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About Music Changes Moods

 

Music Changes Moods project is aimed at empowering children and young people, not only in their schools lives but also in their external social activities.
This is done via the medium of creative expression.
Artist MC Fizzy has seen the positive impact first hand, project is
when pupils have attended his classes and gained
confidence and new skills.About Music Changes Moods

 Whilst working with various Capital London school children the BBC produced a
news piece with was aired on a prime-time BBC News slot. The Mayor of Brent was
our special guest at one of the children’s performances, which she enjoyed
thoroughly.
This gave the schools involved an opportunity to be a part of the 2012

Olympic build up.
In the final week of the project, pupils will be selected to perform

their work in a showcase to their peers and parents.
Every year Music Changes Moods Music project will host a concert involving the children from all the schools

who attended the workshops, which would be filmed by the BBC team.
This 
innovative project will promote great teamwork among peers.
BBC news report:

Beginning of Forever (Olympics 2012 Press pack) View link here:
http:// www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-13269829 
Testimonial for Dean Blair:
 
During the first part of 2012, MC Fizzy collaborated with our school and a group of 50 children.
He worked alongside our music teacher to build the confidence and the aspirations of our children.
He raised the profile of the Olympics, team work, peer support, reaching goals and achieving your best.
Thanks to projects like MC Fizzy’s, the children of Pakeman Primary School are still on an upwards journey to develop their ambitions, their speaking and listening and their confidence.
 
Thank you for the work you accomplished with Pakeman children.
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Emma Bonnin (Assistant Head)