Sort by Date | Relevance

Search results for

Articles: 26 results Filter results »

The foundation for learning is the physical readiness nurtured by carers in the years before a child starts school, writes Sally Goddard Blythe.

The process of active learning is a two-way experience between children and practioners, says Neil Farmer.

In this the eleventh National Strategies feature on the Early Years Foundation Stage, Kim Porter, senior adviser at Every Child a Talker, and early years regional advisers Jonathan Doherty and Kairen Smith, reflect on the nature and challenges of risk taking and being brave.

In our National Strategies series Dr Andrew Lockett, Early Years Regional Adviser (NE), Anne Lamb, Early Years Senior Regional Adviser (EE M) and Jan Lepley, Senior Adviser, reflect on the importance of being outside.

Learning how to throw and aim at a target is an important skill for the very young, says Helen Bilton.

The importance of developing the sense of balance is examined by Anne O'Connor and Anna Daly.

The importance of developing the sense of balance is examined by Anne O'Connor and Anna Daly.

The secret of a successful sports day is to value the long-term benefits of physical exercise for children, as practitioners tell Crispin Andrews.

All you need is an assortment of boxes and balls for this effective throwing game from Helen Bilton.

The secrets behind movements and activities that appeal almost universally to young children are revealed by Anne O'Connor and Anna Daly.