We bring professional musicians from the music industry who are passionate about the benefits of using music in education into schools and alternative provisions to provide learners with a unique creative musical experience which culminates in the production of a song or album of original music.
We know from experience that being involved in a Finding Rhythms project can have huge personal benefits for those learners who are hardest to reach and perhaps need a different stimulus to engage them. Our work promotes inclusivity, positive behaviour and increases confidence and wellbeing.
In addition to the music, we are able to offer the opportunity for participants on our intensive projects to work towards a recognised Prince’s Trust Achieve Award in Personal Development and Employability. We chose this award as it closely matches the needs of our learners and improves numeracy and literacy.
We can offer taster workshops, 1-2-1 sessions or a full term intensive creative group music programme in your school or alternative provision. These can be delivered in person at your institution or online.
Find out more about how our projects are structured and the focus of each session.
If you are interested in running a Finding Rhythms workshop for your students, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Aron, Thabo and Xidus were all totally engaging from the start, inviting students into their world and work, and creating an impressively warm and open space. It was especially productive that the musicians shared their experiences of lockdown and encouraged students to do the same.
Teacher, East Dulwich Charter School