Social Fabric are commited to creating workshop experiences for all to access.
We have a long history of working with learning providers to deliver participatory art experiences to children with learning disabilities and complex needs.
We work in partnership with organizations, schools and pupil referral units on art intervention programmes to support children from disadvantage circumstances who find themselves in crisis or are in contact with the youth justice system or Not In Education, Employment or Training (NEET).
Our experience and sensitivity of working with marginalised and ‘at risk’ groups has been described as ‘second to none’. The groups that we have had the privilege of working with include; young people excluded from mainstream education settings, young offenders, children with complex and profound disabilities, children who are looked after and children who are unaccompanied minors.