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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 18 Jul 2016
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Research for children and young people with mental health needs
Strategic development work to support the national expansion of 'Teens and Toddlers' a teenage pregnancy prevention programme that is also very successful in re-engaging young people with learning.
YDE will deliver strategic interventions, revised national programmes and review the Ten Year Vision for Children and Young People's Dance 2010-2020.
Salmon Express Project 06 May 2014
Building on a previous project to develop new strategies to improve young people's speaking and listening skills in its own centre, Salmon now proposes to train and actively support 5 other youth centres to use this approach. Young people who have experienced the first project will further develop their skills as advocates and trainers.
Jessica Turtle will be using PHF funding to help set up the Museum of Homelessness. Jessica's vision is to create a museum where those who have experienced homelessness are able to curate the untold story of homelessness in the UK. Funding will pay for Jessica's time as project manager, as well as an initial creative learning programme to support homeless people to become museum makers.
Inspiration Days: a new Adventure in Learning 25 Apr 2016
KIT Theatre designs and delivers Adventures in Learning (AIL). These combine digital and live interactions with characters, who are presented as real, and in need of help, thus creating a purposeful context for learning. KIT wants to expand their repertoire of Inspiration Days (a one-day AIL model), establish a regional delivery infrastructure in Birmingham and Manchester and build evidence for the impact of their approach.
FBB Schools - UK programme scaling 18 Jul 2016
PHF support will part-fund the salary of the Head of Delivery to double the reach of the FBB Schools Programme in London and widen FBB’s reach outside London by developing work in Cardiff and Birmingham.
Primary schools project 06 Jun 2006
The project aims to forge a close relationship with the Charlotte Sharman Primary School next door to the company's new studios, as well as brokering relationships with a cluster of primary and secondary schools in partnership with Southwark Education Arts Team.
Core support to help NPC make their online wellbeing survey available to a wide range of organisations that work with children and young people.
Service user involvement 06 Dec 2011
Continuation support for ongoing development of RDA's 'National Service User Forum' and 'Young People's Forum' to secure and strengthen the ability of service users and ex-offenders to influence policy. Building on the national forum work to pilot local service user forums.
Boys Ready for Learning Project 17 Jul 2012
Early intervention programme to target boys in KS 1 who "stand out" and are at risk of underachieving to address behaviour that leads to truancy and/or exclusion
Replicating Ventoring 31 Jul 2014
To develop a comprehensive programme addressing the needs of young men and fathers aged 13 to 25 in the Tri-Borough. Targeting those at-risk and marginalised.
Youth Platform 14 Dec 2015
This programme consists of 45 bi-weekly sessions reaching up to 25 disadvantaged young people in Southwark. These sessions will include 2 annual artist residencies, 2 degree show visits and mentoring opportunities through the University of the Arts. The artist residencies will be selected by Youth Platform participants, in which they help to co-create 2 month-long exhibitions together with a resident artist in 2016 and 2017. This programme will give these young people the tools to become active cultural producers.
E-Mentoring Project 16 May 2007
An e-mentoring programme, created in partnership with NCH for individuals in or leaving care, to enable them to become socially engaged through education and employment.