Hub partnerships are formed on a ‘step on, step off’ basis where partners can collaborate for a single project or stay for the longer journey. BPM partnership working is based on the principles of collective impact collaboration.
The principles of collective impact are:
3rd Space is a term used to describe an environment away from home or school in which young people feel safe and empowered to express themselves freely.
3rd Space Music has emerged as a consortium of non-formal youth music organisations, working together across Bristol to provide alternative opportunities for young people to make music, perform in public and gain industry experience.
3rd Space Music brings organisations together in a network which consults, collaborates and supports each other where beneficial to young people or where risk of service duplication exists.
The 3rd Space Music concept has been arrived at whilst auditing non-formal music activity in the city and follows ongoing conversations with partner organisations in the youth arts sector.
The National Foundation for Youth Music have funded Bristol Music Trust to delivery a three-year programme of work with children and young people in greatest need.
‘A New Ambition for Inclusive Excellence’ will invest £617,000 over three years into transforming music education in Greater Bristol for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability, Looked After Children and Children from Traveller Communities.
This three-year, programme will establish and embed a blueprint for high quality, accessible and inclusive musical opportunities by supporting the workforce, strengthening communities of practice and shaping and advocating sound pedagogy. This new ecosystem will become a living strategy for the ongoing normalisation of the music world.