There are a variety of ways the Sajja Arts can help your secondary school. We regularly deliver ‘themed weeks’ where students and staff work alongside creative practitioners to produce a range of work focusing on a specific subject or theme. Students work towards set goals with the main outcome being either a performance, showcase exhibition or short film that can be shared with teachers, students and family & friends.
A popular course with secondary schools is our coursework support program. We offer a range of support and guidance to students embarking on GCSE or BTEC level studies. This may be in the form of:
• Vocal tuition and ensemble leadrship
• GCSE, BTEC and A Level coursework help
• Music coursework composition
• Music Technology Tuition
• Dance Choreography
The Sajja Arts regularly works with young people to address core themes and subjects on the national curriculum. The popular ‘themed week’ allows school students to work alongside a team of creative practitioners to creatively explore a theme or subject through a series of creative workshops delivered on the school site.
We offer support in the following areas:
Our vocal tuition service provide students the opportunity to work with experienced vocal leaders towards examinations and grades. We offer three packages to suit school needs and run sessions throughout the academic year.
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Many schools request coursework help for a variety of subjects including music, dance, art and drama. External help takes the pressure off teachers and students and is a very popular with GCSE and A level subjects.
Another popular course is GCSE and A level music composition help. Often schools will have a set criteria to meet. For example, a class may need to produce individual dance compositions for submission to the exam board. A Sajja Arts music leader will help compose and record all necessary work for final submission with each student.
We offer music technology training both in the school environment and at our Studio based at Ingestre Hall. Students and staff work closely with an experienced studio engineer using a variety of packages including Cubase, ProTool, Logic and various industry standard VST plugins. Students also have the opportunity to learn about the mixing and editing process and explore various microphone positions using both condenser and dynamic microphones. For more information please use our enquiry page to get in touch or call us.
Support in portfolio work including BTEC, GCSE and A level dance choreography.