Kainé has and continues to develop bespoke courses, workshops and projects within its education programming. We aim to work holistically with the institution, the learner and community.
The work extends from primary through to post 16 years, with particular themed based activities that are designed and informed by youth work and careers education models of practice.
The programmes aim to critically challenge and re-motivate the learner’s perspective, stimulate new ideas and enable students to renew their personal responsibility towards learning.
I Have a Dream
A personal and social development programme for Year 5 and 6 with a strong performing arts element.
Yes You Can
Yes You Can is a programme that inspires young people to raise their aspirations and achieve their goals.
Find Your Voice
Find Your Voice is a student-led action group which aims to challenge, develop and empower.
Black History Roadshow
Black History Roadshow is a celebration of the heritage and culture of black people in the form of musical art.
A program to celebrate the idea, concept, experience and history of freedom to young college students