There is ongoing self assessment, peer observation, teaching observations and evaluations. Incorporating various learning styles and methods with an unwritten policy of age and social environment gaps being bridged, evident in practice.
Benefits from our projects include the following:
– Young people are more active and there is greater community cohesion.
– Young people become involved in a community event, have a sense of inclusion.
– Good atmosphere and vibe created, this leads to good performances and creativity.
– Artists share knowledge and ideas.
– Numbers integrated in learning both traditional music and electronic.
– Participants who attend the course's do so punctually and regularly.
– Participants follow-up and continue their progression after the initial course.
– Reduction in re-offending.
– Reduction in anti social behaviour.
– Opportunities to take part in events, performing and organising.
– Improves mental and emotional well being.
– Young people relate well to others and can build positive relationships.
– Young people are involved in decision making and service delivery.
– Young people have more autonomy.
– Increases number of young people in education, employment and training.
– Opportunities for Internships, tutoring, setting up of own workshops, etc.
– Enhances course development for Grooveschool. Further ability to offer on an inclusive basis.
– Evaluation of the potential to provide accessible music-making opportunities for SEN/D children and young adults.
– To be able to provide more detailed subjects across the musical spectrum.