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School of Everything »

Committed

Bringing informal adult learners, teachers, groups, venues and events together through an innovative national online resource.

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Owner:
Luke Harvey

NorthLincs.TV »

Committed

A videocasting website improving communication and engagement to communities and businesses across North Lincolnshire.

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Owner:
Luke Harvey

A Healthy Way to Learn IT »

In Progress

Development of bespoke software to raise awareness of Diabetes & teach pre-entry level English & ICT skills with Bangladeshi & Pakistani communities.

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Owner:
Luke Harvey

e-Mentoring »

In Progress

e-Mentoring has been developed for Children in Care to provide them with secure internet based access to independent mentors offering emotional support, access to life skill tools, & resources such as activities, self serve information and guidance.

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Owner:
Luke Harvey

Credit Crunch Workshops »

In Progress

Community based taster sessions developed and offered in partnership with regional BBC. The programme combines Financial Literacy with developing new user IT skills.

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Owner:
Luke Harvey

Intergenerational Learning »

In Progress

To test the effectiveness of using digital technology as a tool to encourage greater social engagement and interaction between young (under 21) and old (55+).

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Owner:
Luke Harvey

Offscreen Expedition »

In Progress

In 2010 12 young people from Pakistan and the Middle East were invited on an expedition to the UK, as part of an educational exchange programme. The expedition took place around the UK, in order to teach the participants about British Culture, through art based learning.

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Owner:
Luke Harvey

Be SHARP, think SHARP »

Delivered

The innovation is to disseminate a presentation, Be SHARP - Think SHARP, on knife crime to school children aged between 11-18 years across the county’s 121 Secondary schools (plus Pupil Referral Units & Colleges). This has covered 51,000 children to date.

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Owner:
Luke Harvey
Tags:
education, knife crime, schools

reAct at Halton Access to Media »

Delivered

Halton Access to Media (HAM) provides free media training to young people aged 12-18 from Runcorn and Widnes

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Owner:
Cath Bore
Tags:
training, youth, media