The first seven programmes supported through the London Cultural Education Challenge.
Photo credit: Barbican / Sarah Ainslie
What makes a place, and how can children and young people contribute to building it?
(Lead partner; Enable Leisure and Culture - £85,000 over two years)
How can housing associations, local cultural partners and young people work together to address barriers to cultural engagement and broaden young people’s horizons?
(Lead partner; Ovalhouse - £128,600 over three years)
How can creative organisations create a combined force when working with schools?
(Lead partner; The Barbican Centre - £170,000 over three years)
How can a rich, local cultural ecology best support young people’s progression and development?
(Lead partner; Westway Trust - £140,000 over two years)
How can youth settings respond to demand for high quality dance provision, and get young London dancing?
(Lead partner; London Youth - £67,685 over two years)
How can creative activity in early years settings prepare the under 5s for starting school?
(Lead partner; Creative Futures - £50,000 over two years)
How can we ensure young people’s voices are heard in decision making?
(Croydon Music and Arts - £50,000 over two years)