Beverley Ward < writing >
Writer, facilitator, writing coach and owner of The Writers Workshop. Beverley supports children, adults and young people at all stages of their writing journeys through workshops, coaching, retreats and manuscript feedback. Read more.
Creative DJ School < music technology >
Creative DJ School provide 1-1 lessons and group workshops in DJ and music production for schools, charities and private clients. They aim to create fun and engaging experiences designed to suit all abilities. Read more.
Link Learning < music technology, SEND >
Link Learning is a team of teachers, musicians and artists that work with schools, children’s hospitals and community centres to deliver high-quality creative activities that encourage musical exploration, discovery and experimentation. Read more.
DECSY < Global Learning, drama, P4C >
DECSY exists to promote Global Learning: an approach to education that increases understanding of complex global issues, such as world poverty, conflict, climate change, racism and migration and thinking about how to create a better world. We work with teachers and many others involved in education with the aim to inspire and inform so that educators can confidently bring the global perspective into their teaching. Read more.
Matthew Laurie < special needs training, community music >
Matthew Laurie specialises in Community Music and Special Needs Training. Matthew devises and leads community music projects, collaborating with special schools to embed music and communication practice whilst also helping families to support children with special needs. Read more.
Carmel Page < storytelling >
Carmel is a freelance Storyteller, Artist in Education, Community Artist, Author & Creative Mentor. She has a wide breadth of experiences and skill, working with a plethora of organisations and settings across the city. Read more.
Grimm & Co < writing, storytelling >
Grimm & Co is a Yorkshire literacy charity providing exciting writing workshops for children and young people, aged 7-18, unleashing imaginations through the joyful discovery of stories.
The workshops they deliver cover lots of different types of writing, from comedy writing and stories, to poems, plays and monologues. These workshops are all free to the child and young person and encourages self-esteem, resilience, and self-belief, raising literacy levels and building confidence. Read more.
Virtual School < children in care, creative curriculum >
The Virtual School for Children Looked After (SCC) coordinates educational services for children in their care from 2 to 18 years old. They work in partnership with a child or young person’s school (or the education establishment at which they are registered) and social worker to ensure they are supported to fulfil their potential at all stages of their education. The Virtual School want to give them the best opportunity to be successful in their adult lives. Read more.