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- Earliest award date
- 15 Aug 2006
- Latest award date
- 06 Dec 2018
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Arts-Based Learning in Lancashire Schools 14 May 2018
Hackney Music Development Trust (HMDT Music) will support six primary schools in Lancashire to integrate the arts across the curriculum through musical theatre. The programme aims to increase teachers’ skills and confidence to use the arts in the classroom by delivering a structured programme of continuing professional development and by building an online resource bank.
Film for Learning 06 Dec 2018
Through this grant Film Nation aims to develop and embed arts-based learning through film in literacy and other areas of the curriculum in primary schools in Bradford, Bristol and Belfast, by developing and delivering teacher continuing professional development and learning.
Learning Together 14 Jul 2008
Esforal is proposing to develop and run a three year project of intergenerational learning which would address underachievement by children in the Latin American community in London, through developing parental/ carer/grandparental awareness of how to support children's learning.
To encourage and support some Asian mother-tongue schools of London to use the Asset Languages scheme of assessment developed by OCR.
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.
Schools in Partnership Project 13 Oct 2010
To achieve a step change in the nature of partnership working between mainstream and supplementary schools to improve pupil outcomes and influence local policy for the benefit of supplementary schools.
Train the Trainers 01 Nov 2010
To train sixteen workshop leaders to deliver courses that support a wide range of organisations to devise high quality Big Draw and other drawing activities.
The Gypsy Traveller Achievement Project 19 Jul 2011
This is an intervention programme for families to work together to overcome negative issues which impact on their ability to live a more rewarding life.
HMDT Jazz 23 Apr 2012
A unique jazz programme headed by Julian Joseph, to develop opera, dance and instrumental projects for young people, inspired by the historical roots of jazz.
The Julian Joseph Jazz Academy 29 Jan 2014
The next stage of supporting a unique jazz programme headed by Julian Joseph, which develops opera, dance and instrumental projects for young people, inspired by the historical roots of jazz.
One Spirit 28 Jan 2015
There is little support for young offenders when they are considered as adults by the Prison Service at the age of 19. Reoffending rates are high with 65% likely to reoffend. The Hackney Music Development Trust delivers One Spirit – a combined pastoral, educational and creative programme working with young men in prisons. The grant will fund the delivery of the programme to young adult men in Feltham Young Offending Institution and Pentonville prison in London. The work aims to develop the confidence and skills of young men, helping them to work towards employment opportunities and reduce the risk of reoffending.
Heat and Eat! 15 Jul 2015
Enfield has high poverty figures - 37% of children in the borough live in poverty, and over 10,000 households face fuel poverty. There can be a stark choice between heating your home or buying food. This grant to Enfield Citizens Advice Bureau will enable it to help local people to manage and maximize their income; by partnering a foodbank and a group tackling fuel-povery, this project will ensure that vulnerable people can meet their essential needs.The grant will fund a Benefits & Debt Advisor and the costs of household Energy Assessors. The project seeks to identify factors exacerbating poverty - such as sanctions, unaffordable debt and high fuel tariffs - and to help remove them.
Funding the Future 30 Nov 2016
It's Your Choice' runs support services for young people aged 12-25 years old who live in the New Forest. It has a base in Totton, but reaches young people in villages and rural areas by operating outreach hubs across the Forest. It offers what it calls an 'open door' for young people in need; this includes a counselling service, a drop-in for young people who are homeless, support for young people in debt, and work around drug and alcohol misuse. Every year it supports hundreds of young people who find themselves in crisis, needing free and impartial help. The grant will contribute to two staff roles who will help to fundraise for these vital services, through community fundraising, social media and links with grant-making trusts.
Enfield CAB Sustainability Fund 25 Jul 2018
“We have already taken our first baby steps towards achieving income from sources other than grants and improving our financial stability. In mid-April this year, we opened the first CAB charity shop in the UK. This is a pilot for the entire CAB service to see whether our brand translates well to retail, in terms of attracting donations, volunteers and shoppers alike” This funding support them to build upon this initial work, primarily by opening an online shop, a second physical shop to further increase sustainability and to document and share learning with other CABs of the viability. Crucially they will also aim for the shop to be “more than just a vehicle to increase income” an
Hackney Music Development Trust will trial a new model of working with schools using performance arts, and assist staff at Queen Eleanor Primary school to develop arts based teaching and learning activities.