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Transport and Access @ Haringey Shed
To provide transport and support for young people with disabilities to access Haringey Shed's performing arts activities.
March 2019 - December 2019
Charity information: Haringey Shed
We offer inclusive performing arts activities for young people which build confidence, educate and enrich young people’s lives, both afterschool and during schools holidays.
Some young people with disabilities do not have any means of getting to and from activities, they require transport and help to get there.
We will employ a driver and chaperone to support the young people to access the activities.
Provide transport for 8 young people with disabilities.
Activities» Provide a weekly pic-up and collection for 8 young people with disabilities.
What success will look like
By recording numbers of young people making use of the service. Monitoring age, ethnicity, postcode, special needs.
The project will provide more accessible inclusive performing arts activities for 11 - 16 year olds, with higher levels of support for children with disabilitiesand Special Educational Needs. Decrease inequalities through improved access to performing arts
Recruitment could be a challenge as at-risk young people are often hard to reach. However, we already have a track record of attracting young people with disabilities.
A six-monthly newsletter on our website will detail progress of project. There will be opportunities to attend performances and rehearsals and see young people in action.
Budget - Project Cost: £9,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £3,294 Driver To drive minibus £3,294 Chaperone To support children during journey £850 Insurance Vehicle Insurance £720 Fuel Diesel for minibus £280 Tax vehicle tax £100 MOT MOT £462 Repairs and Service Repairs and Service
Haringey Shed is located in Tottenham in the London Borough of Haringey. It is a richly diverse community - almost three-quarters of Haringey’s children and young people come from ethnic minority communities and speak 130 languages between them. However, the area faces great social challenges our local Northumberland Park ward is one of the 10% most deprived wards in England where 48% of children are living in poverty.
Local young people who are disadvantaged socially, economically and physically. 30% of our members have special needs, such as autism, Downs Syndrome, cerebral palsy or need extra support due to behavioural issues. Some of them are in wheelchairsf or have a visual impairment and yet others have a range of learning disabilities. The current membership of Haringey Shed is 86% black and ethnic minority and we expect our volunteers to reflect this also.
Haringey Shed has been running performing arts workshops & delivering schools outreach programmes in Tottenham since 2000. Its aim is to advance the education of disadvantaged and disabled young people, through performing arts regardless of ability in order to encourage independence and integration into the community. We are inclusive - there are no auditions, everyone is welcome. We have a strong youth leadership with youth volunteering at the centre of our ethos.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
As a driver has worked with Haringey Shed for over 6 years. He works tirelessly supporting parents and volunteers so children can access the arts
Chaperone and drama leader on Youth Theatre and in Haringey Shed