Bring the Noise


BBC Bring the Noise aims to support primary school teachers and parents to deliver high-quality music education to pupils with confidence as well as encourage music-making at home.

This programme empowers teachers with the knowledge, resources, and confidence to engage with primary school pupils with music. Some of the lessons include breathing and vocal exercises, how to use intonation effectively, and how to understand natural voice ranges from various notes, to name a few. You can learn more about the programme at BBC Teach, Bring the Noise!


The goal of Speakers for Schools is to put young people in touch with the very best, to spark their ambitions and the belief in what is possible for the future. Speakers for Schools brings together eminent figures of today, from FTSE 100s and arts leaders to CEOs and tenured professors, creating a dynamic network of thousands of school talks and esteemed work experience placements – all for free.


Local Charities Day – Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport – Patron


The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport hosts charity events every year in December that help drive growth, enrich lives and promote Britain abroad. Since 2016, I have attended these events promoting local affiliated charities. For each event, I have recorded a piece of content that is shared with the attendees. These events are extremely close to my heart, as it is a gentle reminder that it is our duty and responsibility to care for one another. 

Visit this link to read an exclusive interview done for the 2016 Local Charity Day event – 


V&A Museum 


The Victora and Albert Museum, otherwise known as the V&A Museum in South Kensington is passionate about championing creativity for children and young people alike. The museum is the world’s largest museum of applied arts, decorative arts and design, housing a collection of 2.27 million objects. The museum hosts various events all year round promoting a wide range of relevant topics. In 2022, I became an ambassador and guest speaker for the V&A Museum and was invited to a panel discussion which delved into why children and young people should be celebrated as creatives and how they can find their creative voices. 

To see what the V&A Museum has on over the next couple of months, check out this website – 


Music Relief Foundation 


The foundation harness the power of music to address prevalent inequalities within grassroots communities. The foundation provides a range of opportunities for young people by connecting and establishing links with local authorities, community groups, governmental organisations and voluntary groups as an access point and referral unit to build a strong community for our target audience. I have provide support and give advice to this foundation regarding how to grow in liaising with the community and how to offer after-school activities, along with providing additional funding. 

Learn more about the organisation and their mission here – 


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