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Location Tried: Any or All Locations
Estimated costs: £1500 for one week
Suggested frequency: One-Off
Hosted by: Local school in partnership with a church.
Activity: Music
Author: Oriel
Published: 24/02/2015


L.E.D (Let Everyone Decide) is presented by Oriel Ministries, a registered charity, focusing their work in the schools of the South-West. L.E.D is a Christian team, who aim to work with, and partner alongside, local schools, churches and other organisations. They have substantial experience in working with young people and present positive life choices and the Christian faith in a culturally relevant manner.

Their excellent presentation combine music and faith with a brand new sound. Their lively performance, positive lyrics and message can inspire young people to reach their potential, while giving them the confidence and knowledge in how to deal with some of the big issues of life.


L.E.D will work with each school individually, to design and create a programme to meet their requirements. Ideally they offer a whole week, enabling a full timetable to be arranged and they will provide a range of assemblies, lessons and workshops tailored in advance to the needs of the school. At the end of the week, usually a Friday night, the band will perform a full length concert as part of a multi-media event for students from the school. L.E.D also offers different packages and programmes for schools needing a more varied/shorter programme.

Schools Work:

Assemblies – House or year group
Lessons – Religious Education, PSHE/SMCS/Citizenship, Music, Dance, GCSE Revision Sessions
Workshops – Vocal, Drumming, Song Writing, Dance
Concerts – Full show with staging, lights, performance, inspiration message
General Events:

Concerts – Full show with staging, lights, performance, inspiration message
Workshops – Vocal, Drumming, Song Writing, Dance
Youth Events – Tailored to the particular event


L.E.D offer a creative, exciting package of performance, lessons, assemblies, workshops and concerts aimed at supporting the National Curriculum and local schemes of work in Religious Education, Music, Dance/Drama and PSHE/SMCS/Citizenship. The multi-sensory teaching approach helps young people to look at the pressures they face in today’s society and promotes discussions around these issues, equipping and encouraging young people to think about the lifestyle choices they make, and how a person’s beliefs impact the way they live their lives. Specific issues addressed will include dealing with, and attitudes to: drugs, alcohol, bullying, self-worth/identity, relationships, peer pressure, morality, gangs etc.


Jon Lawrence a Head teacher said of LED 'Significant contribution to: 1) Community cohesion 2) RE/Morality & Ethics 3) SMSC (Spiritual, moral, social, cultural) and a very positive contribution to our recent Ofsted. Very enjoyable. Music is a great medium through which to convey a message. Appreciate energy, passion, openness and honesty. A very dedicated, passionate team who clearly understand young people but also how to engage positively with differing perspective on the importance of religion.'

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