Super Scribers and Storytellers – Movement Matters – Fine Motor skills


Super Scribers and Storytellers – Fine motor skills, imaginative play, storytelling and language

Watch this video of first term reception children exploring gross and fine motor skills using Finger Lights 🙂

This on-demand course is ideal for educators working in early years or KS1 who would like to further develop their teaching strategies to support learners in the areas of writing and storytelling.

The course will provide delegates with an understanding of children’s physiology and brain/body connectivity to enhance teaching practice and elicit excellent responses in learners.

The course is underpinned by research and evidence-based practice.

Both practical and theoretical content will be covered during the course.

The course is aligned with the DFE CPD standards and further support is available within the online community.


Course materials will be available once you have enrolled on this course.


About Instructor

Helen Battelley

Helen is an internationally renowned consultant, trainer, author and speaker in Physical activity/movement in Early and Primary Education with an MA in Early Childhood Physical Activity and Movement Studies. Her training style is energetic, passionate and highly motivational. She has been working as a dance and movement specialist for over 19 years and continues to work directly with children. Helen is respected globally for her valued contribution to raising the profile of early years physical activity and reducing sedentary behaviours. Helen’s consultancy now takes her all over the world, from Malaysia to Dubai, from China to Romania. The movement philosophy Helen promotes is to embed movement within the curriculum and framework to enable a movement philosophy. “Young children learn through movement, early years practice must adopt an approach which is accessible to all”. The embodiment of her practice is to raise confidence in the areas of movement play and physical activity. The training Helen delivers ranges from supporting educators in developing activities to support the Early Years Framework, to working with coaches and PE leads to create a PE scheme of work and methodology suited to young children.

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  • £85


  • 2 hours 40 minutes


  • 4 Modules
  • 7 Lessons
  • Certificate