Young Roots Project Plan – Worked example 1 The following example is indicative only of the type of detail we are looking for; make sure that your project plan reflects your project and delivers what your organisation wants to achieve. Project title: Garage heritage Project cost £26,500 Example A [named] archive, in partnership with two [named] youth organisations, want to enable 30 hard to reach young people aged 13-18 and living in an inner-city area to explore their music heritage and its links to 20th century immigration to the UK Aims 1 Find out about different young people’s musical heritage and the origins of Garage music 2 Find out what brings different people to [named] city 3 Involve the local community in celebration of musical heritage 4 Create a documentary film on DVD 5 Provide opportunities for young people to gain accredited skills in filming, music and communication skills 6 Evaluate project Project Plan What? When? Where? Who will carry out Who is the activity What will you achieve? the activity? for? List the individual Give us the Tell us where the Tell us who will be Tell us who the activity is Explain in detail what you will achieve by activities you will do to dates you activity will take responsible for managing aimed at (for example, a doing the activity. Use target numbers where meet your project aims expect the place. the activity (for example, particular group of young possible. (see 2b). activity to start young people, youth people, local and end. workers or a named schoolchildren, visitors to partner organisation). a museum). 1. Work with a Month 1 -2 [Named] archive [Named] archive and 6 young people in Research material to be used for the history researcher to history researcher research group next phase of the project. Learning plan research what music to research and where sessions with young information can be accessed. people 6 young people gain understanding of historical research. 2. Visit museums Month 1 – 2 British Library/ [Named] archive in 6 young people in 6 young people supported to make with music archives School of Oriental partnership with research group visit to London; material collected and African youth worker and contacts made for future visits if Studies (SOAS) needed. What? When? Where? Who will carry out Who is the activity What will you achieve? the activity? for? 3. Training session Month 1- 2 [Named] archive Oral history trainer 6 young people in 6 young people gain skills in on interview skills [Named] archive interview group and interviewing. Record a minimum of and interviews members of family 12 interviews for the production of about music people and friends DVD remember 4. Interviews with Month 2 – 3 [Named] archive; [Named] archive, oral 6 young people in 6 young people gain knowledge on 1st,2nd and 3rd In the community historian, history interview group and what brings people to Milton generation researcher community Keynes. Record a minimum of 12 immigrants representatives interviews 5. Research local Month 2 – 3 [Named] archive; [Named] archive; 6 young people in 6 young people gain knowledge of archives to explore other [named] local archivists research group Milton Keynes history as a new town the development of local archives Milton Keynes. 6. Film and edit mini Month 3 – 4 [Named] archive [Named] archive in All young people Creation of 10 mini films which archive films partnership with reflect project research youth worker Young people working towards OCN accreditation 7. Website created Month 4 – 5 [Named] archive [Named] archive 4 young people in Website designed and live with 10 to support project website group films uploaded and host films 8. Interview Month 5 - 6 [Named] archive [Named] archive; 6 young people in Minimum of 3 interviews recorded musicians and Music producers interview group for edit music producers 9. Workshops to Month 5 - 6 [Named] archive British Library, All young people Understanding of how music has break down the SOAS, travelled with migration; Learning beats and rhythms [Named] archive technical skills of garage music to find the source of garage music using the music recorded from visits What? When? Where? Who will carry out Who is the activity What will you achieve? the activity? for? 10. Record music Month 6 -7 [Named] archive [Named] archive 10 young people in 6 recordings inspired by research for soundtrack of music group produced for use in documentary DVD film 11. Edit film and Month 7 – 8 [Named] archive [Named] archive 8 young people in 20 minute documentary produced; produce editing group All young people achieve OCN documentary Level 2 accreditation in music, filming or communication skills 12. Launch of film Month 8 [Named] cinema [Named] archive, All young people, 100 people attend public screening; and website [named] youth friends, family and 100 copies of DVD circulated to organisations wider community schools and youth clubs in city 13. Evaluation Month 1-8 [Named] archive; [Named] archive, Young people, youth Evaluation report produced, With partners [named] youth workers, project including evaluations from project after site visits organisations, SOAS, manager, partners, participants, audience at launch, British Library community partners and schools in response to representatives the DVD. Sent to HLF and partners and included on project website.
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