- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 24 May 2006
- Latest award date
- 10 Dec 2018
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This grant will fund continued support for teachers in the use of rehearsal-room pedagogy, both in the teaching of Shakespeare and across the wider primary-school curriculum.
Mermaids works with and on behalf of transgender and gender variant children and young people in England, Scotland and Wales. It plans to recruit a Volunteer and Events Manager to expand its volunteer team, develop a peer mentoring scheme, extend delivery and significantly enhance its external profile and influence.
A Cultural Community College 05 Mar 2018
Four year funding will support Slung Low to establish a Cultural Community College at the HUB in Holbeck, Leeds. The college will offer a permanent regular programme of free cultural participation made up of a variety of workshops and courses in a wide range of cultural activities, led by artists and curated by local participants.
City of Sanctuary is a movement to build a culture of hospitality for people seeking sanctuary in the UK. This grant supports the development of joint creative communications content for the Lift the Ban coalition and campaign to give people seeking asylum the right to work.
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.
Structured supplementary provision to enhance the employability and post-16 progression to FE and HE for young people of Pakistani and Kashmiri descent
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.
Asylum Matters 07 Nov 2016
OPEL will bring together two existing advocacy/campaigning projects, Still Human Still Here and Regional Asylum Activism, building on the successes of both. OPEL will be hosted by City of Sanctuary and will take forward the eight advocacy priorities identified at the Sanctuary Summit in November 2014 and endorsed by some 320 organisations. The project will work at local, regional and national levels to secure concrete improvements in both policy and practice towards asylum seekers and refugees.
The Vulture's Song 15 Dec 2017
The Blahs will explore and test an integrated model involving participatory theatre and digital learning to support social, moral, spiritual and cultural learning in six Leeds primary schools. A performance of The Vultures’ Song about the Partition of India, will enable pupils to engage with concepts of homeland, belonging, cultural/faith identity and citizenship.
Developing a Community Arts Academy 15 Dec 2017
Heads Together works with young people in East Leeds using creative opportunities and methods to improve their skills. Through this grant, it will pilot a Community Arts Academy where young artists can receive training, mentoring and take part in real-life participatory projects.
This grant will provide additional support for Opera North as part of the Paul Hamlyn Clubs.
Complementary Saturday classes and parents workshops to raise the learning potential of ethnic minority primary aged children in 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.
Use of facilities at Woodsley Multicultural Community Centre.
Promoting appropriate bilingual support in mainstream settings for children with English as an additional language and engaging family members in supporting this at home and in the classroom.
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.