We believe in creativity supporting us to create a well and adaptable world. In our local communities Doodle Dance looks for opportunities to bring people together, to be resourceful and to support sustainable lifestyles. We seek to support children and families who do not access learning through formal education and those in need of additional support.

“Coming to Peek a Boo Moves has made me a better parent.” Parent attending Peek a Boo Moves as her son moved onto school.

“Jo sees people, she has a way of reaching out and using her art to improve the lives of others.” Parent.

Provision for Parents/ Carers

Doodle Dance realises that becoming a parent or carer is a life changing event and can have a big impact on the physical and mental health of the adult. Creativity, play and an understanding of child development can be really supportive to a parent/carer but can also support them in seeing the beauty, wonder and uniqueness that each child has. Creating opportunity for each child to be noticed and each individual response to be valid supports a parent to not worry about whether a child is or isn’t meeting ‘milestones’ but instead recognise their ability in that moment!

All of Doodle Dance’s approaches are about celebration and individual response and how this together can bond and create connection, whilst supporting the parent and carers well being.


Doodle Dance is in the planning stages of a Mums’ Well Being Project that will support mums to ‘Offload’ the increased mother’s load as a result of COVID 19, with the hope of extending and developing this as we move out of lockdown.


Creating a kinder world through Supporting Local Businesses and our families

Over the years Doodle Dance has worked with local businesses to support one of Doodle Dance’s key values: a Kind World!

Hosting Emsworth based Easter Egg and Story Hunts, we have supported footfall to small businesses as well as providing a healthy walking activity for all the family.

It has welcomed Eco Make South (Eco Living Products), Tuppenny Barn (Organic Small Holding and Education Centre) and The Final Straw (Plastic Reduction Campaign Org) to be involved through invitation to events and sessions or sharing of information though the Doodle Dance Festival 2019 which focused on Plastic Reduction. Doodle Dance also offers PLASTIC REDUCTION WORKSHOPS and promotes Eco Make South and The Final Straw within these.


In response to COVID19 Doodle Dance is repurposing some of it’s Arts Council England funding to devise local projects to support local need, offering fun and healthy activities for local families. Information will be released as plans unfold…stay in touch by following us on our social media.

Why not get in touch and see how we can help?

Whether you are a parent/carer, teacher, Nursery Manager or dance artist we would love to hear from you. We are always interested to discuss bespoke delivery, CPD, blog contributions, arts/children well being campaign support or project collaborations and commissions. Together lets support more children to ‘Make Their Mark!’

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