Work with children who have ASN

Happy Ears run a number of workshops and individual tuition in Ednburgh with children and young people who have an ASN.

Kaimes School

Happy Ears is at Kaimes school every Thursday. Creating original songs and sounds for animated projects and running interactive music sessions for primary and secondary learners. Follow the link to the school website where you can hear examples of this work.

“I’m thrilled to say that the children and young people at Kaimes have gained so much from their involvement with Oliver from Happy Ears”

Ros Miller, Head Teacher, Kaimes School

Also currently running weekly interactive creative music classes at Pilrig Park secondary school and Prospect Bank Primary

Individual Tuition

Happy Ears one to one guitar and ukulele classes for children and young adults take place on a Saturday at St Margarets Episcopal Church, Easter Road. Oliver has 10 years of working experience with people who have additional support needs. Contact for more information.

Play Schemes and activity centres:

At the Yard Happy Ears sessions have been run on a regular basis for over 3 years.

“Oliver is warm, talented and very skilled with kids with ASN”

Celine Sinclair, Chief Executive of The Yard

During Summer holidays 2014 Happy Ears workshops took place  at Braidburn and Oaklands with Kidzcare Playscheme consortium.

Happy Ears is available to come to your school, activity, playscheme or respite centre follow link to our Contact page. Group leader Oliver is a member of the PVG scheme.

 

Thistle

Oliver with Clyde the commonwealth thistle at Kaimes 2014.

 

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