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Who are 20Twenty Productions?

We are a not-for-profit organisation that uses creativity and participation to engage and empower children and young people so they may build confidence, essential skills for life and one or more creative skill sets.

Working strategically, collaboratively and directly as creative practitioners we inspire young people to realise their potential whilst growing as leaders.

Our programs, projects and events are designed with and for young people. 20Twenty Productions supports creative industry development; empowering young people to gain qualifications and access real world opportunities.

Bits and Bytes teacher feedback

“The children’s understanding of both programming and environmental issues have certainly increased as a result of the programme, programming on this scale, is beyond the current financial limits of the School. It will be a shame to see it end… overall the project has been a success and has provided many opportunities that the children would not have had otherwise.”

Mr. Laing – Teacher, Kinderley Primary School, Tydd St. Giles

Bits and Bytes teacher feedback

“We feel, as a school, that this programme has given the children the opportunity to develop their communication skills with their peers, and work with children with whom they wouldn’t normally work alongside. It has given children of all abilities the chance to work together on problem based activities which the 20Twenty Productions team have delivered in a creative and enthusiastic way.”

Sarah Pooley. Class Teacher Arts Subject Lead, at Leverington Primary Academy.

Latest news

Bits and Bytes

20Twenty has for many weeks now been delivering its “Bits and Bytes” project within primary schools in Cambridgeshire. Currently supporting the creative development of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mechanics) skills, year four and five pupils are designing, building and coding robots in Leverington, Nene and Ramnoth, Murrow and Kinderley primary schools. With some amazing classroom scenes of achievement and enjoyment we hope that these aspirational activities will help pupils consider a wider range of career and personal horizons.

Pupils at Leverington primary coding and testing their robots using iPads.


Flashback to 2015

We like to reflect upon some of the amazing young people that we work with. Here is one of our favourite projects. Home from Home. Grab a coffee and watch a fabulous half-length feature film, made by our Xpressions youth theatre group, about the plight of a group of young World War 2 evacuees.

Community Ambassadors

Here is a short film, filmed and edited by young people, that showcases the first “Make A Difference” Conference held this October.

Original music project

Our current youth music project has given young people the opportunity to write and record their own songs. Here’s a short film featuring of one of the original songs performed by Katy-May Curry. This song is called ‘Tired’.

We are so proud to announce that we are Artsmark Partners! Find out more!

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