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Clients

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Claire has worked with the residents of Milesdown since 1999. She uses her excellent interpersonal skills to enable our young people to express their emotions, concerns and fears in a safe environment. Claire is passionately committed to the young people with whom she works, and provides an invaluable service by continuing to engage and support those who have left care and those who have moved to secure units. The high standard of work Claire is able to elicit continues to surprise and delight staff here..
Tom Tynan, Residential Social Worker, Milesdown Children’s Home
Claire MacNeill epitomises integrity in all aspects of her practice. She is a highly accomplished and experienced practitioner of most areas in educational theatre who prepares meticulously for workshops but is always able to think on her feet and adapt to the needs of participants. She is particularly skilled in working with vulnerable young people where her sensitivity and highly developed capacity for empathy shine through. Claire sets herself the highest standards in all areas of her work and delivers to those standards.
Tim Prentki Professor of Theatre for Development, The University of Winchester
Claire is a highly skilled film maker and drama workshop leader, committed to making a difference in the lives of those she works with . She has a very wide skill base which extends to a variety of ages and groups, particularly those with complex needs. What particularly stands out is Claire’s passion for working with young people. She puts their needs at the forefront of her mind, making sure they have a rich experience at all times. Claire works extremely well with other professionals, collaborating effectively and producing work of an very high level, both technically and artistically.
Suha Al-Khayyat Director of Little Fish Theatre Company
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Claire has worked with the residents of Milesdown since 1999. She uses her excellent interpersonal skills to enable our young people to express their emotions, concerns and fears in a safe environment. Claire is passionately committed to the young people with whom she works, and provides an invaluable service by continuing to engage and support those who have left care and those who have moved to secure units. The high standard of work Claire is able to elicit continues to surprise and delight staff here..
Tom Tynan, Residential Social Worker, Milesdown Children’s Home
Claire MacNeill epitomises integrity in all aspects of her practice. She is a highly accomplished and experienced practitioner of most areas in educational theatre who prepares meticulously for workshops but is always able to think on her feet and adapt to the needs of participants. She is particularly skilled in working with vulnerable young people where her sensitivity and highly developed capacity for empathy shine through. Claire sets herself the highest standards in all areas of her work and delivers to those standards.
Tim Prentki Professor of Theatre for Development, The University of Winchester
Claire is a highly skilled film maker and drama workshop leader, committed to making a difference in the lives of those she works with . She has a very wide skill base which extends to a variety of ages and groups, particularly those with complex needs. What particularly stands out is Claire’s passion for working with young people. She puts their needs at the forefront of her mind, making sure they have a rich experience at all times. Claire works extremely well with other professionals, collaborating effectively and producing work of an very high level, both technically and artistically.
Suha Al-Khayyat Director of Little Fish Theatre Company

Participant Groups

Children in Care
Refugee Adult groups
Unaccompanied minors
Romany Gypsy communities
Social Care Professionals
Head teachers
Young people from inner city estates
Incarcerated young people
Adults with learning difficulties
H.E and F.E student groups

Partnerships

The V&A Musuem
Hampshire County Council
The Children’s Fund
The Scottish Arts Council
A2 Dominion Housing
North Devon Theatre Trust
The University of Winchester
Headliners
Connexions
Voice Advocacy Services
Catalyst Housing
YoungMinds
Aimhigher
The Movie Bus
The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama
Little Fish Theatre Company
Virtual Schools

Partners

The Lab Collective
Laine Pub Company
Emergency exit arts
Camden peoples theatre
Boomtown Fair
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
The UnIversity of Plymouth
Aimhigher
Rambunctious Social Club
Big Lottery Fund
Whirl-y-gig
Love Carnival
The Secret Garden Party
The Children’s Fund
Young Minds

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