Projects

PROJECT 1 – Building Resilience in Disadvantaged Children and Young People Through Musical Opportunities.  

Building resilience through Musical Opportunities

Our aim is to fund approximately 750 music sessions for 50 children and young people each year, which is on average £200 per year per child. This will include up to £500 of musical equipment for children and young people to enable them to take part in musical activities.

Find out more about how our music projects are helping to build resilience in children and young people facing severe disadvantage.

 

 

PROJECT 2 – Building Resilience In Disadvantaged Children and Young People Through Sporting Activities. 

Promoting resilience through sport

Our aim is to fund approximately 1400 sports sessions, for over 100 children and young people, in over 25 different sporting disciplines, to include up to £500 of sporting equipment to enable children and young people to take part in sport.

Find out more about how our sporting project is helping build resilience in children and young people facing severe disadvantage.

 

 

PROJECT 3 – Building Resilience in Disadvantaged Children and Young People Through Arts Opportunities.

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In 2013 we funded: 283 sessions in the arts, for 27 children and young people, for 7 different arts activities, at a total cost of £2528. This equated to an average of £93 per year per child. 

Find out more about how our arts project is helping build resilience in children and young people facing severe disadvantage. 

 

 

PROJECT 4 – Building Resilience in Disadvantaged Children and Young People Through Recreational Activities.

Creating positive childhood experiences In the year ending March 2016 STAR continued to fund over 200 recreational and group activities and over 160 individuals were given support and funding to commence activities.

Find out more about how our recreation project is helping build resilience in children and young people facing severe disadvantage.

 

 

 

PROJECT 5 – Building Resilience in Disadvantaged Children and Young People Through Group Activities.

Screen Shot 2013-11-28 at 17.53.29Our project aims to provide positive childhood experiences for children and young people facing severe disadvantage. The work of Professor Michael Rutter on resilience, John Bowlby on attachment, and the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience and child development have shown the influence positive childhood experiences can have on the development of the brain, mental and physical wellbeing, and resilience in the face of disadvantage.

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