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- Earliest award date
- 07 Apr 1998
- Latest award date
- 26 Feb 2018
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Create, Aspire, Transform: North Northumberland Schools Cultural Education Leadership Programme 26 Feb 2018
Berwick Visual Arts offers a programme of exhibitions, artist residencies and projects. Working with two schools in the North Northumberland Creative Schools Cluster, this programme will explore how a programme of visual-arts focused continuing professional development and an artist-led residency can facilitate teachers’ leadership and commitment to prioritising cultural education. The programme aims to raise attainment in literacy, language and communication, particularly for pupils experiencing disadvantage.
Turn About Pegasus 12 Feb 2010
Reducing the number of children with persistently poor school attendance and the number of school exclusions by transforming attitudes and behaviours of young people and re-engaging them in education through the delivery of Equine Assisted Learning.
Tell Me 07 Jul 2009
Giving young people the opportunity to produce short video interviews, which will then become the clues for two regional "scavenger hunt" web-based games.
Youth Transition Team 17 Feb 2011
To set up a youth transition team led by youth workers working with families in middle schools, for target group work improving attendance and self esteem within a federation of schools in Northumberland.
Learning Futures Phase One 02 Apr 2009
To develop and test a series of teaching and learning interventions that aim to increase the number of young people who are actively and positively engaged with their learning.
School as Producer: The Magic Flute 19 Dec 2011
Scoping exercise to validate ideas, engage 'critical friends', challenge assumptions (scale, budget, partners), set up a steering committee and hold a brainstorming/planning day for project team.
'Testing Ground' will bring together the public, students and practitioners in a programme of experimental architectural education and activity at Kielder Water & Forest Park.
Working in close partnership with primary and secondary schools across Northumberland and Berwickshire, the Saturday Polish School will deliver continuous language support to minority ethnic children and their parents through providing specialist mainstream classroom support for children, sessions to support parents to understand what work children will be undertaking at each key stage and to acquire techniques to support their children's learning at home, and CPD for teachers and teaching assistants to build their capacity in working with newly arrived young people.
Towards the construction costs of the Kielder Observatory in Northumberland.
Towards the cost of a wind powered turbine and storage tank at Whiteburn Shank in Kidland Forest Northumderland.
Towards the salary of a full-time general manager for this organisation working to benefit disadvantaged communities through the medium of music related and cultural activities.
For the salary of a co-ordinator for the charity in Tynedale, Northumberland, which supports disabled people and towards office costs.
Towards individual support for young people using this project in Northumberland.
To purchase a building to house services for young people in Morpeth and the surrounding area.
Towards the salaries of two part-time staff to deliver a personal development programme for disadvantaged young people on Tyneside.
Towards the salary of the existing office manager for three years.
To continue employing a Centre Manager in Blyth, Northumberland.