Creative Transitions

Creative Transitions


For over 16s with additional needs who are looking for opportunities to develop their arts skills, experience and talents, alongside and post school and college, Creative Transitions (CT) offers creative routes through education, employability and work experience into adulthood. 


Through outreach, online and face to face weekly workshops and courses, CT brings together young people with a passion for the arts to learn and make work alongside professional artists. 


With individual mentoring and opportunities for leadership, progression, Arts Awards accreditation and work placements (online or face to face) this is a chance to explore and be inspired. Whatever your starting point, we’re here to support you on your pathway. 


Taking time as you discover and build on your individual strengths and interests, whether in acting, music, film, dance, multimedia technology or a combination, short or longer term we’ll work with you to find a route forward. 

An outreach project aimed at bringing together young people, reducing social isolation and promoting the premise of reaching positive destinations in life. CT focusses on the young person’s strengths, capabilities and the outcomes they want to achieve.

Creative Transitions is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund to work with young people across Yorkshire and Humberside through outreach 360° around Goole. 

If you’re under 25 and you or a family member want to find out more, call Emma (Project Coordinator) 07591 800818 or CONTACT US.

Creative Transitions
What's On
  • CT Arts Taster Sessions
    On Going
    Ever wanted to write your own song, create your own film or learn how theatre works? You can do this by accessing our free arts taster sessions for young people aged 16 - 25. Recruiting now in Beverley
  • CT Arts Intro Course
    Wed, 08 Sept
    Castaway-Goole Music Theatre
    Enrolling Now! Creative Transitions Arts Intro is where young people (16 to 25 years) with additional needs can come together to make music, theatre, drama, film and multimedia every week during term time.