Family FUNS Helping families play and learn together

Aimed at children in Early Years Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 and their parents/carers, Family FUNS helps families play and learn together whilst supporting children to develop the physical literacy, emotional and thinking skills to achieve in PE, school and life.

Audience: Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Key Stage 1 (KS1) practitioners, Teaching Assistants, SENCOs, Family Support Workers/Family Link Teachers and PE practitioners.

View Family FUNS in action:

Measured outcomes include improvements in:

  • children’s Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS)
  • children’s Personal and Social skills
  • parents’/carers’ confidence to play and interact with their children
  • the amount of active family play

The impact of Family FUNS

How does it work?

Families explore themes, physical activities and exciting resources with the support of a Family FUNS trained practitioner in a school or community based club. Families will take home exciting resources to continue playing, learning and being physically active at home.

Cost: From £595 plus VAT includes

  • 2 days training for up to two members of staff.
  • Supporting resources including easy to follow session plans.
  • Home packs for families to continue playing and learning together.
  • An impact report.

A Family FUNS home pack

Family FUNS home pack
"We are seeing not only an increase in weekly exercise at home, but also greater social interaction between parents and children." Paul Naylor, Gaskell Community Primary School
"...as a result of Family FUNS It has became evident that the children's behaviour has improved in class and in PE." Horningsham Primary School, Wiltshire
"Family FUNS gave us a vehicle for bringing children and families together." Emily Kirk, Headteacher, Gaskell Community Primary School

Since May 2015...

Creating positive relationships with physical activity for life

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