Make Some Noise

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As part of the UpBeat programme of Early Years music and movement delivery at the Brewhouse Arts Centre in Burton-upon-Trent, Make Some Noise
have been piloting the use of on-line learning journals as a means of recording observations for individual children and assessing and monitoring their progress.

Emma Brookes is a Trainee Music leader on the Level Up!  project at Two Rivers Special School in Tamworth. This project seeks to increase opportunities and raise aspirations for group music making for young people with SEN. She is keeping a blog of her time on this project. For more information about this project, or Make Some Noise and our work with young people in challenging circumstances, please contact Jacqui@make-some-noise.com

Level Up! is a Youth Music funded programme of delivery at Two Rivers High School in Tamworth, and delivered by Make Some Noise. Emma Brookes is shadowing musician Chris Watt to widen her skills in working with young people with SEND. She will be keeping a blog on her progres.

 

Using Music To Inspire
Make Some Noise's  vision is that the lives of children and young people in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent will be significantly enhanced by high quality opportunities to make music. Make Some Noise believes music inspires young people, and for many is also a catalyst for positive change. We explore innovative approaches that work towards better access to music for young people.

Our core business falls into three categories:

Using Music To Inspire
Make Some Noise's  vision is that the lives of children and young people in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent will be significantly enhanced by high quality opportunities to make music. Make Some Noise believes music inspires young people, and for many is also a catalyst for positive change. We explore innovative approaches that work towards better access to music for young people.

Our core business falls into three categories:

Music Making
We make it happen. Since 2001 we have worked with over 20,000 children and young people to make music of many styles. Make Some Noise manages or commissions experienced music leaders to work in a wide range of settings for example with babies & toddlers, with challenging or excluded young people, with families, in schools or theatres, in youth or community venues.

Leadership
We support our music leaders to develop their musical and workshop skills, through training and advice, so they can offer the highest quality musical experiences to young people. We also help young musicians to get started in sharing their leading skills.

Information and Advocacy
We want these opportunities to be sustainable, so we work to convince all our partners of the benefits and impact that music making can have on the children and young people they work with, and to raise funds for future work. Our work helps to achieve the government's Every Child Matters outcomes.

Make Some Noise is a limited company and registered charity, and was originally formed as a Youth Music Action Zones, by Youth Music.

If you would like to work with Make Some Noise call us on 01785 278 454 or email on info@make-some-noise.com

Address: 
Make Some Noise
Wedgwood Building
Tipping Street
Stafford
ST16 2DH
United Kingdom
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