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Play scheme children with learning disabilities
Summer play scheme for children with severe learning disabilities. This year will provide an opportunity for 3 'graduates' to return as volunteer helpers.
12-week photography course
Towards a 12-week photography project for disadvantaged groups in the West of Edinburgh
arts outreach project for social excluded groups
For an arts and drama outreach project for social excluded groups in Glasgow.
Donation to general funds
Donation to general funds.
The Glasgow Science Centre: ReDiscover
A ReDiscover grant to fund the upgrading of the Science Show Theatre and the creation of Enviroscan, which includes an Auto Weather Station linked to schools and educational projects, a Climate Change Theatre and the Clyde Monitoring Exhibit which collects and feeds back data on the River Clyde.
Transfer of ML010060871
This project will allow the organisation to expand on their basic existing service offering information, advice and support for women and their children who experience domestic abuse within Orkney isles. This two-year grant will fund employment of a new part-time Administrative Worker, rent, general running expenses and office equipment.
To employ a Co-Ordinator
This project is to enable the organisation to develop its home-visiting service by working in a new geographical area, which will provide emotional support, friendship and practical help to families experiencing difficulties in the South East Angus area.
Cross Roads (Dunfermline)
The project will provide respite care to families with children suffering from physical and mental disabilities. It will enable an additional 10 families to access this service and receive approximately 5 hours of care and support every four weeks.
Ladywell Interactive Water Play Area
The project is the creation of a public, open access water play area to maximise play and learning opportunities. The project addresses the priority of outdoor play. It is based in an existing play area in Bannockburn in Stirling.
The project will use its grant to equip the playgroup on their new premises.
Glen Family Centre Sensory Environment
The project involves the development of an existing nursery outdoor play area in East Renfrewshire. As a high proportion of children who go to the nursery have additional support needs, the project will create a sensory environment in the outdoor play area.
Bluebird Family Centre (29)
The project will create a crÃ¨che facility for children aged 0 -5 years old by providing qualified childcare staff. This will offer parents the opportunity to access educational courses, health groups and other classes.
Special Needs Workforce Training Scheme
This project will help to develop staff employed to support children with special needs. Parents and volunteers will also be able to participate in the programmes.
Specialist Skills Development for Early Years Staff. (50)
The grant will be used to commission training to enhance and improve the skill level of childcare staff working in family centres and outreach services across Falkirk. Identified courses include core parenting skills, engaging with fathers, promoting mental wellbeing and working with families affected by drug/alcohol misuse.
Inclusive Childminding in East Dunbartonshire
The project will raise awareness of special needs childcare provision among East Dunbartonshire childminders by developing a training programme to equip them with the skills to offer a greater choice of quality childcare for special needs children. The project addresses the programme priorities of workforce development and supporting children with special needs.
Keeping Children Safe
This project will employ a Child Protection Training Officer who will work directly with voluntary agencies, groups and individuals throughout Highland. A range of training, guidance and advice will be offered to ensure that child protection standards are raised. It is anticipated that the expertise, knowledge and skills will be retained and cascaded on a continual basis.
The project will enable the organisation to continue to run a 10 place crÃ¨che used by disadvantaged women attending training sessions. It will also improve the provision by working in partnership with various agencies to promote physical stimulation, music therapy, soft play, storytelling and other innovative initiatives.
The project intends to identify, support and pay for 6 existing registered childminders to retain 1 day a week specifically for a child with special needs. This will offer respite and/or childcare to families with children with additional support needs. It will also set up a support group/drop in service to provide an informal forum for parents with a toy library for families to access.
Inverclyde Out of School Care Network
The project will provide tutors to teach skills in art, crafts, music and sport to both children and staff in out of school hours and holiday childcare facilities in Inverclyde.
Childcare Plus Project (45)
The project will address the issue of workforce development in the Highlands. It will provide training for childminders and create a pool of registered, fully trained childminders to support children/families affected by disability and to offer support for parents/carers who work 'unsociable' hours and respite care for children.