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ROAR: Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance

Our primary focus is to support access and delivery of quality arts provision for all people of Rotherham, believing that the Arts have the power to transform peoples lives through participation, creative activity and engagement.

Involvement in the arts has positive effects on mental and physical well being, can transport the participant out of their troubles, providing valuable rest and relief. It can help people find their voice, confidence and self expression.

 Our identified ambitions and key areas of work development include working with Young People and we will be writing an engagement strategy based on our evaluation from our Dangerous Art School provision (free art activities for 14-18 years olds through summer for 3 hours a week), and from an independent  sector wide consultation report, (available on request) that identifies providing opportunity and creative routes for skills development in Rotherham as being significant drivers for the economy for the sector.

 We are also supporting the work of Cape UK, an Arts Council bridging organisation, who are looking at developing a Creative Educational Partnership, to help broker more creative offer in and beyond our schools.

 Another area of work for development is Arts In Health, and this will also cross over to our strategies for young people.

 As an infrastructure organisation, we also support and help develop our members to work with young people, including Open Minds Theatre Company who deliver the Shakespeare Festival each year.

Services

As an infrastructure membership organisation, we support the creative and professional development of our members, including professional practice in working with families, the public, vulnerable people and young people.

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Contact Details

2nd Floor Westgate Chambers
Westgate
Rotherham S60 1AN
T: 01709 835747
E: sharon@rotherhamroar.org
W: www.rotherhamroar.org

Geographical area served

  • Wellgate
  • Broom Valley
  • Morthen
  • Kimberworth
  • Munsbrough
  • Thornhill
  • Parkgate
  • Ravenfield Common
  • Maltby
  • Girdingwells
  • South & North Anston
  • Wales
  • Laughton-en-le-Morthen
  • Fence
  • Ulley
  • Rotherham South

Age ranges served

  • Early years 0-5
  • Primary 5-9
  • Primary 9-11
  • Secondary 11-13
  • Secondary 13-16
  • 16-19
  • 19-25 (for young people with disabilities and special needs)

Staff

ROAR: Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance employs 0 staff.

Volunteers

ROAR: Rotherham Open Arts Renaissance has 0 volunteers.

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Strengths

And for the Future...

Additional information

  • Nominated Child Protection Officer
  • CRB checks

Policies in Place

  • Child Protection Policy
  • Safeguarding Policy
  • Equality & Diversity Policy
  • Health & Safety Policy
  • Recruitment & Selection Policy
  • Safe Lone Working Policy
  • Confidentiality Policy
  • Data Protection Policy
  • Volunteer Policy
  • Complaints Procedure
  • Internet and Email Usage Policy
  • Disciplinary and Grievance Procedure
  • Environmental Policy
  • Disability Discrimination Act Compliant
  • Marketing/Publicity Policy
  • Business Continuity Policy
  • User Involvement/Participation Policy
  • Service Users are involved in developing the service
  • Common Assessment Framework
  • Training and Development Plan