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The people that help Nova extend its reach

The list below shows those who are currently supporting our work and includes those who have provided funding during the past 12 months.
If you’re interested in supporting us to expand our current work please contact us on 020 8960 2488 or email admin@novanew.org.uk.

Programme Partners

Lexi Cinema Logo

Lexi

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Lexi

Our families always look forward to our movie afternoons with the Lexi during the school holidays.

Human Library

Human Library

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Human Library

We’re proud to run London’s flagship Human Library. Part of a global movement to challenge prejudice and discrimination through dialogue. Click here to find out more.

Unicorn Theate

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Unicorn Theatre

We’ve visited the Unicorn Theatre in Southwark to attend a variety of theatre shows, encouraging families to engage with the arts.

Marylebone Cricket Club

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Marylebone Cricket Club

We work with MCC to connect our families with the world of cricket, take tours and even try their hands at playing the game at the world-famous Lords cricket ground.

Mama Codes

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Mama Codes

We’re working with Mama Codes to provide creative coding courses to the children on our family programme. Mama Codes are experts in teaching children to code creatively with confidence whilst supporting them to make full use of their bountiful imagination.

 

The Great Get Together

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The Great Get Together

Along with other communities up and down the country, we run this annual event to bring the local community together, celebrate kindness, respect and all we have in common. The movement was inspired by the late Jo Cox, who was passionate that: “we are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us”.

 

The RCA

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The RCA

We collaborated with the RCA and the Natural History Museum to put on a series of creative workshops with families in North Kensington in the run up to the Exhibition Road Festival. Familes explored the scientific and artistic techniques of documenting animals, then designed their own, new imagined animals based on a multitude of countries.

Historic Royal Palaces

Historic Royal Palaces

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Historic Royal Palaces

We take our students and families on tours of the Historic Royal Palaces across London including The Tower of London and Kensington Palace. We have also worked with Wild In Art to co-create an art installation located in Kew Gardens. You can find out more about this project

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Local Delivery Partners

Pro Bono Supporters

Funders