Announcement · APC 2018 · Bruges

Aim of the APC The APC is a course to become aware of the theory, the psychological aspects and the philosophical background of Sherborne Developmental Movement, and the connection with Laban and child development.
This Course has been agreed by the International body (ISCO) and participants will receive a Certificate of APC Sherborne after successfully achieving the standard required from the 3-day, residential course.
The aim of the course is to give participants a broader and deeper understanding of both the theory and practice of Sherborne Developmental Movement.
Who? SDM has an interprofessional and multidisciplinary approach.
The course is suitable for participants who followed the Basic course (Level 1 and Level 2).
When? Arrival: Monday July 2nd 2018, 9:30 am
Departure: Wednesday July 4th 2018 6:00 pm
It is possible to arrive earlier (on Sunday the 1st of July) and / or to leave later (on Thursday the 5th of July).
Coordinator Bart Jaminé, Chair of the Sherborne Association Belgium, Pedagogical Advisor Special Education, International Course Leader Sherborne
Trainers International team of trainers:
UK, The Netherlands and Belgium
  1. To have attended Sherborne Basic Courses level 1 and 2
  2. To have practised Sherborne Developmental Movement with clients for at least 12 months following the Basic Level 2 Course
  3. To have prepared a 10 minute film of this work in accordance with the prescribed criteria (CLICK HERE)
  4. To be a member of a national Sherborne association (contact your national association, for Belgium or to be a member of ISCO:
Course content Theory
underpinning theory of Sherborne Developmental Movement:

  1. social and emotional development
  2. motor development
  3. communication development
  4. Laban’s principles of movement
  5. leading styles


  1. movement observation
  2. planning, assessing, evaluating, recording and reporting movement sessions
  3. pedagogy (including teaching and learning styles; communicating through movement)
  4. working with and enabling others to assist in movement sessions

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Accommodation ‘t Roodhof see
Nieuwburgstraat 32, 8020 Oostkamp (Bruges), Belgium

’t Roodhof is a guest-house/residence at 10 km of the historical city centre of Bruges. It is a social employment-project, where Footsteps wants to create chances for people who have problems to find employment on the regular labour market.
How to get there? Train National Airport, Zaventem to Brussels MIDI,
Train Brussel-Brugge,
Local bus 20 or 21 to Oostkamp , stop ’Daele’
20 min walking distance to ‘t Roodhof, Nieuwburgstraat 32
Cost 625 euro


  • All meals and accommodation 2-4 July in a high quality residence
  • Tea, coffee and soft drinks during breaks and free moments
  • Course material (syllabus, hand-outs, …)
  • Lectures and workshops by an international team of Sherborne practitioners
  • Social programme – guided visit of historic Bruges
  • Certificate of attendance
Not included:

  • Extra night with breakfast (€ 40 /night)
    on Sunday evening 1 July and/or Thursday evening 5 July.
Last date of registration: 10 June 2018
Information and course administration
Related sites The Belgian Sherborne Association wants to stimulate contact between interested practitioners (like teachers, therapists, educators, caregivers, …) and to be a meeting place for exchange of information and experience, research and study.