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Creating a Safe Space for Singing

A resource by Blue Cabin
Leader working with 2 music students
How do we create singing and music-making experiences that support participants' wellbeing in a way which which feels safe and is safe for all involved? Sing Up Foundation commissioned North East England charity Blue Cabin to create a guide which explores the concept of a safe space in its widest sense.
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Introduction to the Guide

What do we mean by

a 'Safe Space'?

Download the Guide

Available from the Sing Up Foundation Resource Library - free to Sing Up Foundation subscribers.

About Blue Cabin

Blue Cabin supports care-experienced children and young people to build meaningful relationships with the people and organisations in their lives, by offering them regular opportunities to play, create, connect, and experience joy together.


All of Blue Cabin’s work is underpinned with an awareness of trauma and the impact this can have, and the team specialises in creating safe spaces - both online and in-person - where creative activities take place.


Blue Cabin’s participants report increased confidence, improved wellbeing and that their relationships with others are stronger as a result of taking part in activities in a safe, supportive environment.
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