Creative Transitions

 
Creative Transitions

 

For young people aged 16-25 with additional needs who are looking for opportunities to develop their arts skills, experience and talents, alongside further education, post school and college.

 

Creative Transitions (CT) offers creative routes through education, employability and work experience into adulthood. 
 
With individual mentoring and opportunities for leadership, progression, Arts Awards accreditation and work placements this is a chance to explore and be inspired. Whatever the starting point, we’re here to support.
 
Taking time to discover and build on individual strengths and interests, including acting, music, film, dance, multimedia technology or a combination, short or longer term, together we find the way forward. 

Creative Transitions is an outreach project aimed at bringing young people together, reducing social isolation and promoting the premise of reaching positive destinations in life through the arts. CT focuses on the young person’s strengths, capabilities and the outcomes they want to achieve.

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What We Offer

 

 

CT Arts Intro for 16- 25 years 

Wednesday 1pm – 3pm,  at Estcourt Street, Goole

Arts workshops covering film, music, theatre, multimedia, visual arts and/ or dance.

A termly rotating programme of arts themes that are developed based on the interests of the group.

Learn a new skill, get creative, work on leadership skills, gain (optional) Arts Awards accreditation, engage and connect with others and work alongside professional artists and experienced educators. Designed to work alongside further education or post school and college.

CT Arts Taster Sessions for 16-25s

For young people wanting to get involved in the arts, learn how to compose a song, write a play, explore filmmaking, work on acting skills and more!

 

Our CT team can help with developing arts pathways, supporting young people to navigate their interests in the arts alongside or post school and college. Running on an ongoing basis throughout the year in local communities.

Get in touch to find out more about free CT Castaway taster sessions.

For Schools and Colleges

Our CT team can attend transition meetings, EHCP meetings, open events and talk to young people about arts pathways and arts careers.

For Year 11 onwards, our highly qualified and trained industry and education specialists can plan and deliver bespoke workshop packages for schools and colleges.

  • Experience the arts with professional creative leaders

  • Gain Arts Awards accreditation

  • Work to Gatsby Career Benchmarks

  • Develop cross curricular links

  • Work towards a specific project

 

1 to 1 Family Support Meetings

We work alongside young people and their families, supporting and discovering individual interests and ambitions.

We help young people find and follow their individual creative pathways. For young people feeling anxious about making the first step towards joining a group, we can offer a graduated approach to getting started in order to build confidence.

We can offer 1:1 telephone, video call or in-person meet ups to discuss needs and interests.

Creative Transitions
What's On
Music Transitions

For young people 14-25 with additional needs to continue music making across the transition from school to adulthood.

Time and Location

Every Wednesday

6.30pm to 8.30pm, term time

At Linkage College, Beverley

About the event

Music Transitions is a friendly and accessible music making group in Beverley. We develop music skills and a love of music by playing instruments, composing music, listening and performing. 

If you would like to learn more about this event or book on, please contact Castaway on:  01405 761423

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CT Beverley Outreach
at Linkage College

Fly Girls Filmmaker, Katie will be visiting Linkage College in Beverley throughout July to work with media to create an independent short film.

Time and Location

8th and 15th July 

PM 

At Linkage College, Beverley

About the event

As part of the 'partnership working' between Castaway Music Theatre and Linkage College, Castaway tutor and filmmaker Katie will be working creatively with students and talking to them about her arts pathway to professional filmmaker. 

CT Doncaster Outreach

Katie (film tutor) and Emma (music tutor) will be visiting The Pleasance care home near Doncaster to work with residents and staff on a music, art and film project. 

 

Time and Location

Tuesday 7th June 

Evening 

The Pleasance, Doncaster 

 

About the event

As part of our community outreach work Creative Transitions offer small scale arts projects with options to transition to further long-term Castaway arts provision in Goole

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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.

Into Adulthood

We want young people to feel prepared and have the confidence to take the next step into adulthood.

We promote a collaborative approach, building self-esteem and empowering young people to reach positive destinations in life.

 

More at Castaway

Alongside attending CT there are opportunities to access further experiences at Castaway including:

  • Academy day courses in music, film, theatre, multimedia and dance in Goole (and online)

  • Castaway Saturday Youth Theatre  

  • Music Group in Goole and Beverley

  • Castaway Main Theatre Company (working towards an annual big show) in Goole

  • Friday Volunteers Group – FindUs. Help us connect with other organisations and communities.

  • Online evening Art Club 

  • Opportunities to access work experience at Castaway and beyond

 

Arts Award Accreditation 

Castaway Music Theatre is a registered Arts Award Centre and our staff are Arts Award Trained from Discover through to Explore, Bronze, Silver and Gold. Accreditation is optional and learners  start at the level most suited to them. Four of the levels are on the RQF (Regulated Qualifications Framework) and the highest level includes 16 UCAS points. We develop our Arts Award provision creatively with the interests of the young person first and foremost. From sixth formers completing our Discover a DJ Arts Award to a college leaver working towards Gold, we cover the range of possibilities.