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HOYCC 12- week programme

Young people expressing themself through Muisc and Dance 

Two Rivers High School is a special school in Tamworth for students aged between 11 -- 19. There are currently 180 young people in the school, and many of these have multiple learning needs. These include specific communication and language difficulties, challenging behaviours, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, physical difficulties and medical needs. All students have a statement of special educational needs.

This Project has been encouraging 180 students to engage with music through the delivery of inclusive and accessible large group sessions and the provision of, and support to access, progression and performance opportunities in school and the wider community. This work has developed musical, social and emotional skills of participants. Furthermore this approach has become embedded in the school and best practice shared with other organisations across the SEND Network.

This Blog shows an Emerging Music leader's experience in the setting.

In Middleport, we wanted to take our issue of gang violence and create new opportunities for young people to be a part of a new gang...otherwise known as a band!  We believe that encouraging our young people to form music bands could change their pathway in life.

Free Mental Health Training morning at The Hive, Shrewsbury to improve the understanding of young people’s Mental Health issues in Shropshire

Want to attend our training but live too far away?

Join us tomorrow (Thursday 28th September) through Facebook live!! Streaming from 2pm

Check us out on https://www.facebook.com/musicalcommunities/, ask your questions and get ready to learn

"Few would argue that having a continuing commitment to learning more about your chosen field/industry/sector is a good investment. The more you understand about your field the more effective you can be at delivering your service AND the more value can be gained" - Kurly

Gaining a great exprience of working in a studio. This was an amazing exprience. Thank you to Youth Muisc for the oppertunity.

 

 

Before we started the Junction Project, we were given a few weeks of training with Jonny Amos, who is a professional music producer. Jonny has many years of experience in music teaching and facilitation and has a wealth of knowledge within many areas of the music industry.

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.

 

Our In Harmony programme is a early targeted social development programme delivered through music. To improve the health, education and aspirations of disadvantaged children, young people and families through immersive ensemble music making, rooted long term in the community and in our partner schools.