Case Studies & Success Stories

As nothing brings the impact Make Some Noise makes to life and helps people understand the true value of what we do better than individual stories.

These case studies illustrate
  • how an individual child or young person has experienced a difference in his/her life as a result of the project we have delivered
  • how a musician has experienced a difference professionally as a result of the training we have delivered
  • how an organisation has experienced a difference professional as a result of a partnership with us
  • how a funder has enabled Make Some Noise to experience a difference as a result of their investment
Other "in the moment" stories from can be read in our News Home page

If you would rather hear and watch the differences made you can do this on our social media channels at the bottom of the page


Case Study, Emerging Project Co-ordinator, Enriching Futures

Marie Warner, once a Make Some Noise beneficiary through early years project in 2008 was inspired to become further involved with Make Some Noise and in 2013 with the help of a `Breakthrough' commission, Marie created her own lunch time music project â? Case study attached.


Case Study, Emerging Musicleader, Enriching Futures

Samantha Walker has been involved with Make Some Noise since 2005, beginning her journey at the age of 15 by participating in various projects being run by us. With a 'Breakthrough' commission, Samantha progressed to set up, manage and deliver a new youth choir for her local arts venueeâ?


Case Study, Emerging Music Organisation, Enriching Futures

Re:Source Me is a new company established in 2012 aiming to inspire and educate young people through the creative arts. Having worked previously with Make Some Noise, were able to develop the Beat/Repeat music technology project which worked with a group of young residents from North Staffordshire YMCAAâ?


Case Study, Looked After Participant - Enriching Futures - Make Some Noise

X is a 12 year old boy from a white British background. X lives with his foster family and is in a long-term placement with them, he has been living with them for nearly 4 years. He attends the local school and academically is above average needing no extra support in the classroom


Case Study, Special Education Needs, Enriching Futures

Z is a 14 year old boy from a white British background. He attends a Special School. He has attended this school since the age of 6. Z was quiet and lacked confidence at the beginning of the programme with poor literacy skills


Make Some Noise Impact Report for 2013-2014

Download the Make Some Noise Impact Report for 2013-2014 to learn more about how we help children and young people dealing with challenging circumstances and what our aspirations are for the following year.


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