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.
We value arts education highly and believe in its benefits for all children. Children benefit from a thriving musical
programme within and outside the curriculum.
A week-long music project for musicians, producers, beat-makers, DJs, freestylers and composers aged 16-25.
Young DaDa Ensemble is the expansion of a successful pilot project to deliver accessible music-based activities to 70 young people in Liverpool over a period of two years. It will present progression routes for aspiring musicians, provide musical role models and help affect organisational change.
The Brightest Boldest Brass Band in Tameside this Summer!
Crossing Cultures is a music programme fusing together the languages, musical influences, heritages and rhythms of young people of British, Asian, Eastern and Central European decsent, from Marsden Heights Community College and Lomeshaye Primary School.
A two year music project to engage young people age 13 -19 with positive musical experiences.
Create Boltones is a new project funded in partnership with Youth Music. We are supporting young adults with a learning disability (16-25 years old) to play a brass instrument for the first time.
NOW RECRUITING FOR 30 ENTHUSIASTIC DRUMMERS AND DANCERS AGED 13-18 TO CREATE A HEAD-TURNING PERCUSSION AND DANCE OUTFIT
The project is a music collective for 10-19 year olds, based in Hulme, Manchester. It consists of blocks of musical learning movements between five and ten weeks in duration; each working with a different musical form and collaborating with partners from across Greater Manchester. It includes performances and reviews.
A three part programme: A) Two weekend workshops offering guitar/bass guitar/keyboards/drums tutorials for all participants, as well as live performance workshops. B) Five half-day clinics on the four instruments / vocals, exploring genres and styles. C) Five-day residential workshop with day-time sessions on tutoring skills, techniques and preparation; and evening live performance workshops, followed by live gigs.
The project will work with families in their homes and the Children's Centre, providing information and musical activities to promote bonding and attachment, both ante-natally and with families who have babies and young children. It will also work within a 'nurture base' in school, building confidence and self-esteem through music.
The project will give talented young people an opportunity to develop their music skills further while increasing a chance of them having a future in music.