Round One - 2020/21
Below you’ll find an overview of the projects – we would urge you to read the evaluation report and case studies to learn from the successes and challenges of the Round One projects.
Our Round One Projects
In Autumn 2020, funding was granted to the following organisations to deliver and explore the use of digital in their programmes:
- Cambridge Junction tested how they could deliver virtual Creative Industry Days for secondary school students, enabling young people to meet industry professionals and engage in interactive workshops. Contact Beth Bailey for more information.
- Fitzwilliam Museum developed and tested a new blended learning offer for local secondary schools in collaboration with teachers in Art and Design, History and Modern Languages. Contact Kate Noble for more information.
- New International Encounter theatre company explored if there are particular benefits that digital practice brings to a co-creation process, through developing and offering a blended learning programme. Contact Michael Judge for more information.
- Norwich Castle Museum researched and developed a museum-led digital secondary schools’ programme to support the study and teaching of GCSE History. This included interviewing and surveying teachers and pupils and piloting digital events as they were being developed. Contact Jenni Williams for more information.
- Norwich Puppet Theatre tested primary schools’ engagement with a blended learning programme of digital puppet making workshops and resources, digital teaching materials and live streamed Q and A sessions. Contact their creative learning team for more information.
- Young Norfolk Arts gave the opportunity for young members of their YNA Collective programme to explore platforms and virtual ways of group working and creating, as they co-curated the annual Young Norfolk Arts Festival. Contact Jade Anderson for more information.
Take a look at the evaluation and thoughts from our Round One projects. We encourage your to use the experiences gathered to inform and shape your own projects.
Read our full evaluation for the Round One Moving IT On programme
Take a look at our recommendations for planning online or digital work
Hear how the projects went and read our case studies
We also ran three webinars to help people think about how to develop their digital offer: