An alternative education using creative arts and digital media for year 7 to 11 students who are not in mainstream education.
Studio School is aimed at students who are in (or at risk of going in to) pupil referral units, specialist schools or alternative providers.
The purpose of Studio School is to be part of the ‘recovery curriculum’ and fill the gaps of student’s learning using activities that are in their appeal and interest. Studio School aspires to recover the loss of self-esteem and aspirations in their engagement with school and learning, due to the impact of COVID-19 and the lack of face to face engagement during lockdown.
What will my student/child get out of Studio School?
- Students will have developed a range of literacy, numeracy and ICT skills using music, drama, spoken word, film making including other multimedia & ICT activities.
- Students will have improved their team working and communication abilities including a wide range of other independent transferable skills.
- Students will have improved their confidence, self esteem, interest and aspiration towards learning.
- Students will have achieved an Arts Award Qualification.
What does the Studio School involve?
- Each session will be 2 hours long.
- Sessions are between 1-3 days a week (students can engage with as many sessions as they want/need).
- Each term is 6-8 weeks (students can engage with as many terms as they want/need).
To refer your student/child to Studio School or for more info then please contact Sam Malik, Projects Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.