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- 16 May 2006
- Latest award date
- 08 Jul 2019
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The Renewal Trust is a community development and regeneration organisation providing targeted and universal support in the St Ann’s and Sneinton areas of Nottingham. Through this grant it will explore its role as a ‘connector’ for arts organisations to work with local people by co-delivering arts projects, commissions and residences in Nottingham’s Creative Quarter.
A grant to Nottingham City Council for Musical Futures Whole Curriculum Approach Transition
Training young people to become youth mentors and to employ them to mentor young people who are at risk or permanently excluded from education.
Panjabi web portal 26 May 2010
To update and modernise current teaching methods and resources used in Punjabi supplementary schools in order to accelerate learning and increase uptake at GCSE
Transition focus (KS1-2 & KS2-3). Peer mentoring (incl. Academy students).
Midlands Arts Laboratories (MAL) 16 Mar 2015
A pilot project that applies across three sites in Stoke-on-Trent, North Derbyshire and North Nottinghamshire the Dutch CAL-XL methodologies to provide new thinking about the impact measurement of cultural activities and how it may inform cultural planning.
Working in partnership with refugee support groups, the project will build on Writing East Midlands existing writers in residence programme ‘Write Here!’. The project will use writer led story-telling and creative writing activities to enable refugees to tell their stories, articulate their identities and provide a platform for their creative self-expression. Delivered through ten two-hourly creative writing sessions over 6 months, supported by a shadow writer with appropriate language skills, new work and public performances will be shared between refugees and participants from host communities.
To explore how artist residences and regular public events, co-created with local people and community organisations, can increase participation and support social change.
Schools of Tomorrow 08 Jul 2019
To embed artist-residencies, programmes of arts-based learning and creative hubs in the curriculums of eight primary schools in Nottingham, and to foster the development of creativity, working through school development priorities.