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Castaway Post 16 Academy

Description

For young people who love acting, dance, film, music and multimedia arts, our WEA partnership programme provides courses of weekly daytime sessions in an environment with quality resources. Delivered by professional artists these workshops provide skills development in specific art forms and opportunities to perform to local and regional audiences.

Students enrol on these courses on a termly or yearly basis, one or more days a week. These sessions can be used by young people to enhance post 16 education and training choices and are ideal for any young person with a keen interest in the arts and a desire to develop artistic and leadership skills.

Arts Awards

Young people up to the age of 25 work towards Trinity Arts Award accreditation at Entry level and Levels 1 and 2 (Regulated National Qualifications Framework), helping to develop leadership, communication and creative skills. Ask staff about how to sign up.

Location
Castaway Goole Music Theatre
Eastcourt St
Goole
DN14 5AS
Registered service and regulatory body

Castaway is a registered charity accredited by ERCVYS and run by experienced education and arts professionals. All activities are delivered by professional artists who are trained in working with people with additional needs, with specialist support workers.

Castaway partnership provision is joint funded and regulated by Workers Educational Association (WEA).

Staff training and experience

All staff receive regular training and updates for supporting young people with SEND. All leaders have teaching or leader training qualifications.

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Description

For young people who love acting, dance, film, music and multimedia arts, our WEA partnership programme provides courses of weekly daytime sessions in an environment with quality resources. Delivered by professional artists these workshops provide skills development in specific art forms and opportunities to perform to local and regional audiences.

Students enrol on these courses on a termly or yearly basis, one or more days a week. These sessions can be used by young people to enhance post 16 education and training choices and are ideal for any young person with a keen interest in the arts and a desire to develop artistic and leadership skills.

Arts Awards

Young people up to the age of 25 work towards Trinity Arts Award accreditation at Entry level and Levels 1 and 2 (Regulated National Qualifications Framework), helping to develop leadership, communication and creative skills. Ask staff about how to sign up.

Age
16-25
How to access
  • You can self refer by calling
  • You can self refer with an online form or email
  • You will need to book a place before going
Who is this for?
  • Any type of disability or learning difficulty
  • Anyone with a disability or SEN, diagnosis not needed.