End Of Year Report

As another summer term draws to a close, accustomed as we are to receiving end of year reports, MovementWorks is proud to share our own 2013-14 achievements. School Programmes We are delighted to be continuing with and expanding the In-School MovementWorks Project at Beecroft Garden Primary, working with all classes across the EYFS. “I am […]

Building The Kinesthetic Classroom: A Brief History by Mike Kuczala

The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning through Movement has become a resource for using movement thoughtfully and purposefully in classrooms all over the world. I am both humbled and grateful for the opportunity to help create positive change in different learning environments and contexts. Though my work is far from complete, the path to this […]

A Kinesthetic Keynote

This academic term MovementWorks began delivery of it’s Developmental Dance Movement Programme™ to Profound and Multiple Learning Disabled (PMLD) students in two specialist schools, so I was interested to read the recent article in Learning and Disability Today highlighting the significance of the senses for children with PMLD. In the article Joanna Grace explains: “Many […]

A Sprinkle Of MovementWorks Christmas Magic

I have always looked forward to Christmas. For very many years in my professional life Christmas meant pantomime. I have choreographed many a-list celebrities and numerous groups of aspiring young performers in some fantastic (and not so fantastic) professional productions around the country. These days my Christmas productions are of a different nature, but their […]

Time To Read (An Update): Aliens & Witches

This is an update of my last blog post Time To Read Some Nonsense. For those of you who didn’t read it, here is a brief synopsis: A personal parental perspective on the Phonics Screening Check (PSC) implemented by the government, in relation to my son’s reading difficulties (undiagnosed dyslexia). As someone new to blogging […]

The value of preschool education

Educational reform is going through an inordinate amount of change recently. It seems that there is breaking news on a weekly, and sometimes daily basis regarding changes in curriculum, scheduling of school holidays and testing procedures. Many of these changes are unwelcome to teaching unions and other professionals engaged in classroom teaching or specific areas […]