We are launching four new innovative projects to enhance social, personal and emotional development of all children attending. We aim to increase aspirations and motivation and enable the ability to empathise and understand new perspectives along with a broader understanding of society.
Education Day Trips
To include The Science Museum, The Horniman Museum, V & A Museum of Childhood, The British Museum, National Gallery, Weston Park & Museum – Sheffield, Almwick Interactive Gardens – Northumberland, The Deep Aquarium – Hull, Nottingham Castle and the Black County Living Museum.
The majority of theatres are unable to accommodate more than a few wheelchair users per show, so we intend to bring theatre workshops to children at school to enrich their education, improve communication skills, increase confidence and self-esteem and unlock creativity and imagination.
Life Coaching Workshops For Parents
Having recently done some research with our families its seems there is a huge gap in services to help families cope with the realisation that their child has a long-term incurable disability that will have a life changing impact on the whole family. We have found a life coach trained in giving SEN families coping strategies and the tools to cope which will be published in a fortnightly pamphlet. The life-coach will also be available for online sessions for families that need extra assistance.
Department of Ability Art Workshops
We are very excited to be working with the Department of Ability to bring art workshops across the UK and show case the world’s first group of superheroes who use their disabilities as their powers. Expect lots of colour and a world of imagination set to inspire our children to achieve their dreams.