Every year, Salusbury World seeks opportunities to work with specialist organisations to deliver creative projects for young people in our partner schools.
Current/recent collaborations include:
For the third year, we will be collaborating with English PEN in the Brave New Voices project, funded by John Lyon’s Charity.
This brings together writers, poets and newly-arrived young refugees and asylum-seekers in a celebration of creativity, translation and multilingualism. Students in Capital City Academy and Newman Catholic College have enjoyed a run of workshops with established poets, Simon Mole and Raymond Antrobus. At the end of each year beautiful anthologies are published and launched at a celebratory event at the Free Word Centre.
Salusbury World at Capital City Academy:
Salusbury World at Newman Catholic College:
Run by musicaction.org
This project uses music in the classroom to build understanding towards refugees, and people of all backgrounds.
It’s a remarkable programme of music workshops which improve emotional wellbeing and build confidence among refugee pupils and their peers through fun, inclusive music activity. Music facilitators from refugee backgrounds share their stories and music with pupils, and support children to create original music in response.
Run by Scarabeus Aerial Theatre, http://www.scarabeus.co.uk/ . This project ‘Take Part’ brings together groups of migrant and non-migrant communities to aid communication, improve understanding and challenge negative perceptions around refugee arrivals. Participants also develop physical and creative skills using exciting and inspirational aerial techniques.
www.refugeeweek.org.uk This annual celebration in June is an important part of the Salusbury World calendar and we organise a wide variety of activities, visits, collaborations & creative workshops.
We are collaborating with https://www.headliners.org/ in an exciting project which will use creative photography and journalism techniques with young asylum seekers and refugees in a series of one-off workshops and projects to empower them to express themselves and tell their stories.
We will co-produce a patchwork of media content with the young people that captures their individual voices and highlights the stories that they want to tell in their own words. The work may showcase their interests, dreams and aspirations or it may be about the challenges they faced in the past or currently face now. Ultimately it will show young refugees as individuals.