S(WhyCh)ed On  participants learn valuable musical skills – instrumental playing, singing, songwriting, recording and performance, which in turn engender the learning of cooperation, sharing, compromise, creativity, and concentration – all skills that become invaluable as they face new challenges, and begin to form new friendships and develop social skills.

Additionally, S(WhyCh)ed On  helps to overcome the effects of social isolation that many of the participants experience, as schooling is often delivered away from their locality, robbing them of the opportunity to be part of a friendship network in their own community.

Use this project to get your Arts Award certificates and your AQA Units