The Birth Injury Justice Center has compiled the most in-depth resources nationwide to help guide and serve all families affected by physical birth injuries.
The MOVERS is a valuable resource for early years educational centres to use to evaluate and improve their practice and provision in the vital curriculum area of physical development.
With growing concerns over declining levels of school readiness and physical activity, this book outlines the importance of quality early movement experiences and explores the connection between poor early physical development opportunities and later difficulties in the classroom.
Kids Run Free’s mission is to create fun, free and sustainable running opportunities for toddlers to teens, igniting their passion for physical activity and encouraging them to be healthier, happier and more confident.
Physical literacy can be described as the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding that provide children with the movement foundation for lifelong participation in physical activity.
Saturday 18 May, 10:00 – 17:00.
This annual conference is always interesting and illuminating – well worth attending.
Funded by a British Academy small grant (January 2016–July 2018), the “Right to be Active” project examined the sport/physical activity experiences of care experienced children and young people in England.
The Big Din is a free summer family play event, hosted in Hyde Park on and around their iconic bandstand on Saturday 4th August between 11am–1pm.
Major one-day conference Friday 21st September, 2018.
The 9th Child in the City World Conference will be held on 24th–26th September 2018 in Vienna.
This is always an inspiring and illuminating event, Some great speakers this year.
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