour and progression for young people in four Lincolnshire schools, including three special schools. The schools intend to sustain the programme beyond our support and extend it to benefit other schools.
Forest School Transitions 15 Jul 2014
A programme of Forest School opportunities in school grounds and at Magdalen Farm to help vulnerable children make successful transitions to secondary and middle schools
'My Radio Project' 23 Sep 2014
Supported learning programme of voice and confidence building; production of a short but impactful radio recording on employability; and attainment of a personal development qualification.
The Great Animal Orchestra 12 Jun 2014
To create a sound installation, live concerts, educational and participative activities that explore nature's music at the Horniman Museum.
Core support 27 Oct 2014
The creation and appointment of a new Executive Director role for Entelechy Arts to address organisational capacity and sustainability, and to extend sectorial impact.
A series of community of inquiry sessions over nine months using an imaginative-inquiry approach to explore issues of belonging, free-will, and community-responsibility.