Organisations

Helping Young People Build a Future.

 

Myplace provides a wide range of activities for young people including dance, drama, music, art and youth clubs. Myplace also provides many daytime activities for adults including courses and tea dances.

Clayton Village Primary School is a community school which values every child and strives to ensure that all our children enjoy learning in a happy, safe environment,feel valued, work hard and are encouraged to reach their full potential. We value our good relationships with families, friends and the wider community. Our exciting new project - Moving on Up will 

We'll work with Year 6 pupils on a project that supports them to make the transition from primary to secondary school by participating in a creative participatory music-making programme and developing links with a group of young music and creative mentors from catchment secondary schools. Our project will be designed in consultation with our pupils, pupils from the secondary schools working alongside professional music tutors and partners including Bradford Music Education Hub and Making Your Mind Up (mymup) - a specialist support service tackling mental health issues amongst children and young people. Themes such as isolation, cultural diversity, confidence, bullying, hate crime and resilience will be explored in 36 out of school hours music making sessions leading to celebratory performances at CVP and the partner secondary schools where certificates of achievement will be given out to all pupils who have successfully taken part. CVP pupils will be offered the opportunity to gain Arts Award Explore accreditation. We will create a Moving On Up Learners Pack to be used in the school in subsequent years and to share more widely in the Bradford Education and arts and creative sectors and beyond. 

 

 

We are an arts and music provider in Keighley, West Yorkshire providing activities for young people.  Based on Luton Street we have a well resoured space with art rooms on the ground floor and a music department on the third floor with lift access.

Mind the Gap (MTG) is the UK’s largest theatre company that creates work with and for people with learning disabilities (LD), and our multi-artform programme aims to challenge negative perceptions. Each year, MTG Academy provides regular training in theatre, music and dance for 50 learning-disabled people, and reaches 500 people p/a through practical workshops in outreach settings. Training offers progression routes from entry-level to supported employment.    Thanks to Youth Music Foundation investment MTG will deliver a three stranded programme of skills development over 32 months, with pathways ranging from entry-level sessions to peer mentoring and artistic development. Each strand of activity will provide skills development and performance opportunities.   Strand 1, Outreach: entry-level music workshops for young people aged 11+ through collaborations with venue and community partners in Bradford, Leeds, Halifax and Wakefield.    Strand 2, MTG Academy: music programme providing Arts Award accredited training with modules at foundation, intermediate, advanced and vocational levels.   Strand 3, Workforce: developing the leadership skills of learning-disabled Artists. They will become peer mentors and facilitators in our core delivery team and develop new skills to support their own artistic development.   Contact Charli Ward, Academy Director to find out more and get involved.

SureStart BHT is a Charity, which promotes the physical, intellectual and social development of primarily young children, especially those who are socially and economically disadvantaged.

The Charity offers early education and care, alongside a language and communication programme to benefit local children, as well as offering training to parents and professionals.

 

darts' mission is to create art with people in Doncaster to improve life, learning and health.

We are a team of artists, makers, musicians, performers and support staff who collaborate to design and deliver creative programmes which inspire learning, build good emotional health and strengthen professional practice.

Our programme is for people of all ages who live, work or learn in Doncaster.

Our home, The Point, is a friendly and welcoming place which is open to all and where we make and share art, and we carry this ethos wherever we go.

We are a friendly organisation offering a safe space to try different – and sometimes challenging – creative activities.

We listen and try to respond people’s interests and needs.

We give time and space to make connections with other opportunities, places and people

We will work with people for as long as they want and at any stage of their lives.

We have 26 years’ experience in Doncaster, we know the area and how taking part in enjoyable creative activity helps communities and individuals fulfil their potential by making positive changes, big and small, over the short and long term.

Wybourn Community Primary School caters for children from 4-10 years.    We are a learning community offering many services to people who live in the local area.

North Lincolnshire Council is a unitary council, serving Scunthorpe and rural communities with a population of approximately 170,000 people. Our strategy is based around Aspiring People, Inspiring Places. This includes improving health and wellbeing, increasing skills and education outcomes, increasing prosperity, protecting the most vulnerable, increasing economic growth, creating a sense of place and creating attractive places to live, play and work. We do this by striving to achieve excellence in customer service, providing value for tax payers money, making our communities safer and stronger, and regenerating the area to increase prosperity.
Arts Development at North Lincolnshire Council sits within the Sport, Leisure and Culture department of the Places directorate. We work to enable and support the community to participate in and enjoy high quality arts experiences. The department works strategically, project managing and setting up arts infrastructure across the region, supporting and creating partnerships with other agencies and the voluntary sector, and assisting with project development and funding applications where appropriate. Projects aim to provide enjoyment, learning and inspiration through the arts for residents and visitor of North Lincolnshire, whilst meeting other local agenda and Council wide priorities.

This project will engage NEET young people aged 16-24 from the Sheffield Region. Two core groups of 12 young people will have weekly group work sessions at a recording studio in which they will learn the necessary skills to write and record their own music, whilst learning about the industry as a whole. They will each have a residential at the inspirational Brathay Hall in Ambleside where they will be able to further develop and reflect upon their learning whilst engaging in some positive and challenging activities to boost their confidence and raise their aspirations. The programme will culminate in a performance involving every young person who has participated allowing them to showcase what they have learnt and how far they have come personally over the 12 months. We envisage that the young people will have a real musical skill at the end of this programme, will have developed the transitional skills which will help them in every aspect of their life and will have the necessary information and guidance to be able to access careers in the music industry.