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Our school is working with youth work charity called Canaan Project, supporting young women aged 11-19 in Tower Hamlets.

Canaan runs a number of clubs in the local community and in secondary schools around the borough as well as offering one-to-one mentoring for young women and a regular programme of trips and residentials. Canaan's vision is to see all young women in Tower Hamlets flourish and as a charity, to ensure all of the activities are of high standards but completely free. Discover more about their work and how you can support them here.



UKSA is a maritime youth charity and world-renowned training centre of excellence.  UKSA inspires and supports children and young people to broaden their horizons through inspirational water-based adventures and are passionate about enhancing life skills, developing resilience, confidence and teamwork.

UKSA’s ambition is to work with more and more children and young people, helping them build positive futures and pathways into maritime employment. Discover more about UKSA here.



A FAMILY OF CHOIRS FOR ALL YOUNG LONDONERS: At the heart of London Youth Choirs (LYC) is a family of ten choirs for young people from school year 3 to age 23. The choirs meet once a week in term-time, and perform regularly throughout the year across London and beyond. LYC exists for all the young singers in our diverse world city. 

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Music Workshops run by Naveen Arles at George Green's School

Naveen Arles of Newham, directs four choirs including the London International Gospel Choir (LIGC) and a Newham Youth Choir. He is also the Fringe Director of the Brandenburg Choral Festival, putting together a program of a cappella and small, non-choral ensemble performances for its year-round series.  For several years, he was Artistic Director of the London International Gospel Choir (LIGC),  performing regularly on all UK broadcast formats. Nav’s strong belief in inclusion, equality and social justice has led him to work with homelessness and rehabilitation centres and he co-founded Sanctuary Voices for refugees and asylum seekers. The majority of his work is voluntary.

Learn more about Naveen Alles here






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