- Total grants
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- Earliest award date
- 20 Apr 2006
- Latest award date
- 19 Mar 2019
- Total GBP grants
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- Largest GBP award
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Phase two 29 Jun 2010
This funding supports a segment of Music in Detention's continued delivery of work in Immigration Removal Centres, expansion and development of their community exchange work and devolution of delivery to local partnerships.
Hull. The provision of advice, advocacy, support and training for newly arrived migrant individuals and their communities to improve wellbeing, reduce stigma and improve access to mainstream services, including a pilot mentoring scheme for migrant individuals providing outreach support to service users with substance related problems and their families.
Transition costs to enable ICAR to move to Runnymede Trust
Home Language Accreditation Project (HoLA) 19 Jul 2011
A three year project to raise the attainment of bilingual pupils by enabling mainstream and supplementary schools to develop partnerships to support pupils' language learning.
A three-year weaving development programme for local makers, students and amateur weavers, comprising: provision of textiles support, access to equipment at ASF Shetland and training programmes in textiles.
Talk Together will develop their methodology for boosting the attainment of bilingual young people through engaging parents and addressing cultural barriers to educational achievement
Slow Boat 07 Dec 2010
PHF grant will support Ikon Gallery to work in partnership with British Waterways and a group of young people, aged 15 - 19 years old, from Birmingham. Ikon plan to lease a canal boat to be used as a dedicated space for an evolving youth group, the participants will be given the opportunity to collaborate with professional artists and IKON staff and develop a programme of arts activity on the boat and the canal area.
In in-depth study to generate learning and good practice relating to better supporting young people with epilepsy in mainstream schools and ensuring their full inclusion in learning, the curriculum and the wider life of the school.
ARTiculate 17 Feb 2011
An 'active research model' designed for young people with severe learning disabilities to look at developing speaking and listening skills, through directing and being directed in dance.
Train-Up - Future Voices 19 Jul 2011
A one-year pilot to systematically trial a progression route of storytelling-led speaking and listening training and opportunities for young people aged 13-19 in three schools and one community setting across the Midlands.
Red Balloon of the Air virtual learner resource 19 Jul 2011
A two year pilot of a virtual school to enable Red Balloon's exemplary recovery programme for severely bullied (and self-excluding) young people to reach more young people and prove its viability.
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.
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.
Developing and testing a 16-week model of sex and relationships education for 40 young women (13-20) within Islington's Somali community.