- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 31 Oct 2006
- Latest award date
- 23 May 2016
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
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To develop a programme of community collaboration, inspired by Amber's archive collection.
To work with teachers, employers and students to develop, trial and modify materials to improve students' speaking and listening skills in work experience programmes.
Our Museum - TWAM transition funding 11 Jan 2016
Our Museum transition funding to be divided between salaries, backfilling for Front of House staff engaged in workshops, and a critical friend.
Read Regional 27 Apr 2009
To support an innovative programme of activities and new partnerships to engage North East readers with quality literature events and activities.
Culture Track 07 Jun 2011
Newcastle. To provide young unemployed people with volunteer placements in cultural organisations alongside a structured employment programme.
The implementation of a new traineeship, volunteer and associates programme. Supported by a new part-time post of Volunteer & Training Manager.
We will deliver an innovation programme which uses the arts to engage disadvantaged and marginalised groups in the process of designing better public services.
They will expand and consider franchising their successfully piloted e-mentoring scheme, providing online access to support, training and advice to LGBT young people. Alongside expanding and refining service delivery the charity aims to influence policy, mainstream homeless provision and raise awareness in wider society. Young people will lead the first national conference on LGBT youth homelessness in 2016.
Fenham Association of Residents (FAR) is a leading community organisation in the West End of Newcastle. It works with young people to strengthen community cohesion, help them to overcome the challenges they face and to achieve their goals. This grant will go towards the salary of the Children and Young People’s Lead Worker. This will enable FAR to develop its work with young people further around its priority areas, whilst taking advantage of a newly renovated building. These priorities include: mental health, sexual health, education and training and diversity.
The project will work with sixteen schools to develop skills and confidence in teachers to equip them to lead singing in their schools with children, transforming the learning environment, bringing holistic health and social skills and impacting on the whole curriculum. Once the skills have been embedded the project will provide a range of opportunities to further develop awareness and experience of different styles of delivery and genres by working with a broad range of practitioners. The work will be punctuated with and culminate in collaborative performances music venues in the area.
To develop guidance and supporting materials for students, teachers and employers to improve the quality of students' speaking and listening skills when working with employers.
Working in partnership with CEDETI (a research institute based in Chile) CCE will develop an arts-rich primary curriculum in consultation with teachers. This is part of a longer project exploring whether such a curriculum can help children from poorer backgrounds improve certain functions of the brain, and thus help close the gap with more affluent peers.