- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 13 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
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HOME: Multi-sensory theatre for people with PMLD 28 Jun 2017
Multi-sensory theatre shows specifically tailored to the needs of people with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) perform 7 immersive accessible shows at The Pleasance during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, to allow this audience group the chance to access community arts just like a mainstream audience.
Learning through puppetry 07 Aug 2018
Young People’s Puppet Theatre (YPPT) offers year-long creative puppetry workshops to schools. Through this grant, YPPT will work with Year 6 pupils in four primary schools in Watford and Cambridge to enable them to design and make puppets and create shows for parents, their school and local community. YPPT will evaluate the projects’ impact on young people’s wellbeing, confidence, resilience, communication and collaboration skills, and engagement with learning.
Queen's Park Cultural Capital Project 13 Mar 2019
Bedford Creative Arts is a contemporary arts charity dedicated to commissioning high quality art with communities and working with artists to explore new developments in socially engaged art practice. This grant will support Bedford Creative Arts to expand a successful pilot approach of co-creation with residents across a larger geographic area, test different methods of engagement, share skills and knowledge with key partners and develop a deeper understanding of the work's social impact.
Supporting the development and implementation of an education and participation programme 16 Jul 2007
Building on the strong education presence firstsite developed over the last few years in Colchester, the team - with the help of Toby Jackson - is developing a new vision for the participation programme ready for the opening of the new building in the autumn 08.
Newly Arrived Voices 09 Jul 2008
Newly Arrived Voices is a one year project in Great Yarmouth that aims to support newly arrived young people, and young people from the host community, to integrate in school and community life via the development and delivery of training materials and workshops. The project will help tackle a lack of cultural awareness and the potential for misunderstandings and biases which can have a long-term negative effect on young people, particularly 'new arrivals'.
Alternatives to custody programme 18 Mar 2008
Research into alternatives to custody and the re-integration and/or resettlement of those who have alienated themselves from society through criminal or anti-social behaviour.
This 9 month pilot project follows a feasibility study and support from the Innovation Unit who see the model as potential 'Next Practice'. 10 schools and 50 students will participate in testing out a new model of provision that gives each young person a programme encompassing school-based lessons of their choice, work- and community-based learning and online learning. The Inclusion Trust hope to prove a model that can then be applied across England.
Catch Up Traveller Education Pilot 06 Oct 2008
Training deliverers within Traveller centres to pilot and monitor the use of Catch Up Literacy and Catch Up Numeracy which are both evidence based interventions.
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.
Additional Breakthrough Fund allocation to consolidate the 'Happiness in Heritage and Arts' grant awarded in 2009. 01 Nov 2010
A grant to Museum of East Anglian Life - Additional Breakthrough Fund allocation to consolidate the 'Happiness in Heritage and Arts' grant awarded in 2009.
TicTac (Theatre Is Chance To Activate Change) 07 Jun 2011
The creation of a permanent acting company for recovering Class A drug addicts, as part of a wider package of support and treatment, providing a vehicle of education and change for individuals, organizations and policy.
Work the Change 16 Jul 2013
Training young people (aged 16-19) and school staff to work with targeted groups of young people in Years 10 and 11 who show signs of disengaging with academic study and who are at-risk of becoming NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training). Building these students' employability skills and understanding of the full range of post-16 options through workshops and follow on coaching, improving confidence and communication skills.
Resettlement Radio 16 Mar 2015
Accredited radio training with offenders in prison, followed by one-to-one support and placements at Future Radio 107.8fm to facilitate move back into mainstream society.
Funding for 3 new-in-post Scottish MS Specialist Nurses so that they may attend our Development Module in October 2016: 1) Pauline McDonald, MS Specialist Nurse, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow; 2) Lynda Kearney, MS Specialist Nurse, Victoria Hospital, Kirkaldy, Fife; 3) Yvette Gordon, MS Specialist Nurse, Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Stirlingshire.
To establish a fully funded PhD studentship Refugee and Migration Studies, in memory of the late Jo Cox after whom the studentship will be named.