The new Chief Medical Officer Physical Activity Guidelines were released this week and the message couldn’t be any clearer. Moving more increases confidence, mood, health, opportunities, quality of sleep, improved behaviour. Whether a child or an adult, break up periods of inactivity and MOVE MORE!
‘If physical activity we’re a drug, we would refer to it as a miracle cure, due to the great many illnesses it can prevent and help treat’ (Lizzy Williams, Dance and Music Lead Teacher at Kenilworth Nursery School)
We’ve had wonderful support from existing and former parents and carers in signing this ongoing petition to urge the Government to take action to ensure maintained nursery schools are financially sustainable. If you feel you can help by signing the petition then please click on this link. With thanks in advance for your support.
* Which groups of children work together in a collaborative way in the Atelier space?
* Where is spontaneous mathematical enquiry occurring in the Nursery environment?
* Where are boys using language in the Nursery environment?
* Which children are noticing change in the Nursery environment?
* How can we support children in identifying their feelings and help them to manage their feelings in a positive way?
* If we introduce corn flour as a new sensory resource, what language will the children use to describe their experiences?
* Can we encourage more spontaneous mark making in the outdoor classroom by providing large paper to work on?
* How will the children respond to a new provocation on the mark making table in the graphic classroom? What’s new in Main Nursery from 16th January 2019.