Find out more about our venues and programmes, and how we try to make them inclusive and accessible for people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

Our work

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Learn about the work we do with people and groups with different needs, including SEND.

SEND Careers Fair

Join our SEND careers fair in partnership with Leeds Playhouse and the Beautiful Octopus Club.

When: Monday 6 December, 10am-4pm

Where: Leeds Playhouse

Find out how to get to Leeds Playhouse with Google Maps.

How to book: please email [email protected] and we will send a booking form over to you.

Suitable for: School groups, charity groups, and individuals.

Find out more on our SEND careers fair event page.

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Case study: Autistic Experiences in Museums

We work with people who have different experiences and needs across Leeds Museums & Galleries.

Sammy is a volunteer with Leeds City Museum and a consultant for The Neurodiverse Museum, a project with Sporting Heritage. They wrote a blog about their experience of being a volunteer and how being autistic changes their experience. They also talk about how museums can make positive changes to be more accessible to autistic and neurodivergent people.

Read more about Sammy’s experience

Further Information

We are part of the Leeds Local Offer, which provides families with information to make informed choices about services they choose to use, and all of our venues hold the Scope Inclusive Activity Award.

Contact us

If you need further information or would like to enquire about how we can support you, please contact us.


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