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amplify

what is the  amplify programme?

Amplify is our community programme of free and low cost activities which strives to reach young people where they are, in their communities. We will be beginning our third year of activity this September working with partners at The Hill Community Centre, Banbury Mosque, Let’s Play Project and Connection Support in addition to our open access Monday night group at Banbury College and our new Bicester Youth Theatre.

If you would like to learn more about any aspect of the programme, please email Amplify Programme Manager Kizzy Horgan:

banbury mosque

Our visual arts sessions at Banbury Mosque are for children in KS1 and KS2. These sessions involve a variety of visual art forms for participants to build their skills and enjoy the arts; creating work to be exhibited at the mosque and in the wider community. The group have visited local arts experiences, worked towards their arts award certificates, participated in workshops from local visiting artists and created pieces of art work to display and take home with them.

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connection support

Our visual arts sessions with Connection Support at The Mill Arts Centre are for children and young people aged 8-18 years who have recently arrived in the UK. These sessions explore different types of visual art forms to express participant's passions and interests. The group have participated in workshops with local visiting artists, worked towards their Arts Award certificates, engaged with local arts experiences and created pieces of art work of their own to display.

the hill

Our drama and visual arts sessions at The Hill Community Centre are for children aged 8-12 years living locally. These sessions vary between all different creative activities for participants to experience a range of art forms through their participation. The group have created pieces of art work to take home with them, visited local arts experiences, worked towards their arts award certificates and participated in workshops with local visiting artists.

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let's play

Our drama and visual arts sessions at Let's Play Project are for young people aged 12-18 years with learning disabilities. These sessions focus on the interests and cater to the needs of participants to create creative work that they are proud to share with family and friends. The group have worked towards their Arts Award certificates, shared their work through performances, visited local theatres to see shows and participated in workshops with local visiting artists. 

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