Helping to inform and inspire young people
Clinical sessions start this Wednesday 21 Feb!
This pilot focuses on the creative industry and how it can be used within other sectors. It explores music therapy and introduces the concept of an alternative career route using music.
Through clinical and non-clinical sessions, the outcomes for the participants are:
The pilot is split into two halves. The first sessions introduce disability and music therapy, with the students then taking part in an experiential workshop. The students present to their peers and teachers, how they felt when listening to a piece of music using any channel they like – for example, through dance, play, poem etc. During these sessions, students will develop a variety of soft skills which are needed in all jobs.
The second half of the pilot is focused on clinic sessions and due to the sensitivities and needs of the clients, the numbers for this half of the pilot will be comparably small. Students will assist the employer, a music therapist from East London Music Therapy and experience first-hand the power of music therapy.
School: Chobham Academy, Dagenham Park School and Hackney Community College
Employer: East London Music Therapy
Delivery Partner: New City College
Teacher feeds back
Students are making great progressVIEW UPDATE
Fun practical workshop!
Fun practical workshop!VIEW UPDATE
Huge group from Dagenham Park take part in introductory session
Introduction to music therapy and disabilitiesVIEW UPDATE
Making a difference already
Making a difference alreadyVIEW UPDATE
Getting ready for the clinical sessions
Getting ready for the clinical sessionsVIEW UPDATE
Lovely final session at Dagenham Park School
Lovely final session at Dagenham Park SchoolVIEW UPDATE
Great introduction at Dagenham Park
Great introduction at Dagenham ParkVIEW UPDATE
Practical sessionVIEW UPDATE
Disarming DisabilityVIEW UPDATE
Introduction to Music Therapy
Introduction to Music TherapyVIEW UPDATE