Successfully delivered projects are underpinned by a sound understanding of need and a solid implementation plan. 100 Story Building will investigate if their idea for sustainable, alternative ways to deliver creative literacy in local community settings can be developed into a fully-fledged pilot.
100 Story Building
Project Story Hub: Feasibility Study
Program Arts and Culture
|TRUST OBJECTIVES||PROJECT OBJECTIVES|
|This grant was approved under previous grants policy (2014-2017)|
|Reducing inequality||Enabling creative literacy learning environments beyond the classroom across multiple sites in communities experiencing disadvantage|
|Building organisational capacity||Increasing the capacity of 100 Story Building to expand its reach and deliver its programs in alternate settings|
|Collaboration and partnership||Five schools, Melbourne City Mission, Brimbank City Council, Mitchell Institute, Ardoch Youth Foundation, Catholic Education Office, Brimbank Pasifika Network.|
This project examines the feasibility of establishing outreach Story Hubs comprising co-created, imaginative spaces for children and young people within already existing community facilities in the Brimbank community, alongside a targeted program of creative literacy activities and professional development.
- This project builds on the understanding that the most successful educational outcomes for children and young people happen within an environment of sustainable, collaborative and productive relationships between schools, families and the community.
- The project comprises three key stages: research, consultation and publication/dissemination. It will identify specific needs within the broader Brimbank community as well as potential collaborations, sites and models.
- If the feasibility study delivers a clear direction, it will be used as the basis for the development of a pilot project and for investigating future project sites in other council areas such as Greater Dandenong.