Archive | July, 2014

Catching up with our volunteers: 2

At the beginning of the month which marked volunteer week, you heard from Paul, the volunteer who, after volunteering with Success4All, gained the skills to live and work at an American camp this summer. To mark the end of the volunteer month we spoke to a volunteer who we have seen blossom as a tutor […]

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Spanish Textiles

As part of the Real Translation Project in partnership with Newcastle University, language students from Newcastle University and students from the Learning Hub at Walker Technology College began their Spanish Textiles Project. So far, they have worked together to make a Spanish-English glossary and phrase book for students of Textiles. The children and young people […]

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Community Crafts

For the past 6 weeks, GemArts have been working in partnership with Success4All to deliver high quality participatory arts projects with young people from the Millin Centre. The group met every Saturday at the Millin Centre with professional artist Emma Sheridan to produce large scale and small scale visual arts, textiles and design work in […]

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Young, Religious and Judged

This blog is given to you from one of the WEYDA group members Ali Barkat . . . We are WEYDA, a group of young digital artists aged 11-16 from Newcastle’s West End. This is our home and we all love living here, but the area has problems caused by recent feelings of hatred and […]

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