Creative and Performing Arts are some of our most popular sessions at PiP.
Continually developed and improved by our experienced staff team, they support students to explore their creative side and are an opportunity to learn skills through subjects they enjoy. It’s not just fun and games; creative and performing arts build confidence and communication skills – key skills that lead to independent living skills.
Adults with learning disabilities and autism are under-represented as audience members, producers and creators in the UK arts and culture scene. At PiP, we support our students to access more arts and culture, to follow their interests in creating art and culture and to work towards being recognised for their skills and talents in the creative and performing arts.
Check out what we do across a range of disciplines below:
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