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*Latest News: Notivate UG
John and Marly from Notivate UK have been visiting our colleagues in Jinja, Uganda. Here are their video updates:
In partnership with the Discovery Centre, we are helping to build a new Media Centre:
…as well as providing equipment and training for Notivate Uganda music leaders:
For more pictures, videos and details of Notivate Uganda, click here.
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Latest News: Anti-Bullying Songwriting Competition
On Friday 7th February 2014, around 450 people, including both the Chairman and the Chief Executive of Northamptonshire County Council, witnessed an unforgettable evening of inspiring music from over 70 young people at Spinney Theatre in Northampton. The judging panel – featuring singer and music leader Roselyne Kabonesha on a live link from Uganda – chose “Don’t Be A Bully” by “Cherries” (above) from Rowan Gate Primary School as junior winners and “Little Pieces” by Jodie & Emay from Latimer Arts College as winners of the senior final.
Host for the evening was Rachel Scott, Young Leader for Northamptonshire and The House Band was led by the brilliant Greg Coulson. The evening included guest performances by rap singer Kaydan and singer/songwriter Jack McCarlie.
As well as receiving trophies, the winners will record their songs at The Studio @ The Stables in Wavendon for distribution in schools and youth clubs across Northamptonshire.
This event was made possible thanks to the support of Northamptonshire County Council and Northampton School For Girls.
Latest News: New Jazz Club For Young People
Thanks to the support of East Midlands Jazz, NC Jazz and
The Castle Theatre in Wellingborough, we’re running a new Jazz Club for young people:
Latest News: Northamptonshire Community Foundation Grant
Thanks to those amazing folk at NCF, The Notivate Trust has funding to help young people across Northamptonshire to write, record and produce their own music videos (see below). We’ve been working closely with NAYC (Northamptonshire Association Of Youth Clubs) over recent months, so watch this space!
Here’s the latest video, produced by Hartwell Youth Club:
Here’s another produced by Duston Wednesday Club:
…and here’s the first video, produced by Wootton Youth Club:
More information to follow, but in the meantime, click here for some more examples.
In celebration of our 10th Birthday, some past participants in Notivate activities have kindly provided short testimonials.
Click on the picture above, or check them out here,
Music Leader Training
Following the launch of our new Notivate Music Leader Training and Accreditaion Programme, we now have ten Licensed Notivate Leaders working across the UK and in Uganda.
For information about this programme, or any of the above, please contact us.