Superact has been working in the Justice System since its formation with a clear vision of providing performance and workshop opportunities to those in prison with the overall aim of reducing re-offending and improving personal development.

We work with people of all ages in a range of prisons, Juvenile Secure Units, Youth Offending Teams (YOTs) and Pupil Referral Units (PRUs). Superact sends professional artists into these settings for a range of projects, which have in the past seen groups working towards the production of a CD, a performance within a justice setting or a qualification which will aid their employability.

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Musical Pathways

Musical Pathways wass a Big Lottery Research Programme project. It began in 2011 and saw Superact's professional musicians enter a range of youth justice settings over two years to work with young offenders. The research is being conducted by our partners the University of the…



Music in Time

The Music in Time project ran from November 2009 to May 2010 and aimed to provide an informal, interactive and creative programme of workshops which would encourage older prisoners to remain engaged with learning and social activity. We wanted to inspire participants to discov…



Musicians in Residence at Canterbury Prison

From 2010- 2011 Superact was offered the exciting opportunity to provide two musicians in residence at Canterbury Prison. These musicians delivered weekly sessions, looking at a variety of musical skills and genres, developing skills of participants who are working towards the…



Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness

What is SEPE?

Supporting Employability and Personal Effectiveness (SEPE) is a new BTEC qualification being offered by Edexcel and Superact.

The SEPE award is designed to help those who may find accessing traditional routes to employability challenging, to bui…



Hand on Crafts

Hand on Crafts was a national pilot project that ran between autumn 2012 and spring 2013. It was funded by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and managed by Voluntary Arts England. Hand on Crafts was a cross generational initiative that sought to explore young people’s perceptions o…



Creative Pathways

In February 2015 Superact completed its Consortia development project funded by the National Offender Management Service, (NOMS CFO). Superact led this project with 6 other organisations which …



Creation Space

In February 2015 Superact completed their Creation Space project which was a programme of commissioned by Tribal new futures. It consisted of 3 Supporting Employability and Personal Ef…



Crafty Schools

Project Details

This project engaged both teachers and children showing them how traditional skills such as textile weaving, felt making, natural dyeing  and willow weaving are relevant in a modern context…



Teenage Parents Project

Project Details

Superact is working with young parents to develop a network for them to lead on across Devon that will offer training opportunities, friendship and mentoring. Superact will be delivering SE…