Help us offer accessible cross-arts, multi-sensory sessions for young people and adults with additional needs (mld, sld, pmld, asd)

The power of music and creative experience for people with disabilities is unrivalled. But it is not always accessible for them, particularly adults.

Our Tiger Tiger project sessions are immersive, delivered at suitable levels by experienced music practitioners. Activities, along with a multi-sensory environment, give participants opportunities to engage with music in a way that enables them to develop their own ‘voice’ and creativity, build confidence and communication, and have fun

I wanted to send you a message to say how amazing M and my dad found Tiger Tiger… it sounded incredible.

I had a tear in my eye when my dad was talking to me about how much M communicated non-verbally.”

Emily, Tiger Tiger
family member

Together we can make a difference

YOU Can Make a Difference. Any donation, small or large, will make a huge difference to the young people we support in Birmingham.

Tiger Tiger offers a programme of weekly, multi-sensory music and arts activities, specifically for individuals aged 18+ with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties, including autism. Sessions also offer parents and carers new ways to interact with and support those they are caring for and a chance to build their own peer support network for life outside the session.

Music making helps people with disabilities express themselves in new ways, enabling them to connect with the world, and people, around them, bringing smiles to their faces.

An interactive Tiger Tiger session 


Services For Education Limited

Company limited by guarantee registered in England & Wales No. 07739831
Registered charity in England and Wales No. 1148848

CE: Sharon Bell

Our charity is overseen by a dynamic board of Trustees:

Chair of Trustees:  Sarah Smith

Trustees: David Bolton, Joanna Cooney, Martin Hall, Clive Stone, Dr Peter Borg-Bartolo, Dr Jory Debenham, Jamie Barry and Shimri Vachter.

We bring learning and music to life

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