Early Years PE & FMS

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Early Years PE & FMS

3 Students
Programme Overview

Early Years Physical Education
Delivery Model Face to Face session
What is Included
  • Certificate of attendance. 
  • Course materials.
  • Refreshments and lunch (if applicable)
  • AED 1980 per delegate plus 5% VAT.
  • Discounts available for 3 or more delegates from the same school.
  • If you would like bespoke, in-school training, please contact Rebecca (rebecca@infinitelearning.ae) for more information.
Deadline booking date
Date of training  NEW DATES COMING SOON
Time (UAE) 8:45am to 3:30pm
Dubai – to be confirmed
Target audience

EYFS – PE and Sports Leads, coaches and Heads of PE.

Aims of the course
  • To embed early years principles into PE provision.
  • To provide a thorough understanding on how best to support young children’s PE.
  • To develop confidence and creativity within lesson planning.
  • To develop a programme to enable learners to become more physically active.
Intended outcomes
  • This practical, interactive course will enable delegates to gain confidence in the areas of physical activity and PE.
  • Delegates will take away practical activities to support their learners.
  • Delegates will learn how best to increase engagement levels within the early years.

Helen Battelley

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Helen Battelley is an internationally renowned consultant, trainer and speaker in Physical Activity and movement in Early Childhood Education and an approved trainer for AfPE. 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 was fundamental in the creation and release of Change4life’s ’10 Min Shake up cards’. In 2021 Helen became a Master in Early Childhood Physical Education and Physical Activity awarded by Birmingham City University. “I am driven to inspire learning and learners to broaden their approach to raise the profile of physical activity within early childhood. Movement in the early years supports a holistic approach to development and can benefit all areas of learning .I have worked directly with many schools and settings across the UK and overseas, with all ages and have found their commitment to ‘moving more’ has remained steadfast. The training courses I provide are primarily aimed at increasing confidence, motivation, and movement skills to elicit excellent responses from children. Delegates will learn how to create their own movement activities to support learning- building on these core principles to become part of their everyday planning. Staff have found the courses to ‘reignite a spark’ within them to become more physically active in their own lives.” Helen Battelley

Programme details:

This programme is professional development in Early Years PE.  Helen’s role as a researcher for Birmingham City University feeds into her training provision.


Additional Information:

Comfortable clothing is required for this course as there is a practical element.

Day One

8:45 Registration, Networking and refreshments
09:00 A moving child is a learning child
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 What is Early Years Movement
13:00 Lunch Break
14:00 Developmentally appropriate practice 
15:00 Finish


Day Two

8:45 Registration, Networking and refreshments
09:00 Autonomy in PE and inclusive practice
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Fundamental movement skills or not?
13:00 Lunch Break
14:00 Lesson planning for Early Years
15:00 Finish


Some of Helen’s other courses available with Infinite learning:

  • Super scribers – Early mark making
  • Maths Movers – Movement Matters
  • Movement for well-being – Movement Matters
  • Boosting learning through movement
  • Instant Impacting Movement Ideas
  • Music and Movement in the Early Years


Please contact admin@infinitelearning.ae for more information or to enquire about group bookings or bespoke training.




Helen Battelley
2 days