- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 05 Jan 2015
- Latest award date
- 21 Dec 2015
- Total GBP grants
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Young Persons' Project 16 Mar 2015
Provision of specialist legal service to refugee and migrant children and young people with a remit to improve the broader policy and legal framework.
The Reasons Why - Realising Potential 16 Mar 2015
Individual assessment 1-1 support Tailored series of workshops -- self esteem, individual identity, responsibility, Communication, skill acquisition mentor support Job placement Follow up support and tracking
Long-term individual and group psychotherapy, arts and sports activities, literacy, philosophy and music workshops, therapeutic retreats, support during asylum-seeking process and case-work.
Midlands Arts Laboratories (MAL) 16 Mar 2015
A pilot project that applies across three sites in Stoke-on-Trent, North Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire the Dutch CAL-XL methodologies to provide new thinking about the impact measurement of cultural activities and how it may inform cultural planning.
What is Craft? 04 Mar 2015
A three-year investigation developing new audiences and finding dynamic ways of engagement between visitors and our exhibition programmes - understanding contemporary craft and its making.
Building for Progression: a foot on the ladder 10 Mar 2015
To develop and pilot a new ‘progression curriculum’ scheme of work, designed to support improved transition from primary to secondary school. Particularly targeting young people at-risk of truancy and exclusion, the materials will foster high aspirations, awareness and attainment.
Pop Up Education regional expansion 16 Mar 2015
Wider delivery of Pop Up's literature-in-education model to six regions, increasing access to authors and their books, improving writing standards, and facilitating digital connectivity and creativity.
Cultural Learning Alliance core grant 16 Mar 2015
Two years of core support for the Cultural Learning Alliance, a collective voice working to ensure that all children and young people have meaningful access to culture.
Support for the 3rd International Teaching Artists Conference (ITAC3) to be hosted in Glasgow 04 Mar 2015
Hosted by Creative Scotland in partnership with the existing ITAC international committee - incl. Eric Booth, one of America's leading arts and arts education leaders; Brad Haselman, Professor and Assistant Dean, Queensland University of Technology (Australia) & Marit Ulvund, Director of Seanse (Norway)
SNAP Collaborative Development Programme 17 Jun 2015
ArtWorks funding has been awarded to Sheffield Network of Arts Providers (SNAP) to run a series of collaborative enquiry days, bringing together a selection of artists from different career stages and art forms with employers and commissioners from key organisations in the city. Through these sessions they aim to identify clusters within the network that will enable and encourage cross member collaboration, drive individual learning, generate new ideas for innovative approaches to participatory practice with children and young people and generate embedded practitioner development opportunities. Participants will then have the opportunity via small enabling budgets to apply some of the ideas/approaches that emerge from the enquiry days within a range of participatory settings. They aim to use these funds to strengthen the existing SNAP network, agreeing a shared direction for artists and employers, more joined-up activity and a clearer path for future developments. SNAP was set up over a year ago in response to research from the Sheffield Culture Consortium around gaps in provision and a lack of joined up working between providers in the city. SNAP provides a space for those working with children and young people to connect, collaborate, share best practice and advocate for the sector within the city and region.
To develop a quality mark and learning community to improve the impact of youth social action programmes in developing young people's skills and creating social impact. 19 Oct 2015
The organisation plans, with support from the Dartington Social Research Unit, to pilot a shared approach to evaluation and learning across six diverse member organisations. This will provide evidence of impact to funders and commissioners, as well as to establish a set of quality standards for the sector.
Core support to enable Musical Futures to deliver the workplan agreed in March 2014 and transition to become the new independent Musical Futures organisation.
Woodpecker Court Youth Activities (WCYA) aims to offer brilliant alternative education through day provision and residentials, where young people who have exhausted their options in mainstream schooling work with nature, small animals and the outdoors to help them re-engage with learning. WCYA is run by Dominic Meehan, a youth worker with 11 years’ experience working in schools, and builds on previous work with Canterbury Academy as part of PHF’s Learning Away special initiative. PHF funding will pay for Dominic’s salary for the first year as he builds up WCYA’s delivery.
China Halls - Research & Development 17 Nov 2015
Restoke use dance, music and visual art to produce site-specific performances in disused spaces in Staffordshire. This is a research project in Stoke-on-Trent engaging people who have migrated to Stoke from other countries. The project will target BME migrants and will take place in a disadvantaged area. The learning from this project will inform the development of a performance at the former Spode Pottery Works in Stoke-on-Trent.
This project will pilot an inclusive dance syllabus aimed at disabled children and young people, to run pilot classes and collect evidence with the aim of publishing a tool-kit to advocate its potential for sector-wide impact. Stopgap Dance Company, resident company of Farnham Maltings (University of Surrey) is the UK’s top integrated professional contemporary dance company, working with dancers with and without disabilities, on small to mid-scale work. This project will trial an inclusive dance syllabus aimed at disabled children and young people. It will run pilot classes and collect evidence with the aim of publishing a tool-kit to advocate its potential for sector-wide impact.