NGYT in Education

NGYT are an Arts Mark Partner, Arts Award Supporter and an active partner of the Luton Cultural Education Partnership.

Artsmark is the creative quality standard for schools and education
settings, awarded by Arts Council England, recognising their commitment to high quality arts and cultural education.

NGYT is proud to be supporting schools and education settings on their Artsmark journey, inspiring children and young people to create, experience, and participate in great arts and culture.

NGYT offer a range of Theatre, Dance and Arts opportunities to local, regional and national schools and colleges. We provide everything from enrichment, to curriculum, to before and after school clubs. NGYT are able to cater to the needs of your young people.

We also create Theatre pieces that specifically cater to the needs of your young people. In the past we have created pieces around the issues of Hate Crime, County Lines, Homelessness, Identity and Peer Pressure and we are more than happy to create bespoke workshops and pieces that are responsive and relevant to world in which we live.

To find out more about Artsmark go to
to find out how NGYT can support your Artsmark journey and creative needs please 

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Reload my future

Most recently and thanks to Arts Council England we have been able to produce 'Reload My Future';  A virtual project for young people supporting them to reflect on the now and re-imagine their future. To take part in your school's very own 'Reload My Future'...

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Take a look at the wonderful work from Chantry Primary Academy. Supported by Arts Council England.

odd socks day

This year at NGYT, we will be sharing our very own unique dance tutorial for you and your school to take part in. Join us (VIRTUALLY) on Monday 16th November 2020, the first day of Anti-Bullying Week or take part any day that week.

All you need to do is wear odd socks, have a go at our 'This is Me' dance and most importantly
celebrate what makes us all unique during Anti-Bullying Week! 

Supported by DCMS, HM Treasury and Arts Council England.

  • “So glad we booked you to work in school all those years ago. Dance has never been so good”
    Pirton Hill Primary

  • “We are so happy to have built this relationship with your staff and the work you are doing in our school is both inspiring and of high quality”
    St Martin de Porres

  • “Fantastic to see so much talent and hard work from all at NGYT”
    Steve Crayon – Head of Performing Arts, Luton Sixth Form College

  • “Thank you to all of you who give our young people these opportunities, as it enriches their lives in ways that are beyond the means of most schools”

    Joe Richardson – Headteacher, Cardinal Newman

  • “Always great to see such a positive and active group creating change in our community”

    Lea Manor High School

  • “Lovely feedback from a parent at Warden Hill Drama this morning who’s daughter performed on Saturday. She congratulated me on all the work that had been done and was so pleased with what she saw and she loved how much her daughter’s confidence has grown. She said she struggles to get her daughter up in the morning but when she knows it’s Drama she’s straight out of bed and it’s her favourite part of the week”

    Hannah Kelly – NGYT Drama Teacher