Raising young people’s aspirations for life!

The Shine Project has been developed to support secondary schools in the delivery of their SMSC curriculum. Our team of gifted communicators and talented musicians offer a creative and relevant approach to delivering this area of study. Please use our site to discover how The Shine Project could support your school in the near future.


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Shining at All Saints


Last week, The Shine Project worked with All Saints Catholic High School in Sheffield. The team, which included Sheffield Schools Band – The Plan, led a set of assemblies with Year 7 and 8 on the theme of ‘Respect’. Over the course of the two days, the team connected with over 400 students who got… View Article

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What the Schools are saying!

The students have loved the music as we knew they would, but principally they have loved the message that the bands are putting across and that is what we wanted.

Mrs Jill Pollard, Head teacher at DeWarenne Academy, Conisbrough

It's been really great to have the bands in. They've done a fantastic job at connecting with the students and reinforcing the same messages that we give all the time about respecting others, taking responsibility and demonstrating kindness and generosity. The students, for whatever reason, tend to listen to the bands more than us!

Gareth Ingle, Firth Park Academy, Sheffield

The bands have really inspired the students to want to do something in life. I'm convinced some have actually changed from the direction they were going in, and they've said that to us.

Dean Webster, Co-Headteacher, Newfield School, Sheffield

Following SHINE our students have gone away thinking that they can change their future and make choices for themselves - to be individuals who can make a change in their world, in their own personal lives and also to society.

Mrs Mary Pryce, RE Teacher and Head of Personal Development Department, The Hayfield School, Doncaster.