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- Earliest award date
- 15 Aug 2006
- Latest award date
- 28 Apr 2020
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A Theatre Trip for Every Child 28 Nov 2016
ARC, in partnership with The Albany (Deptford), will explore whether a free ticket scheme for primary aged schoolchildren, which removes the cost barriers for schools and parents, can provide every child with the same early access to the arts, regardless of background. As part of this they will test a new model of fundraising, using philanthropic giving, across both venues as a potentially sustainable means to support an ongoing free ticket scheme.
Hartlepool Young People's Foundation 27 Feb 2017
The Wharton Trust is a charity delivering community support services in Hartlepool, County Durham. This application focuses on the establishment of Hartlepool Young People’s Foundation, which is being led by a consortium of voluntary sector organisations and Hartlepool Borough Council. This grant will fund a 50% contribution to the CEO salary and 50% to the Fundraiser salary. This would support the establishment and initial development of the Foundation, including employing lead staff, building membership and growing sector collaboration. The Foundation will create a stronger combined voice to lobby for a sustained high quality offer for young people in the region.
Action Foundation’s initiative, Learning English Together (LET), will equip churches and other community groups to provide English language support for migrants who face barriers to accessing formal ESOL provision. Action Foundation will develop a social franchise model, providing training, support and resources for small volunteer-run groups to enable them to help migrants and refugees to learn English through practical activities facilitating integration.
Ending Destitution for People Who Migrate 10 Jul 2017
NACCOM seeks to prevent migrant destitution by increasing accommodation provision, and by fostering systemic change. Funding will support the organisation as it develops into a strategic national charity promoting an end to migrant destitution.
Concordia 02 Aug 2017
Concordia aims to increase the confidence of teachers to lead singing with children so that they can successfully transform the learning environment of their schools. This project is distinctive in that it is school-led; the grantee is a primary school whose head teacher has a track record in singing and music and strong local school networks. Teachers and senior leaders from 16 schools across Newcastle are participating in the project.
Primary Source 17 Oct 2017
Amber Film & Photography Collective (Amber) was founded in 1969 with the aim of documenting North East England’s working class communities. Working with 12 primary schools in the North East, Amber will develop a programme of creative engagement in documentary photography and filmmaking. The project aims to increase children’s (and teachers’) digital media/ technology and creative skills, relevant to humanities and STEM areas of the curriculum; to enable pupils to explore digital storytelling; to address intergenerational relationships and community cohesion; and to provide continuing professional development for teachers.
Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018
Youth Focus: North East is a regional youth charity, providing support to the youth sector across the North East, and working directly with young people. This grant will support the organisation to explore options for working differently to provide robust regional infrastructure and support investment in youth services in the North East.
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.
Contribution to growth plans 26 Feb 2018
The Keyfund supports young people who face complex barriers to progression to find their passion and unlock potential. It focuses on helping young people by working in teams to develop their skills and confidence to drive success. This grant will support Keyfund to work towards longer-term sustainability.
Tees Valley Creative Learning Partnership 04 Jun 2018
This initiative aims to develop teachers’ skills and confidence to embed learning through visual arts across the curriculum. This approach will enrich and enhance teaching and give children opportunities to explore creativity. Schools will be matched with artist practitioners who will work in depth with teachers over a sustained period to develop practical skills and to improve confidence. In the longer term, the partnership seeks to develop a scalable model for visual arts continuing professional development, to benefit teachers across their Teaching School Alliance.
North East Together Collaboration 13 Aug 2018
Meadow Well Connected is a community hub based in North Shields, Tyneside that aims to provide a safe, welcoming place where local residents can meet new people, make new friends and learn new skills to help their community thrive. This grant will support the North East Collaboration Working Group in the design, development and delivery of a conference to promote cross sector collaboration across the North East.
The Forge, a participatory arts commissioning and producing agency and Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation, will partner with seven schools, two of which are special educational needs and disabilities settings. This project will develop teachers’ knowledge, skills and experience in using photography to support children’s progress in creative writing.
Parachute Project 27 Mar 2007
The Parachute Project will work with local RCOs and other refugee organisations to deliver a programme of creative activities to young people from the refugee and asylum seeking community.
Alternative Curriculum Programme 07 Sep 2007
The project is to deliver 10 week alternative curriulum programmes to excluded pupils and support them back into main stream education.
Campaign Trail 17 Mar 2009
A three-year project to help young parents use new media to campaign on issues important in their lives. The project will work through organisations across the UK enabling young people to find creative ways to influence policy, practice and public attitudes in their local communities. Partner organisations will improve their understanding and capability to use new media as a tool of social change.