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Emma Bush, Senior Manager Programmes Lead for Artsmark and Arts Award North West Region

"The Amasing project has led schools to develop a more strategic and collaborative approach to Artsmark and Arts Award through exceptional partnership working. This creative process alongside the outstanding quality of the final performances is an example of creative best practice that we plan to share regionally."

Carly Paoli BBC Music Ambassador/ Brit Classic Nominee

"This organisation is doing something really special for so many communities bringing arts to so many young people."

Kelly Jobber Deputy Head Hornsmill Primary School

"The Spiderdome composing day was brilliant! The AmaSing team are so talented and inspiring. The sessions were fun, upbeat and gave a real insight into composing a song. The session gave opportunities for all children to shine and the children were very comfortable around the AmaSing team and not afraid to give ideas because of the positive and friendly approach."

Jo Williams Deputy Head Dee Banks

"As a special school, we were extremely proud to be able to take part in the Amasing project this year. We are rarely able to take part in events with mainstream settings so it was fantastic to share in these experiences with other local schools and to be so welcomed by everyone involved."

Deputy Head Acrefair School

"The Amasing concert was fantastic and all the children had a brilliant time. The workshops were brilliant and myself and staff got so much from them working with the arts specialists- it was great to think creatively and out of the box in new and different ways."

Catie Aged 9

"I loved being part of the AmaSing Fusion project and was lucky enough to go on the dance workshops. I had a blast, met some new friends and got to create a dance with lots of other children from different schools all about being special and unique. Everyone was really friendly and we had a lot of fun. It was amazing to see our dance at the shows and I would love to do that again."