Early Years PE Physical Development and Dance (Includes FMS booklet)

Suitable for: Subject Leaders, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, ECT's.

Course code Keystages Presented by
PED150 Foundation
  • Jessica Squires (Teaching and Learning Consultant PE)

- To explore Lancashire EY scheme units of work for Reception classes.
- To develop observation skills in the Lancashire 5 Fundamental Movement.
- Skills for Under 5’s through the teacher’s resource booklet.
- To gain an understanding of how to deliver Dance in Early Years.
- To explore units linked to a range of favourite story books for EYFS.
- To develop confidence and the ability to adapt the lesson progressions to meet the children’s learning needs.

This practical one day course will look at the Lancashire Early Years Scheme of Work and can help improve physical activity and support physical development and dance in the Foundation Stage.

The course will explore a range of Physical Development units linked to a variety of favourite stories and themes for EYFS e.g. The Hungry Caterpillar, Transport, Rumble in the Jungle, Seaside, Superworm and others. Delegates will also learn how to plan and use the new Pippa and Eddie units.

The course will explore lesson progressions that are developmentally appropriate for EYFS, and help teachers and practitioners in adapting the lesson progressions to meet the needs of their children.

It will support EYFS teachers and practitioners delivering and observing Physical Development and develop the confidence to deliver high quality lessons.

This course includes a copy of the Lancashire 5 FMS for Under 5’s teacher booklet.

This course has an element of Practical so please dress appropriately

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