Music projects can be a transformative experience for children and young people, offering them the opportunity to learn, grow, and express themselves in new and exciting ways.
In summary, music projects can have a wide range of benefits for children and young people, from developing their musical skills to promoting social skills, fostering creativity, and providing a positive outlet for their energy and passions. By providing children and young people with a safe and supportive environment in which to explore their musical interests, music projects can help them develop important life skills, deepen their understanding of themselves and others, and discover the joy and beauty of music.
The Elevate programme aims to combine musical skills with practical strategies to improve the reading and comprehension levels of pupils in primary schools. Music is a teaching technique that can be used to help all pupils improve their reading comprehension.
'Trading Faces' is an intervention project about using music to manage your mental health and using a variety of practises and approaches to strengthen your thinking and establish effective coping mechanisms to overcome spells of depression and anxiety.
MUSIC VS CRIME
Delivered in partnership with The Metropolitan Police, The workshop series aims to explore the relationship between music, young people, criminal activity, and violence. The sessions identify the related behaviours and trends used in contemporary music.
THE MENTOR HIVE
Our mentoring program is designed to help young people develop the skills and confidence they need to thrive. Whether you're struggling with academic performance, looking to explore career options, or need support in personal development, our mentors are here to help.