UK Education Projects

Superact works across a broad range of educational settings, delivering projects with people through from primary school to Universities. By using a number of techniques including music, dance and crafts, Superact engages young people through the arts in order to enrich their lives and add value to existing educational programmes.

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 is 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 of…



Somerset College

Superact regularly provide artists who deliver a range of interventions and performances to students at Somerset College in Taunton, where Superact are based, as part of the College’s enrichment programme. Work so far has ranged from a World Music Day for the students to a s…



Ansford School

In 2008, Superact was given the exciting opportunity to collapse the key stage three music curriculum at Ansford School, Castle Cary. This pilot scheme was part of the national Musical Futures Programme (Music Manifesto) and allows music to be taught in a new and exciting styl…



Carambita South West Schools Tour

Dynamic and inspiring flamenco group Carambita, undertook a one week tour for Superact at the end of September 2011, visiting a variety of schools throughout Devon and Cornwall.The group specialises in traditional Spanish and Latin American Music, combining the power of music …