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We liked: Interaction with the children was very good. Hands-on experience - great opportunity for children to express themselves and experience music!
We learned: For some of the children, the fact that they could “make music” and work as a team to produce a good end result.
What else we noticed: Lots of laughter!
Roger Whitfield, Morley Scouts,
At Aldwark Activity Centre
Great Fun! Fantastic way (again) to close a programme. Light-hearted, and it’s difficult to take yourself seriously :)
By the end of the session, even the most difficult of the young people to engage was enjoying herself, much to the amazement of her mum!
York Stronger Families Programme
We Liked: Going round the group in turn - learning to work together rather than just doing their own thing. Feedback from carers looking after those who need 1-to-1 support said they really enjoyed it, it is something they can join in and express themselves.
Deborah Townend, Yorvik Gateway Club
It was great to see the group really getting it together, and one autistic boy was really thrilled with the experience.
St Peter’s and St Paul’s Church
All day party
We liked: Very inclusive; all ages. Very flexible, I.e., fitted in with event programme.
We learnt: You can achieve a lot in a short time with a good teacher - 5/5!
Julia Preston, GIPSIL Community group, Leeds.
Opportunity for parents and children to do something enjoyable together. Sense of community and spirit. Our challenge as a church is how to capitalise on the atmosphere engendered.
Holgate Methodist Church
“Can you do my funeral?” Anni, 48