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18th September 2018
Research shows drumming changes area of the brain which facilitates learning Drumming for just 30 minutes, three times each week, beneficial for people living with neurological diseases such as dementia and autism Investigation involved iconic Blondie drummer Clem Burke MUSIC lovers may claim that...
13th September 2018
Drumming for an hour a week can help autistic children learn in school Study shows pupils’ ability to follow instructions improved after ten weeks Children showed significant improvements in dexterity, rhythm, and timing DRUMMING for 60 minutes a week can benefit children diagnosed with autism and...
13th September 2018
INFLUENTIAL figures from the world of sport, science, and television are to be recognised for the contributions to their fields with prestigious accolades from the University of Chichester. The dignitaries, who will receive honorary doctorates, have been chosen to join the University as their...
12th September 2018
Study shows young footballers would benefit from more time learning to read the field – and less on ball skills Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard highlighted as players who incorporated technique into their game play Authors have called on FA to incorporate scanning as an elementary skill -...
7th September 2018
The first book this century to survey the global Pan-African movement has enjoyed a successful launch. More than 300 guests attended the launch of the book, which was hosted by the Black Cultural Archives and which took place at Lambeth Town Hall. Its author, Professor Hakim Adi, Professor of the...
5th September 2018
TWO teenage winners of an international volunteering award have challenged themselves to make a difference in the world by using the prize earnings to launch their fundraising careers. Students Olivia Brookes and Ellana Hall each received the accolade, including its £250 jackpot, for planning...
23rd August 2018
From key political figures such as Marcus Garvey and Malcolm X, to cultural expression including the Afro hairstyle and the music of Bob Marley, “Pan-Africanism: A History” is the first book written this century to survey the Pan-African movement from its earliest manifestations to the founding of...
14th August 2018
"Throughout history incest has been prevalent in literature from Greek and Roman text through to the works of Shakespeare and beyond" – Dr Miles Leeson Essays cover written fiction and poetry along with works from television and film International authors investigate the work of major literary...
13th August 2018
158 organisations worldwide are questioned about their progress on gender-based violence against women and girls in sport More than a third of organisations had not taken action over the past five years Almost a quarter of those organisations believed that gender-based violence was not relevant to...
3rd August 2018
SECRETARY of State for Education Damian Hinds has celebrated the latest stage of Mill Chase Academy development with headteacher Paul Hemmings and the University Academy Trust at the ceremony in Bordon. A ‘golden bolt' ceremony symbolised completion of the mainframe structure of the new 900-place...

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