SENsitive Clowns

prototype, education and learning, children and youth, Impact Incubator

Training in clown performance for primary school students with special educational needs or from low-income families


The venture, through launching a clown performance and training programme at primary schools, aims to provide an avenue for students with special educational needs (SEN) or from low-income families to express themselves.

The venture will recruit target students from eight mainstream primary schools. Each participating school will be provided with a programme consisting of a performance by professional clowns and two workshops totalling eight sessions. The workshops will cover training in vocal, drama, juggling and magic tricks. Upon completion of training, the participating students will perform in a clown graduation performance at their schools.

Name of Organisation

(Not applicable)

Approved Funding Amount


Funding Period (Status)

1 year and 4 months (Active)

Expected Impact

To benefit 80 SEN students and 80 students from low-income families


As at November 2021:

  • Engaged child psychotherapists to strengthen 5 clown tutors’ teaching skills and techniques in relation to SEN children
  • Established partnership with 8 schools
  • Conducted physical or online professional clown performance at 6 partner schools
  • Identified target students from 2 partner schools


(To be updated when available)