Our work also addresses the effects of physical movements on children by examining how children experience and use dance, their attitudes to it and any health and social benefits derived from their experiences.
In particular, we look at:
How children move and how they use dance to manage pain or anxiety
How children think, feel and perform dance
What the children and their families say about dance and dance in the workplace
Our research, which uses a multidisciplinary approach, is based on more than 25,000 interviews and thousands of research papers. We have established an international network of colleagues with expertise including:
Developmental health researchers
Law enforcement and police-reform researchers
Health and social workers
Our work has been recognised by the Royal Geographical Society and received funding from the Government’s Childminders’ Training (CMT) Programme.
Dr Susan Green is a Research Fellow at the Children’s Society.
We can arrange a telephone consultation, for an adult or child, for an interview with an expert. Contact for further information can be made by email at: [email protected] or by telephone on 0800 805 6096. Full details of our work are available on the Childminders website. For the public at large, visit www.kidssociety.org, or follow them on Twitter: @YouthLivesmatter.
Find out more about the work of the Children’s Society, including our key research and our award-winning research programs.
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