We have delivered lots of workshop with Music Hubs, Charity organisations, Youth Projects – the list goes on!
Noise Academy aims to excel in flexibility and inclusivity. Get in contact with us and we can determine the perfect way to deliver our exciting workshop in your setting!
HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES AND FOOD PROGRAMME (HAF)
Are you a current HAF provider looking for some new and exciting workshops for your young people over the holidays? Or are you a parent or guardian looking for something fun and engaging for your child?
During the Easter, Summer, and Christmas holidays, we provide support to other HAF providers as well as deliver our own clubs. Holiday clubs have helped spark interest and build confidence, and we welcome young people regardless of experience!
What is HAF?
HAF is a national Department for Education funded programme aimed at enabling children and young people to attend activities and experiences in the Christmas, Easter and Summer school holidays.
Children assessed by the local authority as being in need, at risk or vulnerable
Free school meal children
looked-after children or previously looked after children
children with an EHC (education, health and care) plan
children who have low attendance rates at school or who are at risk of exclusion
children living in areas of high deprivation or from low-income households who are not in receipt of free school meals
children in transition phases between nursery and primary school or primary and secondary school
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As a result of this programme, we want children who attend this provision to:
eat healthily over the school holidays
be active during the school holidays
take part in engaging and enriching activities which support the development of resilience, character and wellbeing along with their wider educational attainment
be safe and not to be socially isolated
have a greater knowledge of health and nutrition
be more engaged with school and other local services
We also want to ensure that the families who participate in this programme:
develop their understanding of nutrition and food budgeting
are signposted towards other information and support, for example, health, employment, and education
HULL MUSIC SERVICE
We ran a full day of music technology workshops aimed at working with underprivileged communities. We worked with 30 teenagers aged between 10 and 16 who all came with their parents.
Across the day the group experienced how to DJ, produce Music and Beatbox as they rotated around 3 workshops in groups of 10. At the end of the day individuals were asked to showcase the skills learnt to the rest of the groups in the main hall.
“Noise Academy first contacted me through the Hull Music Hub Website in autumn 2016 and since then we have grown an extremely effective partnership .The Hub has been developing a programme aimed at offering Rock, Pop and Urban music opportunities to Young People in Hull who have been marginalised by mainstream education. It was clear to me that we should have Noise Academy involved as an official delivery partner for the Hub. Noise Academy have led a series of taster sessions for local Pupil Referral Units and schools. These sessions were outstanding and the feedback from staff on how the team were able to engage young people so positively was excellent”
Sean Miller – Music Service Coordinator Hull Music Centre
LINCOLNSHIRE ONE VENUES
LOV work with a number of venues across Lincolnshire delivering a wide range of art based workshops and activities with young people across the county. We have delivered lots of workshops for them since 2016 with the goal developing more music opportunities particularly through music technology.
SPALDING MUSIC FESTIVAL
The incentive helped support a group of young people who organised a street festival across Spalding market place with the aim of giving them a platform to perform to their local community. Noise Academy facilitated a popup DJ tent and offered free sessions to the public! We were there between 10am and 3pm.
LINCOLN PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
We ran a pop up Music Technology workshop tailored towards supporting young musicians in developing their creations and performance skills. We were very accommodating towards those who wanted to learn how to DJ & Make music and also ended the day with a Beatboxing performance! We were there between 12pm and 4pm.
“Excellent workshop and I would fully recommend it to other educational establishments. Very professional, insightful and shows learners another side to the music industry opposed to traditional instrumentation”
Access Creative College – Phil Owst
CITY SQUARE LINCOLN
We ran a walk in workshop in the centre of Lincoln with the aim of engaging a wider audience of teenagers from the city. We were there for 5 hours in total and inspired lots of young people passing by.
Lincoln Drill Hall
We facilitated a 6 week Beatboxing programme which lasted for 1 hour each week. The small group that we worked with took part in a performance at the end of the incentive with our tutor Mikey Beats.
The Terry O’Toole Theatre
We were asked to teach a small group of students how to DJ and choreographed the sound track to a dance based pantomime. We were provided with the music requested by the students, and across 6 weekly sessions we taught them the fundamentals of Djing and worked closely with the rest of the groups. The incentive ended with a huge performance to over 100 people!
“Noise Academy have been great to work with and they have been really flexible in meeting our requirements each time. All of the young people they have worked with have spoken extremely positively about their experiences”
Lincolnshire One Venues