Set up in 1982, and based in Deptford, SE London, Second Wave's studio and rehearsal space offers a safe, creative meeting place for young people.

Our weekly, year-round youth arts programme is led by the creative intelligence of young people. The themes of our work reflect the reality of young people's lives in a demanding urban environment. 

From our base in Deptford, and other outreach settings, our productions, platform events and speakeasy’s aim to break down stereotypes, bring people together and enhance local democracy. Our work is cited by the Home Office as an example of Best Practice. 

Saturday and after-school programmes develop young people's confidence and skills through accessible and affordable workshops in drama, singing, dance, rap/lyrics, new writing, music, visual arts and production. 

Our unique young women’s programme offers a regular, safe meeting place for young women to develop their confidence and creativity and begin to tell their own story using music, song writing, drama, lyrics and spoken word.

We offer accredited training for local young people to train as youth arts community leaders and pathways to higher education and employment through paid traineeships.

MIDI is a non-profit-making organisation which has been founded by a group of local musicians and music industry professionals. We aim to develop emerging talent, increase opportunities for musicians and audiences, and generate business for the music industry in Devon.

Using drumming as a tool to inspire creativity, build social cohesion and empower young people to direct their own futures.

At Epic, we share a belief that children and families from disadvantaged communities should be supported in whatever way necessary to help them to aspire and realise their full potential.

We are a mainstream primary school in the outskirts of Blackburn. Around 15% of our children have SEN/D, 9 of whom
have a funded EHCP.

Riverbank Studios, Chippenham.

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Chesterton Parents Group is a voluntary community group that provides free of charge or low cost activities for under fives and their parents/carers in the east Chesterton area of Cambridge. We currently run Little Music Makers with the support of the Youth Music Trust, along with a weekly Soft Play group (Fridays) and the occasional Twins Group.

YOS Youth Music Project sits in Adolescent Services which works within Childrens Services. We provide free Music Sessions for YP aged between 11yrs to 18 yrs, referrals are taken from various services across Brighton & Hove. We work in partnership with Audio Active who provide us with the Music Tutors who have vast experience of working in the Music Industry as well as skill's knowledge and experience of engaging hard to reach YP. They also provide the YP Traineeship programme so that YP can then learn how to work with YP and work alongside the experienced Music Tutors, gaining on the Job experience, training and building their skill's of working with challenging YP with various needs.
I co-ordinate the Project from YOS and provide information and work with the YP to help them access the project and manage all referrals. Through this project several YP go onto to college, working in the industry, and or working with YP organisations.