song writing

Aspire - Spring Term, 2010

Polygon Arts is pleased to again be a partner delivering Toynbee Hall's Aspire project.

Aspire works with Year 9 (13-14 year olds) students from various schools across East London, encouraging them to actively engage with their learning and life opportunities. The Aspire students are referred to the project because they fall into the category of ‘excluded within school rather than from school’.

Youth Club Linking Project (2009)

Members  of Somali Family Support Group youth group, St John’s Church Hendon and Edgware District Reform Synagogue met once every three weeks to get to know each other, to engage in workshops, to work together on a project of their choice...and of course to have a great time!

Inter-faith Arts Week (2008)

The project brought together young students from different faith schools and communities. It provided an opportunity for young people educated and typically sheltered in their own communities to meet and learn with/from people from other communities, whilst working towards a Bronze Arts Award qualification. 

School of Rock

Students work with professional musicians to write, perform and record their own original song in one day. Lyrics express a chosen PSHCE theme - past songs have covered bullying, drugs, transitions, the environment.

School of Rock Activity Pack

Resource Pack of lyrics, ideas and activities to accompany the CD of original songs created by Primary classes with Polygon musicians. Themes include: bullying, drugs, the environment, transitions, school.

For your copy of the CD, please email for your copy of the CD - 8 songs plus 8 instrumental 'sing-along' tracks just £7 inc. P&P.