Blog

Employability Skills Workshops

Workshops for EAL students focusing on employability skills, positive wellbeing & confidence Delivering workshops at St Mark’s Academy in Mitcham & CARAS (Community Action for Refugees & Asylum Seekers) in Tooting, supporting vulnerable EAL young people facing the additional challenges of finding meaningful employment post-pandemic. The aim of these workshops is to support the young […]

Creative Arts Group

Attic’s Creative Arts Group is a free Saturday workshop for young people aged 10-14 to boost confidence and skills through a range of arts activities including film making, drama and creative writing. The sessions allow members to express their creative ideas and help them to navigate this challenging point in their young lives, giving them […]

Leap!

Leap! school holiday camps bring 7-12 year olds from across Merton together to make friends, have fun and get creative! Using artistic activities such as drama and storytelling to let their imaginations run wild, our expert facilitators guide children as they learn  creative skills, work together as a team and find new ways to express […]

Pollards Oak

A short play about Pollards Hill commissioned for our Elders group written by Fiona Branson. Inspired by the creative workshops she had run with the Elder’s group, Fiona has created an original piece incorporating the history, concerns and experiences of the New Horizon’s Lunch Club. It will be performed to the group in a script […]

Small Things

A short film made with the community at Love Wimbledon’s Autumn Art Market. We asked people to take a moment to reflect on the small things that make us feel alive. This project was made in September 2017, inspired by the themes of The Death of Ivan Ilyich.