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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 10 Jun 2020
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Raising the Barre 17 Oct 2016
DanceEast wants to explore whether it can maintain quality (via specialist dance artist input) in blended learning models (those that combine digital and face-to-face delivery) for primary schools. It wants to test which elements are practical and their impact on children’s progression in dance, teachers’ confidence and dance’s place within the curriculum. DanceEast will work with the Northgate Pyramid – a consortium of 7 primaries that feeds Northgate High School in Ipswich.
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.
Youth at Risk 27 Feb 2017
Youth at Risk is a national charity working to create lasting transformation for young people and the adults and communities around them through a rigorous, strengths-based coaching model. Funding will support delivery of community based programmes and training to professionals to transform individuals, organisations and systems.
Pop Up want to change both the writing culture in their partner schools and children’s attitudes towards writing, by motivating them to write for enjoyment. Over three years, they want to deepen their relationships with 33 schools in four geographical clusters in England and establish two new clusters in Wales (in partnership with Literature Wales), all in areas of socio-economic deprivation. They want to deliver better, deeper continuing professional development and learning (CPDL) for teachers alongside an improved online presence and resources. They also want to evaluate this work in order to share learning across the sector and raise awareness of the importance of writing for pleasure at policy level.
Noise Solution delivers music mentoring programmes with young people facing challenging circumstances. This grant will fund co-ordinators to increase and embed delivery in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, whilst testing a model of growth.
MAP supports 11-25 year olds across Norfolk to make a successful transition to adulthood, through advice, counselling and youth work. This grant will provide core funding alongside an annual package of support towards organisational innovation, development and growth. Investment will achieve youth driven and led growth in service delivery and influence.
Cambridgeshire Culture Card Feasibility 27 Mar 2018
This grant will contribute to the feasibility phase of the Cambridgeshire Culture Card. This programme intends to provide children and young people with a mechanism to access cultural opportunities, track their participation and monitor outcomes.
This programme will test a joined-up approach to delivering community engagement by the four arts partners involved in Yorkshire Sculpture International (Henry Moore Foundation, Leeds Art Gallery, The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire Sculpture Park). The initiative will explore different strategies to engaging migrant communities, working with local support services. It aims to create sustainable relationships between these groups and the partners’ core programmes.
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.
Active learning in and through the Arts 10 Sep 2018
This programme will develop a continuing professional development programme in arts-based learning for teachers and leaders from schools in the Active Learning Multi-Academy Trust, aiming to reduce barriers to learning for pupils experiencing disadvantage Artist practitioners from DanceEast and other arts organisations in the East of England will provide peer support, mentoring and coaching for teachers, to enhance approaches to planning, pedagogy and evaluation. Sidegate Primary School will establish a network of co-learners including pupils, teachers, artist practitioners and school leaders, creating a sustainable legacy of long-term inquiry across the Active Learning Trust.
Snape Maltings Creative Campus 06 Dec 2018
An international performance venue with artist development and education at heart, Snape Maltings aims to bring the benefits of music to all. This grant will support Snape’s vision to establish a Creative Campus - a national centre for music, health and wellbeing.
Act One 17 Dec 2018
Access Technology Scotland aims to widen access to high quality digital skills education, training and facilities, particularly amongst groups experiencing disadvantage. Through this project, the organisation will work with three primary schools in North Ayrshire to deliver a music with technology project and evaluate the effectiveness of this approach.
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.
Targeting school readiness through musicianship 13 Mar 2019
Attain Academy Partnership, on behalf of the Chelmsford Teaching Schools Alliance, will lead this project, working with Essex Music Services and London Music Masters. Teachers will be supported to embed music-based approaches to learning, based on the Kodály method, across the Early Years and Foundation Stage curriculum, extending into Keystage 1 in the second year. The initiative aims to improve school readiness amongst pupils and to foster personal, social, communications, and language development.
Three artists will work in residence at Wysing Arts Centre with Traveller communities to produce sustainable arts projects to challenge the negative stereotypes which surround the Traveller communities.
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.