SOMERSET SUMMIT - Participatory Music with Vulnerable Young People working in PRU's and other settings

  • by TakeArt

    Friday, 6 October, 2017 - 09:33

This Event is aimed at PRU staff and other educational professionals working with vulnerable young people including NEETs, SEND, Music Leaders, Policy Makers and Funders.

Take Art and Actiontrack Performance Company have been successfully delivering the music workshop programme My Tunes since 2012, working in ten Somerset PRU settings across the county, as well as with vulnerable young adults and Looked After Children.

The Somerset Summit aims to share the success and experiences of My Tunes with other people working in this area, combining ideas and best practice, practical sessions with professional presentations. The intention is to come up with ideas to further support this vital work both in Somerset and across the UK.

Panel Presentations followed by Questions with representatives from Youth Music, Arts Council, Music Hubs, PRU staff and Actiontrack

Choice of Practical Music Delivery & Ways of Working in PRUs and other settings

  • Actiontrack: Somerset
  • Rhythmix: Brighton

Approaches to PRU/Vulnerable CYP and Music Hubs in other geographic areas and to cover attainment options, virtual music provision and working with Children in Care followed by Questions

  • Michael Davidson, Head of Rock, Family and Community Music, Hertfordshire Music Service (also working with Cambridgeshire and Essex Music Education Hubs)
  • Jack Kingslake, Alternative Education Project Manager, Rhythmix, Brighton (and the South East including Surrey)

Somerset practitioners – free of charge. Other attendees: £30 to include lunch

50 Places available: To book email Ruth Copping or phone 01460 249450


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