Opening the doors to theatre work experience for young disabled students
In 2017 Head2Head launched its Work Experience Programme in theatre practice for students transitioning from special schools. Students with special needs are offered the opportunity to gain experience in life and social skills working on live and virtual productions. Find out more.
Accessing our shows online
In 2020, with touring suspended due to the global pandemic, our resourceful artistic team developed exciting new ways to bring our interactive activities into the homes of families in self-isolation because of their children’s vulnerability. The result … we are now reaching over 9,000 children and young people a week online throughout the U.K with our new YouTube learning channel.
Creating a new base for Surrey’s special needs’ community
Our dream is to develop a ‘first-of-its-kind’ permanent theatre base at Drewshearne Barn in Oxted, Surrey to help sustain and expand our activities. This new base will be especially designed for the special needs’ community offering young people with disabilities a safe place to drop in, meet up, learn new life skills and share experiences.
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New Hygiene Room
Did you know we have a secret throne at our headquarters in Oxted?
Yes, we now have a wheelchair-accessible hygiene room with a hoist, changing bed, wash/dry toilet, and adjustable height basin, which was kindly funded by Wooden Spoon Surrey earlier this year.
So you could say our visitors and students are treated like royalty!