Bespoke Projects

If you work with young people who are facing barriers preventing them from accessing music, we can work with you to use music as a tool for their personal, social and emotional development.

We can create bespoke projects and longer term programmes based around the needs of young people and their musical interest and goals. We currently work with a variety of establishments and organisations including schools, alternative education providers, youth services, local authority teams and services, charities and other music agencies.

If you think music would be beneficial to their PSE development, or as a tool to support inclusion, contact us to discuss possible projects.

For further information, email us on musinc@middlesbrough.gov.uk.

Our current projects for young people include:

25K ‘Join Us’ – 25K Community Centre

A Music As Strategic Intervention (MASI) project targeting young adults 16-25 with special educational needs and disabilities in Redcar.

Acklam Road Hospital

A Music As Strategic Intervention (MASI) project targeting young people in residence who are receiving support for poor mental health.

Open Orchestra

A Music As Strategic Intervention (MASI) project targeting young people with special educational needs and disabilities at Beverley School and Priory Woods School, with additional joint rehearsals at Middlesbrough Town Hall.

River Tees Multi-Academy Trust (RTMAT)

A Music As Strategic Intervention (MASI) project targeting Key Stage 2 young people who are disengaged from their home mainstream provision.

Unity City Academy (UCA)

A Network of Inclusive Provision project working with students at UCA in singing, instrumentals, and work with a targeted group.

Ubuntu Multi Cultural Centre

An open access opportunity providing various musical activities for young people visiting the centre.

Newport Community Hub

A pilot programme involving sessions on vocal techniques (rap and mainstream) for ages 12-18 accessing the community hub.

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