North East

King James I Academy is a non-denominational 11-18 school (with media arts specialism) located close to the centre of
Bishop Auckland in County Durham . We aim to provide a creative and inspirational learning experience that encourages young people to achieve their full potential and to become intelligent, responsible, productive and caring adults who are well prepared for the challenges of a world full of opportunities. King James I Academy is a learning community in which all ages meet to share and develop their talents and to promote mutual respect for all people; whatever their age, gender, ability, background or beliefs.

 

“Don’t waste time on closed doors”; a great piece of advice Gwyneth gave me during my internship with musinc! Having a committed project partner that shares the same ethos is vital when developing a project.

MOBO award winning rapper Akala will be holding a workshop for Breakthrough Music Project on Friday the 5th of May at Teesside University.

The North East Autism Society (NEAS) promotes the welfare, development and advancement of children, young people and adults with physical and/orlearning disabilities and in particular those affected by autism within the UK. To do so we work in partnership to deliveractivities and achieve outstanding personalised services for people with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC).

As part of the project evaluation process all schools within the project have created trees focusing learning taking place.

Bedlington to Ashington Building Brass Youth Music funded initiative is linking with both local Brass Bands and businesses in the North East of England to broaden to opportunities of it's participants through peer to peer learning and high level workshops.

To use music as a means to engage young people from East Durham, in order to develop their musical, personal and social skills; and aspirations. To lay the foundations for sustained opportunities for engagement through music.

Event type: 
Performance, Other