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Our Story


David Court and Nick Stillwell are two UK based media producers with a long background in creating, producing and directing genre television and movies in the UK and US for Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures Television, MTV and Lionsgate.

In 2008 David and Nick identified an emerging gap in the music and entertainment market and created the vision for SupaJam as an integrated music, television and education company.

Having assembled an A list board is now a leading voice in independent music attracting up to half a million online visits a day.

SupaJam has also supported Europe's best emerging bands by providing slots at major festiavls, produced over 50 gigs and provided in excess of 50,000 festival tickets FREE to young music fans.

It’s television division is partnered with Sony Pictures Television in Hollywood and is currently in the third season of its popular music discovery show “Breakout Brasil”.

Complimenting this is an animated series and a tri-party development deal with US production outfit Perfect Storm and Scooter Braun (Justin Bieber’s Manager) for a 13 x 1 hour returnable drama about Mozart.

Nick and David are represented by William Morris Endeavor, the worlds largest talent agency.

Welcome to SupaJam


Founded in 2013, SupaJam Education in Music and Media (also known as SupaJam) is an award winning unique educational provider set up by David Court and Nick Stillwell for students aged 16-18, and 19+ with Special Educational Needs and Educational Health Care Plans.


To help vulnerable young people who have previously fallen out of formal education engage, achieve and progress in a unique, inclusive learning environment.


Our ethos is to be forward thinking, caring and encouraging whilst providing a structured, supportive and non-judgemental environment, allowing all our young people to thrive and achieve to their full potential.

Our expectation is that all SupaJam staff uphold our mission and ethos in every aspect of their roles, championing a respectful and open-minded culture that inspires staff and students alike.


We use music to engage our learners offering RSL Music Practitioners Diplomas at Levels 1, 2 and 3, alongside Functional Skills, GCSE English & Maths, Work Experience, SMSC, Practical Musicianship and Life Skills Sessions, infused with guest speakers and professionals from within the music industry.

We support disadvantaged and vulnerable young people, many of whom have never achieved a qualification, and currently have a 94% music diploma pass rate.

Our ethos is to encourage our young people to focus on the future rather than the past, with regular encouragement, support and positivity.

The Diploma focuses on the fundamentals of the music industry, providing learners with a nationally recognised Business Diploma, allowing and encouraging our students not only to pursue careers within music, but also to build on the skills needed within any working environment; confidence, organisation, time keeping and responsibility.

The environment we work in establishes itself not only as a place of learning, but as a safe haven for all of our young people. We encourage a less formal learning climate that tries to embrace the needs of all of our students, from quiet working areas, to communal break out spaces, to rooms designed specifically for those working on music software or wanting to play musical instruments.

David and Nick have built SupaJam on three guiding pillars;

We are non-political: this means SupaJam does not support any political party.

We are non-religious: this means SupaJam does not promote any religion to our young people.

We are non-judgemental: This means that SupaJam does not make judgements about any previous life choices our young people have made.

Whilst students may express their own political and religious opinions, we do not force on them our own and allow all students to explore equality and diversity throughout our organisation on their own terms.

We currently have two bases, one in Canterbury and one in Swanley.