How do we achieve good learning outcomes and evidence based results?

The principle objectives of the our workshops are aimed at:

  • Delivering Lessons that help to Unlock creativity, encourage Innovation and boost self esteem. Our Road MMAP lessons assist youngsters in identifying a  motivation to progress on a journey of personal growth and to help form aspirations and ambitions. Developing Protective Factors that will benefit them as they approach adulthood

  • Giving rewards for achievement and offering continued, recognition, appreciation and praise throughout

  • Building understanding , trust and relations between the MMAP Team, Fellow Students, Tutors and the wider community.

  • Improving the core academic skill sets (including basic Maths and English) of youngsters between the ages of 8 and 18, whilst using real life scenarios & elements of Contemporary Arts to further promote interaction whilst nurturing functional skills via alternative provision. Our activities have a strong focus on discussion, explanation, decision making and problem solving.

  • Recording and evaluating formative feedback, conducted regularly as an integral part of our Workshops in the shape of written, spoken and visual forms. Our Feedback allows every student to assess their own work for personal development. We actively encourage self regulated learning which enables students to accelerate their critical thinking and prepare themselves for life on a personal and social level, outside of the school gates

  • Increasing awareness of societal issues, including racism, oppression, discrimination, hate crime, prejudice, serious youth violence, gangs and criminal exploitation.

  • Exploring curiosity, freedom of expression, democracy, current affairs, freedom of speech. Celebrating and respecting diverse voices and opinions. Our founder Quinton sits on the board of Diversity, Equality Inclusion for Essex Police

  • Team Building Exercises that delineate Equality & Diversity, British Values and Rule Of Law (Qualified to Deliver the above)

  • Nurturing Protective Factors

     Self esteem, Motivation to change, Goals, Constructive Leisure Activities Positive Role Models, Stable Relationships, Positive Support Network, Pro Social Friends, Other Sources Of Professional Support, Community Involvement



MMAP Workshops have successfully embedded an Organisational Change Model as part of long term courses & modules.

DEFINE – What do we want to improve on? (Skillsets, Pro Social Behaviour, Relationships, Positive Mood States)

DISCOVER – The Good things we’ve got to work with (Ability to Sing, write, support others,  Interpersonal Skills)

DREAM – Imagine how life would be if more of the above was to happen

DESIGN – What do we need to be doing differently - Start doing, stop doing, keep doing 

DESTINY – Investment, route, project, mental map has shifted, autonomy & good practice 

Note: Quinton will communicate that learners should speak to a trusted adult if they were affected by any of the issues raised.

Learning Outcomes

Throughout our Music, Mentoring, Arts & Poetry Workshops our aim is to share knowledge, nurture skills, identify strengths and foster expertise. 

The facilitators at MMAP Workshops understand the importance of measurable achievements and how Learning Outcomes play a Key Role in assessment and evaluation. 

Our Course Objectives have a strong focus on how our learners can apply their new knowledge in a Real World Context. 

We work with a Wide Range of Young People and Adults from a cross section of society including varied backgrounds and demographics. Our learners include mainstream pupils, excluded referrals, mature students and more.

We have listed some of our evidence based learning outcomes as bullet points below:

Our MMAP Learners have

 Demonstrated an ability to interact and work with other Students

 Displayed a good understanding of the basics of Poetry & Songwriting 

  Illustrated how to create Mind Maps, Diagrams, Flyers and Artwork 

 Understood how to visualise Long and Short term Goals

 Vocalised Critical Thinking and Formative Feedback 

 Identified methods of effective communication using Creative Writing

 Applied basic conflict Resolution, De-escalation, Mediation and Debate practices

Excluded Pupils/Young Offenders & Referrals

A recent evidence based report led by Council Leaders and Police Officers including a Chief Inspector and a Project Development Manager found that the Young People we had connected with on a recent project demonstrated 

• Reduced risk level for involvement in serious violence and gang activity

 Improved Mental Wellbeing 

• Increased self-confidence 

• Improved awareness of Gang Stereotypes in Music 

• Improved Music/Lyric Creation and Production Skills 

Contact Us to learn more about our Learning Outcomes and Evidence Based Results 


Throughout our Workshops, the tutor will consistently reinforce core British values such as respect, tolerance, democracy and the U.K Rule of Law, whilst observing functional skills including English, reading, listening and comprehension, along with communication skills.  

Continuous assessment will be made via observation and note taking.  Active Inclusion, formative feedback, interaction and engagement will be encouraged consistently.


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