PROGRAMMES

Make Some Noise believe music can inspire children, young people, families and teachers and for many is also a catalyst for positive change, especially for those who are dealing with challenges in their life.

Our highly professional musicians work with a variety of groups from babies, toddlers and their families, to challenging or excluded young people, in youth settings, community venues, theatres, schools or specialist units helping to build confidence, skills and experience in music making. We also provide a wide range of team building and business workshops and can flex our service to suit your needs.

Every Make Some Noise project achieves specific outcomes for children and young people. Examples of specific outcomes include:

  • Improved communication skills
  • Improved access to music making opportunities
  • Increased confidence to express own views and opinions
  • Increased engagement of isolated young people in music making
  • Develop participants’ musical skills and understanding
  • Improved team-working skills
  • Improved confidence and self-esteem
  • Improved language and literacy of under-5’s at risk of delay

UPCOMING PROJECTS

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Beatbox Orchestra

Suitable for ages 10 -18, a technology project that focuses on beatboxing and vocalising alongside singing. By making music that young people would choose to...

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Wired for Sound

Budding musicians, singers and songwriters aged 14-19 years old are invited to take part in an exciting four day music industry masterclass in Stafford....

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Shaping Access

Make Some Noise is undertaking a new research and development project and is looking for organisations and charities with a Special Educational Needs and...

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Staffordshire Rock & Pop Mapping

The purpose of this mapping exercise is to identify existing rock and pop provisions in formal and non-formal settings for children and young people...

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Sandwell Rock & Pop Mapping

The purpose of this mapping exercise was to identify existing rock and pop provision in formal and non-formal settings for children and young people...

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The New EnginEars

The New EnginEars is a young person led music making project which supports the creative, social, personal and emotional development of young carers aged...

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Positive Sounds

What is Positive Sounds? Positive Sounds is a programme aimed at Looked After Children aged between 6 – 24 in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent. The...

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Soundpots in Baby Rooms

We are currently recruiting nursery settings who wish to take part in this exciting project.  We are particularly interested in settings who wish to...

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Positive Labels Tamworth

Positive Labels Tamworth is a partnership project with professional recording facility Sinewave Studios in Tamworth. This project gives talented young musicians the opportunity to...

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Positive Labels Birmingham

Positive Labels Birmingham is a partnership project with professional recording facility SongLab in Birmingham.   This project gives talented young musicians the opportunity to...

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Upbeat Families

Upbeat Families is a FREE fun Music and Movement project for military families (supporting parents/carers and their children aged 0-5 years old). As a...

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Early Hurly Burly 3

Early Hurly Burly is an unprecedented partnership of West Midlands library services and music organisations, together with other partners. We believe that the lives...