Whether it’s creating your own magical story or taking part in an interactive live streamed class to encourage all kinds of fun projects, with some ideas specifically created for SEND children.
Bamboozle create immersive accessible theatre that encourages children of all abilities, especially to those with learning and communication disabilities to be able to take part with acting and theatre skills that tour the UK.
A unique opportunity to learn and appreciate the art of puppetry. Parker Puppetry offer online sessions during lockdown and they can be groups workshops if small classes or groups would like to take part. They have experience of working with people with SEND and can create bespoke sessions with that in mind
Providing innovative and unique theatre shows for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
A touring musical theatre company that focusses on inclusion, mental health, emotional development as well as children’s early years development.
Club Hub is a brilliant source of information about all kinds of Kids clubs, from baby to teen, dance to drama, sport to art. It even has a free app to make it even easier. Review facilities and reviews by other families.
This event based charity organise special events, sporting activities, fun sessions all for children on the autistic spectrum. Together with professionals they support families to enable their children to enjoy life.
Spectrum are also the Cambridgeshire area distributor for Max Card which enable children and their carers to enjoy a wide variety of theme parks and activities.
JABADAO was established in 1985 to create more opportunities for people of all ages and energies across the UK to be exuberantly and physically playful because it has the potential to make life so much better.
We are dancers, acrobats and physical players. We offer full-bodied, whole-hearted events and training – wreathed in smiles and ringing with laughter.
Arts projects in hospitals across the South West region, working with children with cancer & leukemia, their siblings & families, as well as developing work with children with other life threatening illnesses too. The residential weekends bring young people into fantastical worlds where anything is possible. Encouraging young people to collaborate to use their energy & imagination to help solve mysterious scenarios using a whole host of arts techniques ranging from drama & dance to printing making & pottery.