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Kite Inclusive CIC

We have created Kite Inclusive CIC to promote inclusion through creative activities and celebrate diversity.

Kite Inclusive CIC is a Community Interest Company which means that it is not-for-profit. It is funded through fundraising events, donations, grants and delivery contracts with community partners. It delivers projects to support and engage members of the community who would not otherwise have ready access to art education.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss proposals to collaborate – please contact us at

Current Projects

  1. West London Zone
    Kite Inclusive CIC will is delivering projects in four local primary schools in partnership with West London Zone. West London is an area of deep inequality where 1 in 5 children and young people aren’t getting the support they need to thrive. West London Zone uses funding from the local councils, Government and philanthropy to provide additional support to help children and young people build the relationships and skills they need to get on track socially, emotionally and academically to thrive in adulthood. We are delivering after school art activities.

  2. Kite Sponsorship Fund
    Kite Inclusive CIC subsidises places in Kite Studios workshops and classes for children and young people from low income families. Anyone can donate to the fund via our website. The Fund supports children and young people who have an interest and/or aptitude in art and who would not otherwise be able to afford to access art education. If you are interested in your child being sponsored by the fund, please contact us.

  3. SEN Adults at Chiswick House
    Growing Together at Chiswick House is a series of Spring workshops supporting adults with additional needs to develop knowledge about plants, nature and creative practice. We make use of collage, clay and paint  to explore the Gardens. The workshops are delivered at Chiswick House in their Learning Centre and Kitchen Garden. Kite Inclusive CIC helps to fund staff training and capacity building and project development.

  4. Supported Internship
    We are delighted to be hosting our first SEN intern at Kite Studios. A young man with additional needs has been coming to Kite Studios for one day a week since the beginning of this year. We have devised a programme of creative and purposeful activities. Kite Inclusive CIC helps to fund staff training and capacity building and project development.

  5. 280 Goldhawk Road Clay and Art workshop                                                                                                                                                                           Kite Studios is proudly working with our neighbours down the road at 280 Goldhawk Road to create a friendly and welcoming art environment for SEN adults. We meet every Wednesday evening (6pm-8pm) for a creative art workshop, each week learning a new art skills and hosting an art show at the end. Every Thursday (2.30pm – 4.30pm) We meet at 280 Goldhawk Road for more fun with SEN adults exploring and learning new techniques with clay!