- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 18 Jul 2016
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Education Director post and project support 16 Jul 2007
The English Folk Dancing and Song Society is seeking 3 year support to appoint an experienced Education Director to establish an Education and Learning Programme and develop projects
organisational and programme development 24 Jun 2008
A three-year grant to support the Artistic Management Team in order for it to focus on new areas of work. In particular DU aims to continue and expand its 'Academy' dance training model to work across divided communities, working in particular with the Asian community in Bradford and with 'warring factions' in the East End of London. In addition, the company intends that its studios become a dance hub for all young people in Yorkshire, providing opportunities for its targeted beneficiaries to mix with others. r.
The Learning & Performance Network (LPN) 16 Dec 2008
Supporting an ambitious national pilot to change the way teachers and artists teach Shakespeare in school; building on the 'Stand Up for Shakespeare Manifesto.'
Groundwork and partnership development 17 Mar 2009
Three strands of work: Groundwork and partnership development, Local Authority Membership packages, and poetry provision for trainee teachers over three to four years.
Feasibility study 09 Jun 2010
Research and feasibility study to explore how Get the Message', an artist-led programme working with young people with learning difficulties, can be developed and extended.
Evaluating the 'INCLUSIVE' Project 17 Feb 2011
Pilot randomised controlled study of the INCLUSIVE intervention. INCLUSIVE improves the school environment, institutes restorative justice approaches and delivers a social and emotional skills curriculum.
Piloting the Child-to-Child participatory approach in school to help empower and integrate refugee and asylum seeking young people.
Research to explore the scope for, and implications of, volunteering by young ex-prisoners, with a view to creating practical, evidence-based guidance and policy recommendations.
New Music Plus... 06 Feb 2012
A continuation grant to support a further cohort of independent producers and arts organisations, encouraging innovative approaches to music programming and audience engagement throughout the UK.
Core Funding 06 Dec 2011
Core funding for three years to enable Dance United's Artistic Management Team to continue to develop and deliver its award winning programmes for disadvantaged and hard to reach young people
The Aspire Programme 05 Nov 2012
A professional structured development programme for emerging English Folk Music artists, to include an annual development conference, one to one mentoring, residential bursaries and professional support.
Deaf theatre regional pilot project 27 Oct 2014
A pilot programme of outreach, workshops and residential summer camp for deaf young people and children that encourages participation from outside London.
Support to develop Garage Sale Trail in the UK, a project bringing communities together and encouraging the re-use of unwanted goods. 23 Nov 2015
Garage Sale Trail creates a platform to bring together communities to re-use unwanted goods, fundraise and make new connections through holding hundreds of garage sales on one day. The idea originated in Australia and is being piloted in the UK by the Garage Sale Trail Foundation UK, led by Andrew Dick who has over a decade’s experience in the non profit sector. PHF funding will supporting the on-going development of the project, building on a successful pilot in 2015.
New Music Biennial 15 Mar 2016
Support to embed the New Music Biennial 2017 in a deeper and more durable way in Hull, adding composer residencies to their usual Biennial delivery model and developing a tailor-made listening scheme to offer new experiences and skills to local communities and schools.
Foyer Federation plans to develop, test and roll out a refreshed model for UK-wide foyers, which will embed the 'advantaged thinking' strengths-based approach to working with young people across its 100-strong member network. The work includes creating and piloting a foyer 'developers' guide', a new accreditation framework, a business model and review of the international literature around advantaged thinking. Foyer Feneration is seeking core support for its work.
To develop and deliver an accredited Professional Diploma in non-Western peforming arts targeted ta BME students .
Opening the Library's collections to interpretation/curation by young people (including those who are not in education, employment or training) via supported activities, developing skills, enhancing confidence and team-working.