Creative Learning

Explore our in-school and out of school programmes designed to creatively fosters mental growth in children, by providing opportunities to try out new ideas and new ways of thinking.

Wellbeing

Our passion of supporting young people in our community has led to wellbeing becoming a top tier in our vision. Explore the ways we support young people, families and the projects you can become involved with. 

Social Action

Social action brings young people together to help improve the lives of other young people and their community. Through youth voice programmes, events, objectives and projects to evoke positive change.

IN CASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW

We are a Trinity Arts Award Champion Centre

We are extremely proud of our Arts Award Champion Centre status. As one of just ten centres in the country we endeavour to build Arts Award into every project. This helps young people gain qualifications through extra curricular activities whilst making us one of the top three delivery organisations or schools across the country. Designed to encourage anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders, Arts Award inspires connectivity and participation in the arts industry, ranging from fashion, to digital art, pottery to events management, music and more. Please email Marian if your school or child is interested in undertaking an Arts Award with us.

Summer HAF Programme

We’re delighted to be again hosting multiple HAF projects this summer holiday. The Holiday Activities and Food programme includes a healthy meal, a variety of activities and/or sports and the opportunity to socialise and have fun with other children and young people. Funded by the Department for Education, this programme is for families on free-school meals only.

This year we are offering activities in March, Fenland for children aged 5-16. Find out about specific sessions at 20Twenty this summer, by clicking below.

Leaders & Thinkers

Leaders and thinkers is an innovative activity for children in school years 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. This weekly out of school activity engages, develops, and broadens the aspirations of your son or daughter. The focus is upon the creation of the essential skills that grow leaders and thinkers in the fields of Climate Change and the Environment.

Fenland & East Cambridgeshire Youth Advisory Boards

If you’re a young person ages 13-24 and would like to have your voice heard in the community, the YABs may be for you! The YABs are groups of young people who meet to talk about issues they feel strongly about. 20Twenty coordinate a YAB for Fenland and another for East Cambridgeshire. 

Neurons

Neurons is a safe, creative, online, learning space for primary school children. With subscription access to new activities every month, to give the little one’s some fun activities and ideas, in a whole world of creativity, right from your home!

Active Families

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The 20Twenty Team all contribute to our blog, giving you the latest of what we’ve been up to, what’s going on in our community of Fenland & East Cambridgeshire and the Creative Industries. 

In January 2022 we welcomed a Kickstart into our fold at 20Twenty and were delighted to be joined by Felicity. The Kickstart scheme is a government programme that offers six-month jobs to young people aged 16 to 24 years old, who are currently claiming Universal Credit […]
From 7th-11th February we had 3 work experience students join us from Cromwell Community College. They had requested an immersive experience in filmmaking and media. Here’s Sam’s blog captured through the week regarding his experience: Day 1 On day one we started the day by sitting […]
From 7th-11th February we had 3 work experience students join us from Cromwell Community College. They had requested an immersive experience in filmmaking and media. Here’s Shira’s blog captured through the week regarding her experience: Day 1 We arrived at 9 am, at a meet-and-greet with […]

What People say

Here’s what a couple of our stakeholder’s say about working with 20Twenty.

“We have worked with 20Twenty Productions on a number of projects focused on supporting young people and their families as part of The Opportunity Area Social Mobility Programme. 20Twenty Productions are key partners, the projects they have delivered for us have continuously exceeded our expectations. The staff at 20Twenty Productions are committed, passionate and professional at every turn, creating exciting opportunities for young people and families with a strong focus on Community support. They have a deep understanding of the challenges across the Fenland area and an unwavering commitment to driving improvements. We cannot recommend 20Twenty Productions enough, they have a wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience.”

Tiffany Middleton
Funder & PARTNER

“I have been a part of 20Twenty for coming up to three years and in this time of being a part of 20Twenty, I have made loads more friends. The experiences I have gotten to take part in, have been amazing. Especially while being an Arts Ambassador and experiencing lots of different art forms to understand the arts and creative industry better. One thing that 20Twenty has really helped me in, is my confidence. As when I started, I didn’t have much but now, its grown loads more. The last thing that I am going to say is that 20Twenty to me is like a second family as everyone’s so kind and cheerful, and when you need to speak to them about how you are they give you the best advice they can.”

Millie-Mai 
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Our funders and partners

“Without our funders, 20Twenty Productions would not exist. In a world where all children and young people were treated with respect, equality, and afforded creative and artistic opportunities to express themselves, we would not need to.”

Katherine Nightingale, CEO

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