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Dance classes for children with SEND from the RADiate project

The RADiate project; led by the Royal Academy of Dance, delivers dance classes to children aged 4-11 with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities including; autism, moderate to severe and complex learning difficulties, behavioural, emotional and social difficulties as well as those who are non-verbal. We deliver classes within primary schools; both in Wandsworth and neighbouring boroughs, and in January 2018 we are starting an after school class.

Classes are fun and creative and offer children an alternative, non-verbal way to express themselves and their individuality. Led by one of our specialist dance teachers we work in partnership with schools and parents to support each child and ensure they can progress at their own pace in a supportive and motivational environment. Classes develop a child's personal strengths, boost their self-esteem and encourage relaxation and fun.

Our after school classes will allow children to mix with those from different schools, make new friends and practice and develop their social skills in a new environment. Students who are studying on the Royal Academy of Dance's teaching degree programme help support children in the class which also helps to facilitate children's independence.

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Who to contact

Contact Name
Emma Jones
Contact Position
RADiate Research and Coordination Officer
E-mail
ejones@rad.org.uk
Website
RAD website
Parent Organisation
The Royal Academy of Dance

Where to go

Name
Royal Academy Of Dance
Address
36, Battersea Square
Battersea
London
Postcode
SW11 3RA
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Costs

Details
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Availability

Age Ranges
4 to 11 years

Local Offer

Description

What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

Your school needs to arrange with RADiate for sessions at school, then to take part:

  • You can ask to take part in the sessions.

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Last updated: 01 May 2019

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