Young People In Schools
Posted on August 13, 2014
Manchester Camerata’s school projects are designed in collaboration with partner schools to bring learning to life. Projects are participant-led and use creativity and learning through music and the arts to promote personal and social development, raising self-confidence and self-esteem, in children and young people, which impacts upon wider school engagement and achievement. This is not an enrichment activity but a core part of learning.
‘I have frequent engagement with Manchester Camerata and I commend its imaginative approach in engaging other parts of local services, particularly the fire and rescue service and the health service. The arts can not only engage young people and children in education, they can also help to engage adults in a whole range of other local services.’ – Ed Vaizey (The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport)
At A Glance
• Projects are designed to most the needs of the people we work with.
• Projects are participant-led, providing a strong sense of personal ownership and belonging.
• Create and perform new music alongside Camerata practitioners.
• Evaluation proves impact on attainment in literacy and history.
• More than 11,000 children across the North West engaged in projects this year.
What We Offer
– New Cross-Curricular Workshops for 2014-15
These projects creatively explore the curriculum in areas such as history, literacy, science and geography through Music at both Key Stages 1 and 2, in a half-day session to create short pieces of music to share in school.
– Bespoke Projects
Develop your own bespoke project with us to explore key curriculum subjects and produce your own new operas. Take inspiration from topics such as WW1, the Suffragettes and the Civil Rights Movement. Find out which one would suit you
If you would like to find out more information or book a project for your school, please contact Tim Gillies: 0161 226 8696; firstname.lastname@example.org
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