- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 08 Jan 2014
- Latest award date
- 19 Dec 2014
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
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Youth Listening to Youth 25 Mar 2014
Train and support NEET young people to develop their communication and conflict resolution skills and provide peer support to other young people at risk of exclusion in local schools.
Working with 7 partner schools over 3 years, this peer education project will use real life contact with communities divided by difference to develop speaking and listening skills and prepare young people for a global society.
To develop a programme of community collaboration, inspired by Amber's archive collection.
Research into the outcomes of young people growing up in kinship care in England through the transition to adulthood
The 'Crafting Confidence' Programme 08 Jul 2014
The Crafting Confidence Programme plans to increase the communication skills and aspirations of young people through an integrated approach involving schools, youth and community organisations.
National Theatre Wales TEAM 25 Mar 2014
Develop our model of local community leadership in partnership with TEAM members. Deepening it within the organisation, expanding the network and sharing the model internationally.
A mapping exercise examining current professional development programmes and member initiatives within UK and international arts and cultural organisations, to form a published case study.
EmploymentFM 23 Sep 2014
EmploymentFM is a national consortium project to enable the community radio sector and partners to better deliver employability training to 16-19 year-olds in various settings.
Core funding to scale-up an ensemble in repertory producing model into order to produce multiple shows for each age range.
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.
Core support to enable the organisation to reach the next stage in its growth, strengthen key business and financial management processes and update its strategy to achieve sustainable growth.
To work with schools, pupils and parents to encourage, support and achieve a successful transition from primary school to secondary school. Reduce truancy and exclusion.
Secondary Age Progression Tool 15 Jul 2014
Secondary Age Progression Tools: funding to enable the development and dissemination of a suite of tools, targeted at secondary schools, to help staff to understand the typical level of speech, language and communication skills for particular age groups, to assess individual students' skills levels and needs, and to track progression of these skills over time or following particular interventions.
The RSA is running a series of investigations to explore the implications of key education policies in England and across the UK and to propose new ideas for policy and practice in response to their findings. PHF is supporting an investigation into lifetime outcomes for BME young people.