BIG TOP MUSICIANS (WOLVERHAMPTON)
In partnership with Wolverhampton Music Service, Big Top deliver a variety of music-making sessions for children and young people with learning disabilities who live, or attend a school, in Wolverhampton.
All sessions take place at Action for Independence (A4I) Albert Road, Wolverhampton WV6 0AF.
The venue is fully accessible and hoist-changing facilities are available.
Sessions are designed to support the music-making of specific needs and disabilities. Please reserve a space in the most suitable session for your child/young person.
All children and young people should be accompanied by a parent/carer.
Siblings are welcome.
For more information contact us, or click the links to register your interest.
PMLD and complex needs
These sessions are most suitable for younger children with moderate learning difficulties,
accessing either mainstream or specialist settings
Next sessions: 14th November
11-18 years (Autism and additional needs)
These weekly sessions are designed for young people with autism, social anxiety and/or learning disabilities. Families accessing these sessions should be able to commit to weekly attendance.
Sessions will explore music-making in a supportive and structured environment and are designed for young people who enjoy music.
No previous instrumental experience is necessary.
These sessions have been scheduled to run on a weekly basis with consistent participants and music facilitators to best support consistency, routine and regularity. If you would like to express interest in your child/young person joining this group please click the button below.
Autumn 1 Term Dates:
12th and 19th September
3rd, 10th and 17th October
Big Top Musicians is a pilot programme running in partnership with Wolverhampton Music Service as part of their new out of school inclusive music provision. The provision is still developing and as such may be subject to change. Any feedback or comments on the provision are welcomed.