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Banbury & District Community Bus Project (360G-OCF-A504162)

To help support the early years play sessions and afterschool support club that we currently offer. This grant would enable us to purchase much needed resources to facilitate new play experiences as well as replacing our much used and broken equipment. To help to stimulate the children’s learning, self-expression, communication and importantly interaction with others we would be looking to purchase: : Sensory equipment – to help develop important sensory motor skills, stimulate crucial senses, and promote sensory integration : Language & Literacy Support – this will help to build verbal skills in young children by offering playful interactive experiences. The resources will allow plenty of opportunities for speaking and listening, young children need exposure to printed materials to develop a rich understanding on how to use words correctly. : Outdoor Activities – enables children to enjoy the natural environment and learn to seek out exercise, fresh air and activity. Outdoor play develops disposition for the outdoors, for physical activity, and for care of the environment. : Early Mathematics – stimulate a natural learning for early mathematics as well as numeracy it will help develop skills to problem solving, understanding shapes and spatial awareness : Preparation and support for School Readiness – helping to teach skills e.g. toileting , dressing themselves, appropriate behaviour, confidence and self esteem, turn taking and sharing, sitting still as well as language and literacy skills. : Environment / Natural World – learning to respect and show appreciation for the natural environment, Explore living and non-living things, appreciate changes to their environment.

£500

12 Feb 2019

Grant details
Amount Applied For 1100
Amount Awarded 500
Award Date 2019-02-12T00:00:00+00:00
Beneficiary Location: Country Code GB
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code E01028437
Beneficiary Location: Geographic Code Type LSOA
Beneficiary Location: Name Cherwell 004C
Grant Programme: Code December 2018
Grant Programme: Title Small and Vital
Impact Category Promote reduction of isolation and disadvantage and access to local services
Last Modified 2019-05-01T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Duration (months) 8
Planned Dates: End Date 2019-12-31T00:00:00+00:00
Planned Dates: Start Date 2019-04-01T00:00:00+00:00
Primary age group Early Years (0-4)
Primary beneficiary Children and Young People
Primary ethnicity White British
Primary issue Stronger communities/Community support and development
Project Description - Detailed To help support the early years play sessions and afterschool support club that we currently offer. This grant would enable us to purchase much needed resources to facilitate new play experiences as well as replacing our much used and broken equipment. To help to stimulate the children’s learning, self-expression, communication and importantly interaction with others we would be looking to purchase: : Sensory equipment – to help develop important sensory motor skills, stimulate crucial senses, and promote sensory integration : Language & Literacy Support – this will help to build verbal skills in young children by offering playful interactive experiences. The resources will allow plenty of opportunities for speaking and listening, young children need exposure to printed materials to develop a rich understanding on how to use words correctly. : Outdoor Activities – enables children to enjoy the natural environment and learn to seek out exercise, fresh air and activity. Outdoor play develops disposition for the outdoors, for physical activity, and for care of the environment. : Early Mathematics – stimulate a natural learning for early mathematics as well as numeracy it will help develop skills to problem solving, understanding shapes and spatial awareness : Preparation and support for School Readiness – helping to teach skills e.g. toileting , dressing themselves, appropriate behaviour, confidence and self esteem, turn taking and sharing, sitting still as well as language and literacy skills. : Environment / Natural World – learning to respect and show appreciation for the natural environment, Explore living and non-living things, appreciate changes to their environment.
Recipient Org: Charity Number 1085917
Recipient Org: Description Since 1995, we have been a mobile play and social/wellbeing hub provider, working with children and families in rural villages, on military bases and in areas of high deprivation around Cherwell district. Our aim, to help isolated and disenfranchised children/families find the support they need, in order to thrive. Our objectives therefore are to improve: (1) community cohesion by supporting parenting/parents make new connections and signpost them to relevant services -Health Visitors, School Support, Army Welfare Officer; (2) Child development (0-4yrs) by providing weekly Early Years provision; (3) Children’s (5-11yrs) health and wellbeing by providing weekly afterschool provision.
Recipient Org: Postal Code OX16 3WR
Additional data added by GrantNav
Alternate Recipient Name Banbury and District Community Bus Project
Recipient Region South Central
Recipient District Cherwell District
Recipient District Geographic Code E07000177
Recipient Ward Banbury Grimsbury & Hightown Ward
Recipient Ward Geographic Code E05010922