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Bradford Study Support Network. Annual Report, September 2009- August 2010. ‘Celebrating Learning in the Community’. Image from our DFID Project: The rights and aspirations of young people.
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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010. \'Observing Learning in the Community\' Image from our DFID Project: The rights and goals of youngsters www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010. \'Observing Learning in the Community\' Objectives To create activities intended to expand cooperation in learning and address underachievement and low abilities levels among separated youngsters and youthful grown-ups, including additional educational module and \'learning by stealth/learning can be fun\' activities. To furnish creative learning openings with uncommon respect to I.T. over all ages and capacities. To search out and react to group needs in the range of learning backing, including supporting group based associations occupied with learning. To embrace look into that explores hindrances to learning and engagement. To make successful utilization of existing group assets. www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 During 2009-10, BSSN utilized 2 organizers and 30 low maintenance mentors; both prepared coaches and understudy guides. The understudy mentors are additionally ready to go about as good examples for youngsters. BSSN has conveyed 2500 (+) learning sessions amid 2009-10 over the age-reaches and capacities. BSSN neglected to procure extra supports from BBC Children in Need for 2009-10, subsequent to getting stores for 9 sequential years. The main outstanding backing for youngsters\' learning are given through the Esmée Fairbairn Family Learning Project, DFID, coordinated subsidizing from focuses and BSSN Reserves. The Family Learning Project finishes in September 2010 and the Department of International Development (DFID) Project in March 2011. www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 To be up-dated for April-August 2010 Between September 2009 and March 2010 BSSN worked with 190 youngsters giving bolstered concentrate on, \'learning-can-be-fun exercises\', GCSE and A Level Exam Workshops and Super Saturdays. Participation increments in the second 50% of the year as BSSN runs a Summer Program, (see Summer Program) Funding for work with youngsters is the most genuine test confronting BSSN in 2011 as new supports must be raised before December 2010 if our work is to proceed. www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 BSSN got a two concede from DFID, (2 nd give) to advance familiarity with worldwide wellbeing issues influencing ladies and youthful youngsters. Grange Technology College and Bradford University have played a dynamic and fruitful part, and focuses inside the BSSN Network. Various power focuses on worldwide issues have been delivered. Those delivered by youngsters and college understudies have achieved an elevated requirement both as far as substance and I.T. aptitudes. Between generational learning was/is financed through DFID and the Family Learning Project. All age amasses likewise took an interest in the Healthy Living Project , including \'Cooking on a Budget\' which was financed through Open Fields until March 2010. www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 Adult learning has been bolstered by: Bradford Learning Partnership\'s NLDC program and BMDC Commissioning (the last likewise financed for 2010-2011). BSSN has gotten NLDC and Commissioning of Learning Services supports more than quite a while. BMDC WNF ESOL Program (additionally discounted amid 2011) Targeted Support Fund, managed by CNET, Bradford. Transient subsidizing to address expanded interest for learning administrations. BMDC Trailblazer Program conveying "inserted" Literacy and Numeracy for people with lodging needs, (supported to March 2011). Pioneers has as of late increased genuine energy. The venture highlights the expanding helplessness experienced by all ages and groups in Bradford Whenever applicable, learning is connected to \'employability\'. www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 BSSN gave the accompanying administrations in 2009-10: Supported Study \'Learning can be fun\' exercises \'Family Learning\' Exam Workshops \'Global Awareness\' (DFID) Basic Skills with I.T. for grown-ups Embedded Literacy and Numeracy ESOL Super Saturdays Independent Living/Life Skills Healthy Living; Cooking on a Budget; Life Skills www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 Number of grown-ups and youngsters getting to arrangement between September 2009 – March 2010: (to be redesigned). ESOL 44 Literacy/Numeracy/Basic Skills/Language, (NLDC & T.B.) 53 Life Skills/Independent Living, (119 Project) 8 \'On your Doorstep\' Programme 14 Family Workshops & Residential, (Allerton) 55 Creative Arts + bolster program (shelter seekers) 18 Healthy Living/Cooking on a Budget/Life Skills 80 Super Saturdays 53 Supported Study for youthful people 132 Learning can Be Fun & Summer Programme 53 Exam Workshops 5 1:1 and family tuition 9 DFID – included in delivering power points 30(+) DFID – seen and talked about power points 1200 (+) www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 Summer Program, 2010 Support to Summer Holiday Activities @ MAPA (5 days a week x 3 weeks). To be finished www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 BSSN\'s Target Groups in 2009-2010 included: Asian ladies and girls Asylum seekers and exiles African Caribbean elderly African people group E.U. vagrants, incorporating Roma Individuals with lodging needs Young grown-up Asian Males Under-accomplishing youngsters Young individuals taking GCSE and A Level Examinations Residents of social lodging bequests (2 Estates) Individuals recuperating from medication and liquor manhandle www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 BSSN intends to give comprehensive bolster that deliver boundaries to learning and empower support in the more extensive society. Cases of the issues confronted by BSSN learners: Homelessness, undermined by vagrancy. Abusive behavior at home/looking for shelter. Conjugal breakdown, with potential migration issues. Couple of fundamental aptitudes; education and numeracy needs. Absence of security of status (refuge seekers). Offense from school; low achievement levels. Extra bolster some youngsters require, who can possibly accomplish high results, whose families need adequate English or did not have entry to training. www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 BSSN conveys 90% of its arrangement in neighborhood - based focuses and might want to say thanks to them for their participation. Bangladesh Youth Organisation BIASAN/Frontline Bowling Old Lane Cricket Club Café West, Allerton Estate Caleb Project Central Library City Center Project Incommunities Network MAPA Manningham Library Mayfield Centre Milan Center 119 Project Mary Seacole Center Waxworks Music W. B. Youth Initiative WomenZone W. B. Individuals\' Partnership BSSN additionally gotten on-going backing from: Bradford College, Bradford University Grange Technology College www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 Over this previous year, BSSN has intentionally based on the \'multiplier effect\' of incorporating gaining from various projects similarly as is conceivable. Learners can hone their English dialect abilities in various settings (e.g. ESOL and DFID). None-center/creative learning concentrates on augmenting learners\' points of view and expanding their cooperation in social issues and inside the nearby group. The Cookery and DFID ventures, together with Family Workshops, have energized between generational learning and the trading of abilities, e.g. youngsters have I.T. abilities past the capacity of numerous grown-up learners. On every one of our projects we underscore the significance of family learning and that guardians who are intrigued and occupied with their youngsters\' learning will probably upgrade their kids\' fulfillment levels and in this manner their life-possibilities. www.bssn.org.uk team@bssn.org.uk

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Bradford Study Support Network. Yearly Report, September 2009-August 2010 Research: BSSN was subsidized by Bradford Council (Innovation Fund) to direct an overview on \'Learning in the Community\' in 2009. 147 people finished a thorough 1:1 and little gathering study. This overview has given significant bits of knowledge into the adapting needs, goals and interests of those living in distraught territories. BSSN added to a far reaching study led by NIACE on the part of learning for people who are/were NEET Capacity Building: BSSN conveys 90% of its administrations in other \'grass-roots\' associations.

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