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Project Y Nott Report & Toolkit

At the heart of the project was an ambition to properly understand the value, purpose and contribution of music sessions that were provided for Children in Challenging Circumstances.


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Interventions for CCC are considered a standard part of plans developed by the Youth Justice Intervention Team, in consultation with the individual. The extent of interventions vary, depending on the engagement young people have had with the Youth Justice Intervention Team and can incorporate elements of an educational curriculum, attendance at treatment or rehabilitation programmes, volunteering and work experience opportunities, as well as what are often considered extra-curricular activities, for example, sports or music activities. For some young people, the range and types of interventions are prescribed by the Courts; for others, the interventions can be negotiated, and perhaps aligned to personal interests. Within a climate of austerity and funding compromises, and the need for services to be flexible, selective and creative, this project sought to understand how music sessions were offered to CCC and how they choose them. Distinctively, this project sought to include the voice of CCC as well as other stakeholders in considering the provision of music sessions.

 

 

 

 

 


Download Now:  Project Y Nott

Or, to view the toolkit online within your browser, please click here.