Keeping Active in the Early Years

£ 30.00 incl VAT

Complete this training to learn more about how much physical activity children under 5 need to keep healthy. Explore topics including: the benefits of physical activity, activity ideas to help infants and toddlers to move more and how to support families to be active at home.

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What you’ll learn in the Keeping Active in the Early Years training

  • The benefits of physical activity
  • Current UK recommendations for physical activity
  • Current national statistics for physical activity
  • Activities and ideas that support children to be more active in your setting and at home
  • Tips on reducing inactivity and sedentary behaviour

Who is this training suitable for?

Early Years Practitioners, such as those working in nurseries and Children Centres, childminders and nannies.

Health professionals, such as: Health Visitors, Midwives, GP’s and Pharmacists.

Leaning Content

The training comprises of information slides and interactive activities.

Resources to support your practice and share with families.

Estimated study time 1.5 – 2 hours.


Short multiple choice assessment.

Knowledge Development Plan (KDP) to reflect on your learning.


Certificate issued on successful completion of the course and the Knowledge Development Plan (KDP).


£30 inc Vat


“This course was very useful in understanding the importance of physical activity across different age ranges. It was good to understand what type of physical activity children should engage in” – Anna Montuori, Alphabet House Nursery, May 2022

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