- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 08 Feb 2011
- Latest award date
- 22 Dec 2011
- Total GBP grants
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A pilot training programme for schools in which radio production and editing techniques are used within the National Curriculum to develop speaking and listening skills.
To produce a dynamic, multi-media, cross-curricular educational resource that explores young people's own understanding of and stories about conflict and reconciliation.
Centrepoint Youth Educators' Project in the North East A peer educator's project, based in Northumbria, which trains and supports ex-offenders and young parents to deliver homelessness prevention programmes to vulnerable young people in schools and custody and service deliverers. Centrepoint wish to expand the project in order to engage a wider group of marginalised young people including young mothers and mothers to be.
Stay on Track 19 Jul 2011
Supplementary schools generally use traditional, didactic teaching methodology, often because the teachers were trained and qualified in the 'home' country. SSLC wishes to adopt a more mainstream UK approach using activity-based learning driven by the pupils.
Journeys of discovery 26 Oct 2011
Journeys of Discovery: Improving Russian language teaching/learning by linking three supplementary schools with a mainstream primary and secondary school.
Evaluating the 'INCLUSIVE' Project 17 Feb 2011
Pilot randomised controlled study of the INCLUSIVE intervention. INCLUSIVE improves the school environment, institutes restorative justice approaches and delivers a social and emotional skills curriculum.
To develop a new strategy to recruit, train and retain a large and skilled volunteer force to represent and support more than 200,000 non-professional musicians across the UK.
Developing and testing a 16-week model of sex and relationships education for 40 young women (13-20) within Islington's Somali community.
Learning Matters Phase Two 07 Jun 2011
UK wide. Core funding to enable PET to extend its Learning Matters project into a second three year phase. Through the formation of a Prisoner Learning Alliance, PET will advocate for improved provision for prisoner learning
National Art & Design Saturday Club 08 Feb 2011
To underpin the establishment a free National Art & Design Saturday Club for young people across the country at their local college or university, building on an existing pilot .
Skylines 11 Apr 2011
Development of a National Playwriting Network and skills provision for playwrights, promoting the artistic potential of work for young audiences in the wider writing community.
Opening the Library's collections to interpretation/curation by young people (including those who are not in education, employment or training) via supported activities, developing skills, enhancing confidence and team-working.
Positive Pathways Education Programme 27 Jul 2011
England wide. Gender specific, holistic support, skills development, accredited training and progression into emplyment for girls and women offenders and those at risk of offending, onsite and in prisons
Action to Bring About Change 27 Jul 2011
London. Young refugees will be supported to explore the issues that affect them and take action to make change by engaging creatively with service providers, policy makers & public.
World Stages London - Babel 11 Apr 2011
Core support towards a spectacular outdoor show based on the Babel story, developed through participatory projects across London - developed by four of the seven partners in World Stages London with outdoors events producer WildWorks.
In support of an initiative to increase homeless people's access to arts activities by increasing homelessness agencies' capacity to deliver and build partnerships with arts organisations.
SKN Project 02 Nov 2011
Piloting a replicable media training project within a South London Youth Centre, focusing on developing young people's speaking and listening skills. Participants will lead development of the centre's own communications strategy and be offered work experience opportunities in the wider sector