Healthy Movers is a suite of resources and training to support practitioners and families to develop the competence and confidence to ensure every child is physically literate.
The practitioner resource develops the confidence to ensure every child is physically literate and deliver the physical development component of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework. It enables settings to incorporate physical activity into every day and engage parents on the importance of healthy active lifestyles and their contribution to a child’s development.
The Healthy Movers at Home resource set is a set of games and activities to get children moving at home. The activities are designed to develop balance, movement and using objects in a fun and engaging way, and feature PJ Masks superheroes Catboy, Owlette and Gekko.
The pack complements the Healthy Movers Toolkit for early years settings and engages parents in the importance of sitting less and moving more at home for the benefit of their child’s development.
Healthy Movers at Home parent resource pack
The Healthy Movers at Home resource set is a set of games and activities to get children moving at home, featuring PJ Masks superheroes Catboy, Owlette and Gekko. The activities are designed to develop balance, movement and using objects in a fun and engaging way.
If you wish to learn about the importance of physical health and healthy eating and how families can be supported to adopt active lifestyles, then this short course could be for you. You may be a parent or someone working in, or thinking of working in, the childcare sector.
Healthy Movers practitioner toolkit
The Healthy Movers Toolkit has been devised to provide weeks of physical activity ideas to support the development of the whole child. The resource includes ways to support the thinking, social, health, physical and creative abilities of all children.
Supporting Physical Development and Healthy Eating in the Early Years - Level 3 Qualification
This course will enable you to deliver fun and meaningful physical activity to children aged 2-5 years with confidence. You will also learn how to promote healthy eating and active living to the families of the children in your care.