Developmental Movement Play

Physical developmental is one of the prime areas, this type of play not only supports children’s gross and fine motor skills but supports strong brain development which in turn enhances language and communication development, early reading etc etc.

A very practical half day session – good fun and lots of ideas of how to further develop good practice in your setting, room or children’s centre.

 

Course Aims and Objectives:

A basic introduction to the importance of movement play in the brain development of young children. 
At the end of the session practitioners will have:

  • The basic theory of the importance of movement play
  • A deeper understanding of why it is so important
  • A range of practical activities to share with colleagues, children and parents
  • Some ideas of how to embed movement play as part of daily provision

In addition it will support practitioners in Children's Centres to deliver the Developmental Movement Play element of the Integrated Care Pathway. 

Pre-requisites:

Practitioners must wear loose and comfortable clothing as this is a very practical session with some simple movement activities.

Cost:

This course is free to Bradford Council Employees.
This course is £40 per person to External Organisations.

To help us meet the Council’s quality and sufficiency duty, settings that are graded ‘inadequate’, ‘requires improvement’ or ‘not met’ at their last Ofsted inspection, will receive a 50% subsidy towards the cost of courses.  The subsidy is only provided for training that directly addresses actions identified at their last Ofsted inspection.

Dates and Venue:

Tuesday 22 July 2014 - 9.30am - 12.00pm @ St Peter's House, 1 Forster Square, Bradford, BD1 4TY

To book places

Please complete the booking form on the link below.

Link to the Workforce Development Booking Form

 
 

 


Information

Published: 10/07/2014
Audience: Essential training for all practitioners working with children (0-5) including Managers and Deputies
Contact: Dionne Dunning

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