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- Earliest award date
- 24 May 2006
- Latest award date
- 11 Jul 2016
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The Tetley will provide ongoing, in-depth arts programming to young people who have previously had limited opportunities to engage in extra-curricular creative activities. They will get regular access to a significant contemporary art venue, where they will be working alongside professional artists, and be given opportunities to consider further education or careers within the arts and creative industries.
Renovating 20 derelict properties to provide homeless people wth safe, decent homes. Training 120 disadvantaged volunteers in construction skills, improve their life skills, employability, integration.
Complementary Saturday classes and parents workshops to raise the learning potential of ethnic minority primary aged children in Bradford.
Structured supplementary provision to enhance the employability and post-16 progression to FE and HE for young people of Pakistani and Kashmiri descent
An interactive collage of personal stories and music (website and live performances), created within the Leeds inner-city community of Little London, celebrating its diverse cultures.
Rugby League World Cup Dance Programme 15 Jul 2013
A high quality programme of community and professional dance activity within the RLWC2013 Tournament and subsequent season comprising workshops, community performances and dance leader development.
Two years' core funding to strengthen the stability and sustainability of the organisation, expand services and share good practice 19 Oct 2015
The charity plans to strengthen its stability and sustainability through core funding for key posts, as well as further developing income generation and relationships with key businesses. This will enable it to expand its services in Leeds to reach new groups of young women, build new partnerships to expand its offer geographically across the city and share good practice with other organisations locally and nationally.
The project will provide weekly after-school dance classes, performances and opportunities to participate in more intensive programmes for around 80 - 120 boys aged 8 - 19 from diverse backgrounds across Leeds and Bradford.
Complementary Education Project 12 May 2008
To raise the educational aspirations and achievements of local children aged 5-18 years from all ethnic backgrounds through supplementary education.
Community Skills for Homes 07 Nov 2012
Building the capacity and potential reach of a volunteering and community-based social housing renovation programme, which provides disadvantaged individuals with skills, supports them towards employment, and benefits local communities
Supporter To Reporter For Success 26 Mar 2013
'Supporter To Reporter For Success' will support 1,280 11-16 year olds to develop their speaking and listening skills through becoming sports reporters. Participants will progress through a structured skills framework, going on to apply what they have learned at high profile sports events and access 'career tasters' offered by media partners including the BBC and Sky. DigitalMe and partners The For Success Foundation will pilot flexible resources to be shared with Playing for Success clubs and schools nationwide.
This programme uses rehearsal room approaches and theatre making to teach Shakespeare in the primary school, and examines how this process can develop teachers' skill, confidence and ambition, and in turn impact on children's language and literacy. We will use reflective practice and action research to encourage teachers to consider how to apply their new-found approaches across their school's curriculum. The research will focus on identifying the approaches and processes that make teachers' professional development in these areas most effective, and how an action research informed approach can effectively support this.