Busy Bodies offers the opportunity for children who require assistance with gross and fine motor skills; this has been developed based on my several years of experience which has enabled me to become proficient assisting children with gross and fine motor difficulties.
The programme can have a positive impact on all areas of the child's development.
The programme is progressive and progress will be monitored throughout and be adapted to the children's needs.
The programme is over twelve sessions, over a period of seven weeks.
There are two assessment sessions to measure impact.
The programme is for up to six children, and is aimed primarily to assist with early intervention at Reception and Year 1.
This programme can be developed for other year groups- please enquire for further information.
The programme meets the criteria for Sports Premium funding.
Initial visit to discuss the programme and identify children who will benefit.
Each session will be forty five minutes to an hour long.
Resources will be provided although the use of some school equipment may be required.
Please enquire for further information and pricing.
Feedback on the Busy Bodies Programme
Leek First School
We had the Busy Bodies programme running in our school with two groups of children. Anne was very accommodating in terms of days and time slots and she took time to find out about the children before starting. The sessions were well lead and resourced as well as being fun for the children. They especially enjoyed activities such as ‘Bumper Cars’, ‘Astronauts’ and ‘Dough Disco’. A variety of motor skills were worked on with assessments done at the start and end. All children made progress of some sort, many in lots of areas. Anne talked us through the assessments and left us with ideas for further steps. Since the programme, staff have noticed improvements in areas such as handwriting and attitude towards approaching tasks involving motor skills. The children report that they have got better at things like PE and jumping. They thoroughly enjoyed Busy Bodies and would love to do it again. In their own words, it was ‘fun’, ‘brilliant’ and ‘so good’ and they ‘loved it loads’ and ‘really enjoyed it’.
My aim is to provide personal and individual support to settings to enable inclusion of pupils with physical difficulties. Please contact me with any queries.
I am now taking bookings for my programme called Busy Bodies to assist children to develop gross and fine motor skills. Bookings are available throughout the academic year.
The programme meets the criteria for Sports Premuim funding.
01538 626 020
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