What is Rock On:
Rock On is for young people who love their music – and want to make more of it.
If you’re in to rock and pop, or keen on DJ-ing, and aged 11 to 18, then Rock On offers all sorts of ways for you to play, from have-a-go sessions to one-to-one tuition and band practice.
You might be a complete beginner, or an experienced player – either way, Rock On is here to help you get more out of your music.
And at the same time, you’ll be getting more out of life – making music you’ll meet people with similar interests, make friends, and get to play together.
Rock On will also work in supported housing programmes, piloting new ways of engaging with families with school age children and young parents, their partners and babies. Music soothes, music binds; Rock On will explore ways of bringing people together through a shared love of music.
Rock On is delivered in partnership with Access Community Trust, Lowestoft and CYDS, (Young People Taking Action) in Leiston.
Designated Youth Workers from both organisations will be actively involved in the sessions and train with the professional music tutors to deliver Arts Awards; these increased skills, experience and knowledge will help sustain the project beyond its end date of December 2019.
Who is Rock On for:
Rock On regular sessions are for young people aged 11 – 18 attending the CYDS youth club run by CYDS at 53 High Street, Leiston IP16 4EL.
The CYDS project is a youth open access centre for all young people aged 8 to 29 and is completely free to all young people. To find out more, call 01728 830716 or email email@example.com
Rock On will also run taster sessions in housing support programmes run by Access Community Trust in Lowestoft and Felixstowe, and will develop those tasters into projects for the residents who may be families with children aged up to 18, or young parents under the age of 25.
When & Where is project name happening:
Rock On regular sessions in Leiston are 7pm – 9pm on Mondays at CYDS up to and including 3rd December 2018.
CYDS Accessibility: Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet
Rock On regular sessions in Lowestoft have now closed.
Sessions at Coppice Court, Lowestoft have begun again after a summer break. These sessions are open to residents only.
Candida Wingate on 01986 873 955 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rock On music project is a development of the highly successful Rock Up programme: you can read the Rock Up Project Report here
Rock On is supported by Youth Music and using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England; Suffolk Community Foundation through Sabariah’s Fund; the generosity of the Jay Singers.