There are numerous cases made for the recognition of the important part movement plays in cognitive development…the lack is rather in terms of hard evidence. - S.Davies.
MovementWorks exists to prove that movement matters. Our work is developed by a qualified dance movement scientist and supported by nationally recognised leading figures in education. Read About Us
We are committed to ongoing evidence based research.
We provide Early Years Programmes that are mainstream and SEN appropriate. They are designed to accelerate learning, optimising physical development whilst integrating early literacy, numeracy and enhancing global understanding. Our programmes evidence outstanding results. Read our case studies or find out more about our current Projects
Our practitioners are trained in Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Practice. Read our Case Studies
We offer enjoyable informative workshops suitable for parents/carers and qualifying practitioners.
We offer specialist higher education Lecture Seminars suitable for those studying Sport, Movement, Early Years Education, Dance and/or Health Sciences. Book through your university.
Movement is vitally important to the way we develop, to the way we communicate and understand each other, and to the way we feel, think and learn. Focusing on both the recreational and learning potential that dance movement has to offer MovementWorks provides movement education and experiences of the highest quality for our children, their carers and educators and our communities.
Every child deserves to have the best possible opportunity to learn. Today’s technology driven environment and sedentary lifestyle creates deficits in our childrens development. The MovementWorks Developmental Dance Movement™ Programme is the first of its kind; designed subject to rigorous academic research by a dance scientist specifically to enhance physical and mental development and increase the learning potential for children of all abilities.
The MovementWorks Developmental Dance Movement Programme supports learning and development across all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. Click here to find out more. Read the results of our dance science research project
Executive Director: Ali Golding MSc, FRSA, PG Cert SEN, BA (Hons)More about us.
Patron: Sir Robin Bosher KBE More about us.
Senior Research Fellow: Wendy Barbara Fidler MontDip(Hons) FRSA MEWI MCMI AI DMS APIL More about us.