Latest School Projects:
In recent months, we have been working with the following schools (please click “Read More” to find out about each project and listen to the children’s songs):
Thanks to those wonderful folk at Creative Youth Network and South Gloucestershire Playscheme we had the chance to work with lots of children and young people from Bristol during August, as part of the Holidays, Activities & Food programme. Each day we visited a...
We've had an amazing time working with pupils from Lings Primary School in Northampton, UK. Year 3 students composed and recorded three excellent songs and Year 6 produced their own music video, celebrating their life at the school.
"Pets Are Family" and "Friendship" were each written and recorded in one day by Blyton Class and Zephaniah Class in Year 4 at Roade Primary School, Northamptonshire, UK
This song was written and recorded by 60 Year 5 students from Weston Favell Primary School, Northampton, UK, inspired by Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night's Dream”. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, 45 children participated from home via online video...
During the past few months, we have moved all our activities online. Here's a brief summary of what we've been getting up to... Thanks to funding provided by The Notivate Trust, to date we've uploaded 20+ songs, all written and recorded during...
Here are the latest songs written and performed by children and young people taking part in the Notivate Programme in Jinja, Uganda. All recorded in the Notivate Uganda studio by the amazing resident producer, Philip Seydney.
A sample of songs, written and recorded by students taking part in the Friday songwriting academy at Northampton School For Girls.
Here's a playlist of songs inspired by Shakespeare's "The Merchant Of Venice", written and recorded by children from Northampton Primary Academy Trust.
Here are three more songs written by Year 5 children from Lings Primary School, Northampton, UK
This song was written and recorded in a day by Year 5 students from Weston Favell Primary School, Northampton, UK, inspired by Shakespeare’s “The Merchant Of Venice”.