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Youth Music

CLADAC – The Impact of Arts and Creativity Training Session

CLADAC – The Impact of Arts and Creativity Training Session

On Wednesday 15th June, the final session in soundLINCS’ series of three training workshops in partnership with the Child Learning and Development Advisory Centre (CLADAC) took place. The first two sessions, ‘Build a Brain – Early Years’ and ‘The Teenage Brain’, focused on the development of the human brain in …

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Project Y Nott Case Studies

Project Y Nott Case Studies

Project Y Nott is soundLINCS’ music delivery with the Nottinghamshire Youth Justice Service. It is part of soundLINCS’ Youth Music FundC musical inclusion programme, which is taking place throughout Nottinghamshire, Leicester/shire and Lincolnshire over the next 3 years. The project delivers music workshops and training with Children in Challenging Circumstances across 5 …

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All’s Well with soundWELL at Lincoln County Hospital

All’s Well with soundWELL at Lincoln County Hospital

The paediatric wards and playrooms at Lincoln County Hospital have been alive with the sound of music for the last few months. soundLINCS and United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust (ULHT) have collaborated on soundWELL, a hands-on music workshop encouraging young patients to participate in a fun, relaxing and therapeutic music …

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Why Give Music Workshops to Hearing Impaired & Deaf Children?

Why Give Music Workshops to Hearing Impaired & Deaf Children?

“What is music without sound?” It may resemble a debate from a university Philosophy lecture or the musings of a great thinker, but is in reality one of the most common questions Leicestershire Hearing Impaired Service are asked, forming part of a  shocking common misconception that music is a solely audible art-form and therefore …

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Are 1-2-1s the Way-To-Go for Engagement and Participation with Young Offenders?

Are 1-2-1s the Way-To-Go for Engagement and Participation with Young Offenders?

soundLINCS Forays Success in effectively engaging a child or young person in your workshop or activity can be one of the greatest accomplishments, failure to engage on the other hand is one of the biggest barriers to a successful project and, when working with Children in Challenging Circumstances (CCC), this …

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soundLINCS Continues Hitting the Right Notes with Funding Success

soundLINCS Continues Hitting the Right Notes with Funding Success

Lincoln based East Midlands music development organisation soundLINCS are celebrating this week after the announcement that they have succeeded in becoming 1 of just 13 organisations nationwide to receive a substantial National Foundation for Youth Music Grant of almost half a million pounds for 2015-18. soundLINCS is now a Youth Music strategic …

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soundLINCS are Putting the Focus on Folk!

soundLINCS are Putting the Focus on Folk!

A new mapping resource has gone live on soundLINCS’ website to help young people find folk groups and opportunities across the East Midlands and help put the Focus on Folk! With almost 100 entries and growing all the time, if you’ve ever wanted to play, learn about or even just …

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‘I Could Do That’ – Play Music When I Don’t Have Any Instruments

‘I Could Do That’ – Play Music When I Don’t Have Any Instruments

This is the second of our 4 videos illustrating the active learning provided at our Early Years Arts in the Park – ‘I Could Do That’ day last year.  This video offers an overview of the workshop ‘Play Music When I Don’t Have Any Instruments’ with soundLINCS’ Music Facilitator Heather Benson. Heather has …

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