Behaviour & Inclusion
Knowledge & Experience
All of our tutors have great knowledge and experience surrounding SEN and SEMH settings. We are currently delivering sessions within alternative provisions and Pupil referral units all over the country, providing disengaged pupils with the opportunity to learn a new skill as well as gain accredited qualifications. Through our mentoring sessions, whether it be 1:1 or small groups we also help our students to engage on a social and emotional level giving them the tools they need to re engage in other parts of their lives.
Gain the necessary skills
Ultimately, our programmes aim to empower individuals and equip them with the necessary tools and skills required to progress further within the music industry or to simply enjoy a sense of success; this will improve self-confidence which will, in turn, further engage students, driving academic progress and attainment.
“Our programmes create an exciting new initiative that impacts on young people’s self-esteem, confidence and motivation”
Joe Townsley – Noise Academy Director
FREE introductory workshop
We are currently offering a free introductory workshop for like minded schools which is a great way for both staff and pupils to gain a further insight into what Noise Academy can offer your setting and how together we can help disengaged pupils reengage and strive to reach their full potential.
If this is something you believe your pupils would benefit from or you are interested in booking one of our free workshops then please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We make sure that we monitor students’ behavior and performances by suppling weekly progress reports. This is mainly for our tutors to keep track of students, but most importantly for the teachers to be aware of their progress and for us to flag up any safeguarding issues that we may come across in our sessions.
“Noise Academy has been excellent to have in school;it works really well with our pupils, ranges from primary to secondary. It is a positive experience for all the pupils involved. The pupils look forward to their session every week and are enjoying making their own masterpieces. Noise Academy have been working with some of the most vulnerable and hard to reach pupils and they have been making success. They been very adaptable to the needs of the pupils so they can access the Noise Academy provision”
Ash Khan – Deputy Headteacher, Sheffield Inclusion Centre