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The Youth Music Launch Team
Nick Howdle Director of Programmes
Aim of this event Changes to Youth Music`s funding opportunities Rationale YM Network - becoming a user How to apply for a grant Youth Music Programme and the bigger picture
Questions Frequently asked questions WWW.youthmusic.org.uk/fundingfaqs
Youth Music Programme The Youth Music Network The Funding Opportunities Opportunities to raise and hear answers to questions FAQs: www.youthmusic.org.uk/fundingfaqs
Youth Music “We help children and young people with least opportunity discover their creativity and potential through music making”
Challenges Money Evidence the case Isolation and limited resources Who can deliver the very best New opportunities
Youth Music Programme Programmes that are right for children and young people Your organisations specialisms, priorities Create, innovate Better measure and present impact
Youth Music Programme Based on evidence Does not support everything
Youth Music Programme Programme is driven by benefitting children and young people Replaces multiple programmes
Within a bigger picture… Arts Council England (ACE) Achieving Great Art for Everyone
Within a bigger picture… National Plan for Music Education (NPME) Music Education Hubs Core Role Extension Role Majority of Youth Music`s funding supporting activity in Extension role
Youth Music Programme Young Players, Singers and Performers Young Creators, Young Leaders Strengthening the sector
Nick Howdle Director of Programmes. Our grant making principles High quality music making opportunities Supporting progression Understanding the.
Practice sharing. Supporting practice-sharing Youth Music Network Focus on effective practice Funding based on an outcomes approach Grantees asked.
Youth Music as an evidence based organisation. How does music making work? What changes do we achieve through music making? Why do music making? How do.
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The Mighty Creatives East Midlands bridge organisation The young people’s locally based arts and culture programme.
The Lambeth Community Fund – happiness and wellbeing awards Cathy Togher senior programme & relationships manager.
Schools Forum Briefing John Mander, CEO MMF. DfE/ACE Music Education Hubs Background / Latest News The unveiling of a nationwide network of 122 music.
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Current Issues in Sport National Governing Bodies.
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Birmingham’s strategy for the arts, culture & young people.
Plymouth Music Education Hub Schools Music Education Plan Key Objectives 1. Hub undertakes an effective supportive ‘challenging conversation’ with half.
Helen Gresty, Executive Director Innovation Programmes Creating Enterprising Colleges - 01 July 2008 Developing enterprise (& innovation skills!) through.
Engaging with Commissioning Heidi Bellamy Policy Development & Business Manager.
JIM PINCHEN SURREY MUSIC HUB COORDINATOR Hubs and disadvantaged children and young people.
University of Leicester Careers Service Student Engagement Team PR session Sponsorship for Amateur Community Sports Clubs Louise Holland Holland Alexander.
Arts Development UK Conference Symon Easton Culture & Visitor Economy Service Birmingham City Council.
Backing Young Bury Anne Gent - Jobcentre Plus Tracey Flynn – Bury Council.
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Grants for the arts Ockham’s Razor performing Memento Mori Photo: Nik Mackey Date (day/month/year) Presenter’s name and details.
Dr Fiona Cameron, Executive Director, Biological Sciences and Biotechnology Australian Research Council Centres – an overview.
Creating a world class workforce for children, young people and families. Deirdre Quill Director of Delivery.
Music Education Hubs Key recommendation of National Plan for Music Education (2011) Funding for Hubs through Arts Council England replaced previous Music.
Engaging with Commissioning Heidi Bellamy - Director, Culture First Fiona Marriott - Adult Services Manager, Luton Culture.
Modules. Why a modular approach? Funded organisations can build their own coherent programmes from the modules Youth Music can use the evidence it gathers.
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Introducing the Arts Council Plan Laura Dyer Executive Director.
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Collaborations with the Third Sector: Achieving Impact from Research Susan Davidson, PhD Research Adviser Age UK.
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1 NORMA BARRY DIRECTOR COMMUNITIES DIRECTORATE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY FOR WALES.
Alex Coulter Director of Arts & Health South West Regional representative for the National Alliance for Arts, Health and Wellbeing
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Generations Together Duncan Smith, Service Manager, Wakefield Council Lisa Spivey, Generation Xchange Project Manager.
BBC Ten Pieces A project about classical music and creativity Open to every primary school in the country A collaboration between the BBC, music.
Improving the health and wellbeing of the adults, young people and children of Hillingdon Healthwatch Hillingdon Launch Event.
Volunteering “Making an impact in Manchester” Alex Fairweather Greater Manchester Youth Network.
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