Working With Nurseries
12 months - 4 years
Our Early Years programme has been developed to energise , engage, inspire and educate your children whilst they're having a super-fun time!
We provide an enabling environment in which children’s learning is supported and extended by underpinning their Early Learning Journey and Early Years Development.
More than one in five children are overweight or obese when they begin school, and one in three children are overweight or obese by the time they leave primary school. It is our job to ensure that your little one gets of to an active, healthy and happy start within their Early Learning Journey.
Did you know?
The Importance of Early Physical Activity Exposure
The importance of getting children active from an early age is crucial. Not only is it vital in enhancing their physical development but it can also greatly enhance other aspects of their progression too such as gaining confidence, understanding relationships and beginning teamwork.
Physical development is one of the seven areas of the early years foundation stage and is used to develop a child's movement, handling of objects, understanding of their own body and health and levels of self-care.
Physical development has been described as ‘experience-expectant’ learning which means that the brain is wired in expectation of this development. If it doesn’t happen early on within a child's early learning journey, then it is more difficult to establish later on.
Babies and young children undergo rapid and wide-ranging physical and psychological developments in their early years which contribute to their future health and well-being.
This early exposure to physical physical activity is not only highly beneficial to your child's Physical Development but their social development too. Physical Development can help with the development of personal and social skills such as self-confidence, interaction, taking turns, getting along with their peers.
What we can offer to you
EYFS linked and fun Little Athletes weekly classes within your setting
Weekly classes or one-off events with the children or with the staff
Expand your range – we do everything we possibly can to provide your group with a greater choice of educational, fun and inspiring activities
Totally managed solutions – you have no planning to do, no storage is needed and there’s no clearing up to worry about - its down to us!
Lots of smiling faces!
Little Athletes stamps or stickers at the end of every session for every child!
Our sessions are suitable to take place inside or outside!
We bring in specialist equipment into your setting every week to ensure that your children are engaged through the duration of the session!
All of our coaches are fully insured, DBS checked and trained in safeguarding and paediatric first aid!
Here's how it works:
We come to your location – and provide our Engaging, physical , educational and fun sessions for you.
You can choose the frequency and length of duration – weekly, monthly or occasionally, depending on your requirements.
Tailored to your term – we can provide educationally based child led classes and themes to suit your needs.
Bespoke – we work with you to provide sessions to suit your group.
Proven and safe – we only use safety-tested, age and stage appropriate tools, materials and ideas. All our leaders are DBS checked, first-aid trained and safeguard trained.
Totally managed solutions – you have no planning to do, no storage is needed and there’s no clearing up to worry about either -its down to us!
Expand your range – we do everything to provide your group with a greater choice of educational, fun and inspiring activities
PE & Sport Premium 2020-2021
The Government has announced that the PE and Sport Premium fund for primary schools & and Early Years Settings will remain at the increased rate of £320 million for 2020/21. This funding is provided to help educational settings meet the aims of the School Sport and Activity Action Plan, which includes the target of 60 minutes exercise a day. The exact amount of funding a school receives varies based on a number of factors, but the average one form entry primary school will receive roughly £18,000 per year.
Furthermore, any unspent sport premium because of the coronavirus this year can be brought forward into 2020-21 which is a fantastic boost to all setting associated.
The World Health Organization (WHO) regards childhood obesity as one of the most serious global public health challenges for the 21st century, with the UK currently having one of the highest overall obesity rates across Europe such funding will go a long way in helping the way that we as a nation are able to provide physical activity provision for our children, to enhance our children’s health and wellbeing.