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ScottishPower Foundation 2019 Arts, Heritage, Culture & Science Projects

Arts, Heritage, Culture & Science Projects

National Museums Scotland

Powering Forward 2019-2020

The 'Powering Forward 2019-2020' project will develop a travelling schools classroom exhibition that encourages engagement with contemporary science and develops curiosity and critical thinking skills. This travelling showcase for primary schools will bring contemporary science to local communities. The Powering Up outreach programme will be extended to Secondary schools. Based on the current Get Energised model, it will offer a programme for Secondary schools that engages pupils with Scotland’s renewable energy and broader engineering industries at a critical decision point in their education.

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Made in Corby

Connect

Working with Seagrave House, Glenmoor House and Swan Gardens sheltered housing, the 'Connect' project provides an opportunity for older people to come together, share experiences and celebrate their creativity and contribution to Corby. Professional artists and facilitators will deliver practical arts workshops and health and wellbeing sessions over a 12 month period, leading to an event at The Core at Corby Cube in March 2020, which will be a two-day celebration of the participants' experiences and achievements over the programme.

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Community First

Listen to Us

‘Listen To Us’ is a programme of musical development for Young Carers in Wiltshire. Working in partnership with Bath Philharmonia, this project will create a journey of musical opportunity for young people aged 7-18 who have significant caring responsibilities for a parent or family member. It will offer two intensive music making workshop phases, where a group of 25 Young Carers each time will work together with Bath Philharmonia musicians and their conductor and trained animateur, to discover, develop and create a unique piece of music that gives them a voice and tells their story. This is equivalent to a full year of music lessons, and will culminate in three live performances of the piece at prominent music venues in the region as part of the prestigious annual Bath Music Festival, and at a prominent fundraising event held in 2019. In addition a group of 10 young people will be trained in community organising technics.

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United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Reduced Inequalities United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Quality Education United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Good Health and well-being United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: No Poverty
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