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Teachers and learning mentors in schools are integral in the delivery of the project, using Radio Waves in a variety of ways to address curriculum areas such as citizenship, ICT, communication and literacy. Radiowaves is also stimulating new and creative approaches to teaching and learning as well as the opportunity to access a broader professional learning network. Radio Waves works with some of the most challenging young people within the education system and the results have been striking.

Finally, Radio Waves has been shown to have the potential of being able to contribute to school culture in such a way that doors and eyes may be opened to future possibilities.’ The Radio Waves project created a dynamic context for learning for the young people involved, which is why it is such a deserved winner of the BETT Award for Innovation. We are delighted that the partners working on such a creative programme have been nationally recognised.’

Arts Council England and the Millennium Commission have announced a new £15 million lottery programme to support cultural projects in urban areas across the UK. This new initiative builds on the successful Cities of Culture competition run in 2003, in which Bradford was one of twelve urban areas bidding for the title European City of Culture 2008. The competition generated a huge amount of ideas and support in all sectors of the community.

The Urban Cultural Programme is not available exclusively for the City of Culture cities, and each bid consortium must include an urban local authority representing a minimum population of 120,000. Arts Council England, Yorkshire is working with Yorkshire Culture to facilitate a strong bid from cities across this region, Building Inspection Cost which takes advantage of creative opportunities across the region, and builds on the work already developed by Bradford’s City of Culture bid.

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