Through our fun and high energy workshops, we aim to inspire participants and bring communities together.
Our project with staff & students at Billing Brook School, Northampton has been released to mark #AustismAwarenessWeek2019, have a look!
We’d love to be in involved in your project. Please email us below for more information.
Recent projects include:
• Free online workshop series for families home-schooling young people with SEND & special needs schools working with reduced staffing levels due to the Corona Virus crisis. These were distributed by schools, local authorities & organisations across the UK. Donations from this series are being used to help national food banks to keep children fed in these uncertain times. The series can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9LF-aA5eOklh-hLb04tNUtE_tql3mVwZ
• Producing CPD & SEND home-schooling materials for Music Education Islington to reach out to their families & schools throughout this period. The project is based around the resources on Charanga Music.
• Running regular sessions for Children First Northamptonshire, Northamptonshire County Council & Billing Brook School, Northampton to create comprehensive music packages including multi-sensory workshops, one to one instrumental lessons & group projects.
• Running Samba & songwriting workshops for an Arts Council funded project, Voice of Aiko; this included working with many groups such as refugees & those suffering with prescription drug abuse across London & surrounding areas.
• Working with young people with additional needs in conjunction with Action for Children (www.actionforchildren.org.uk). Creating multi sensory, music focused experiences at their centres.
• Running singing, movement and percussion workshops with clients at Access (https://www.accessprovision.com/) on an ongoing basis.
• Supporting staff and students at a special needs school to write, record & produce a music video for their song ‘We Take Pride’ as part of Autism Awareness Week 2018 (see the full video below).
• Leading carnival celebrations at The Cube Disability Arts Academy (http://www.thecubedisability.co.uk/arts}.