Street school is delivered by the impact consortium who make up Alford House, 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning and Raw Material. We provide a programme of integrated activities run in three different venues targeting 40 young people who are the most vulnerable and at risk and who struggle to access formal education and employment opportunities including; NEET; school exclusion; care leavers; those offending or at risk of offending and disabled young people.
The programme is designed to focus on an individual’s needs, and each participant will be provided with a designated support worker who will work with them to create a personalised timetable of activities and training designed to raise their aspirations and equip them for positive, productive futures. The programme offers participants the following:
- Accredited skill development
Creative arts including photography, graphics and illustration.
Music and radio production
Marketing and promotion
- Life Skills knowledge & stabilisation
Cookery. Learning techniques, creating menus, understanding nutrition, developing good shopping and budgeting habits
- Work/Business Ready
CV writing, interview techniques, portfolio building, job and training search, starting your own business, money management and work experience
If you would like to get involved in the project or require further information, you can contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org OR call us: 0207 737 6103
Street School at Raw Material
At Raw Material, you will be given the opportunity to learn music production using Logic Pro, how to make your own beats and a chance to record in our studio with in-house producers. Our music technology workshops will support your musical development.