We work hard to provide a fabulous range of school based activites, from immersive sensory shows, sensory tents, book week shows, and much more! See below for details and please contact us for for information.
MULTI-SENSORY FUN & IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES FOR SCHOOLS
We are passionate about creating fun, stimulating and accessible sensory experiences for the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities community around the UK.
We have been working with some of the UK’s most influential special schools and organisations for over 20 years to bring our immersive shows and experiences to their students. These include The Childrens Trust, Chailey Heritage Foundation, Treloars, Post 19 and schools such as Jigsaw, Carew Academy, Sherwood Hill, Sherwood Park, Woodlands and Icknield to name a few.
Our Makaton trained professional actors and facilitators are highly specialised in working with children and young people with a wide range of disabilities including visual, hearing and sensory impairments, ASD, PMLD, SLD and complex health needs.
Captivating the senses using aromas, textures, sounds and activities every workshop and show is designed to bring young imaginations to life, enhance learning, encourage communication, build connections and develop emotional, behavioural and motor skills.
Head2Head’s unique range of sensory experiences can be used for educational purposes or just for a real treat.
WHAT WE OFFER
Multi-Sensory Fun & Immersive Learning Experiences
We offer a variety of playful and multi-sensory and immersive experiences which use visual, tactile and sound elements.
Our team’s experience means they can adjust their performance to suit an audience and so facilitate full enjoyment of the show and sensory moments.
All bookings will receive an resource pack to prepare students with Widgit storyline/songs & images of characters.
Our multi-sensory and immersive learning experiences are curriculum based flexible programmes with elements of the relevant subject matter:
– Adjustable levels to suit the ages and needs of all participants (P Level 1 : National Curriculum 1/2)
– Varied pace
– Makaton signing and pre-recorded VOCAs
– Time allowed for assimilation, and enjoyment of sensory moments
– Tactile, sound and sensory experiences
– Role play and team work
How do we work?
Our team will visit your school for one day. Our visit will include:
· Timed sessions (timing will vary depending on workshop or show chosen (including 30-minute breaks in-between sessions)
· Participant numbers will vary per session dependent on accessibility and number of wheelchair users
· A resource pack. This will prepare participants with Widgit storyline/songs & images of characters
· Set up/scenery, props and instruments
Please note: some installations may take up to 90 minutes to set up. We will require use of a space large enough to set up and for participants to move around. This must be allocated to our team for exclusive use the whole day.
We understand that every school and every student is different. Please contact us if you have any questions. We are always open to new ideas and are happy to discuss your specific requirements.
For more information on the availability of these shows please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Head2Head Sensory Theatre is a registered UK charity providing multi-sensory theatre experiences and shows to young people with special educational needs and learning disabilities
© 2020 Head2Head Sensory Theatre
Charity Registered in England and Wales: 1161873
Registered address: Drewshearne Barn, Crowhurst Lane End, Oxted, Surrey, RH8 9NT