Creativity, arts, and culture │ Impact

Fostering creativity will not just increase a child’s chances of becoming the next Picasso. It helps them to develop mentally, socially, and emotionally. Creating art can also boost young people’s ability to analyse and problem-solve. Engaging in cultural activities whether it be visits to art galleries or exploring your community’s cultural history has the power to inform and inspire and help develop a sense of their identity and beliefs.

Grant programme examples: Music, art or drama experiences, art competitions, poetry competitions etc

Case Studies

Artsmark Gold Award │ Case Studies

Year funded:

2019/2020

Academy/Organisation:

Ormiston Sandwell Community Academy

Area of Focus:

Creativity, arts and culture

Total amount funded to support various projects:

£2000

Beneficiaries:

80 young people

Royal Shakespeare Associate School Programme │ Case Studies

Year funded:

2019/2020

Academy/Organisation:

Ormiston Sudbury Academy

Area of Focus:

Creativity, arts and culture

Total amount funded to support various projects:

£3000

Beneficiaries:

50 young people

BOAT Show Recording │ Case Studies

Year funded:

2019/2020

Academy/Organisation:

Birmingham Ormiston Academy

Area of Focus:

Creativity, arts and culture

Total amount funded to support various projects:

£20000

Beneficiaries:

50 young people