AIMCommunity provides a variety of opportunities for young people to access support and creative learning including; Starfish mentoring run in conjuction with BCP Council, AIM Arts Academy and a creative after school club.
The AIM Arts Academy provides a range of music and media based alternative learning opportunities for young people aged 16-18 in a creative and supportive environment. The courses are designed to enable young people to gain qualifications and experience in relevant creative industries while being supported through out. Programmes offered:
- Digital Media (Level 2 and 3)
- Music Business & Technology (Level 2 and 3)
- English (Functional Skills Level 1 and 2 and GCSE)
- Maths (Functional Skills Level 1 and 2 and GCSE)
- ICT (Functional Skills Level 1 and 2)
East Howe Youth Centre
- BH10 5HD
- 01202 548208
- Contact Name
- Richard Newland
- Contact Position
- Project Manager
- See Journey Planner on right-hand side of this page, where you can view bus, car and train routes from your location.
- Area coverage
Times, Age & Costs
- Times Available:
- See website for details.
School Term Only
Weekday After School
- From 8 years to 18 years .
- Contact provider directly for costs
- Other Costs:
- Reductions and sponsorship available for young people on free school meals or on application for individual circumstances
Cultural & Additional Needs
- Special Provisions:
Behaviour, Emotional & Social Difficulty
Speech, Language & Communication Needs
- Referral Criteria:
Via Social Services
Via GP or other health professional
- Are your staff DBS Approved?
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance?