summer scheme art


ibk works to transform education and support for disabled children, young people and their families.

We work with a wide range of partners including The Centre for Welfare Reform; Kids; St Mary's Community Centre; schools and colleges; Local Authorities; Health Trusts; Parent Forums; and organisations in the voluntary sector. We love collaborating with others to develop ways of working which inspires, breaks new ground and leads to better outcomes. All our projects seek to develop bespoke solutions for children and families.

To read more

You can read about our model for a new way of working in A Fair Start: A personalised pathway for disabled children and their families
A Fair Start.pdf

 young people in Gloucester collecting eggs on the farm





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"We bring a simple perspective to complex situations. The individuals and organisations we work with then make the choice about whether to do things differently or not. Those that choose to take a different approach are always delighted and energised. They go on to make a tangible difference to the lives of disabled children and their families".
(Pippa Murray, 2011)