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Olivia
Northumberland
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When I started 8 years ago, age 9 I wasn't very confident or admittedly very good, now it's the thing I look forward to most in the day, I get to have fun with my friends and do something I'm very passionate about. My social skills and confidence has also improved. Through dedication and working hard I've been lucky enough to be given opportunities which I grasped, I am a Youth Ambassador and I compete nationally . I am now a UK Champion at what I do,I have also performed  as part of Disney Performing Arts at Disneyland Paris...my passion is dance.

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Amy
Blyth

Being involved with Loud Arts has helped me become the person I am today.9 years ago I took part in the very first project called RocksCool,I loved it,I found my true passion for music and now  I am the Lead Vocal Tutor on our music programmes.We develop social interaction, hand-eye co-ordination, team work and respect.If it wasn't for Loud Arts RocksCool project I wouldn't have played at major music venues in the UK or been part of ISYP (intergrated Services for Young People).Simply put It's more than music.

Beth
Blyth

Dancing  helps me when school feels stressful. It can be an escape and a chance to socialise with friends and take my mind off things.I have made friends for life and been given amazing opportunities not only for myself but to help others,it's more than just a dance class.Being part of the Volunteer programme I have the opportunity to dance,create and inspire others.

 

Beth has qualified as a Level 2 Street Cheer Coach which is a nationally recognised qualification & has completed her Makaton training.

Bailey
Cramlington

 I dance everyday, I volunteer and help with our Neptune classes. I help out with children ages 4-8, 12 months ago I wouldn't have made that decision,being involved with Loud Arts has helped me develop as a person to make my own decisions and not bow to peer pressure,I realise my education is important to me.Being a Youth Ambassador and meeting new and inspiring people has given me more confidence to be who I am and I am truly grateful for that.

I have recently taken First Aid in Sports,Exercise and Leisure and Level 2 UKCA Leadership qualification through the United Kingdom Cheerleading Association and has recently completed her Makaton training.

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