Ladybird Nursery prioritises physical development for early learners

The Nursery has implemented the Montessori approach to its EYFS curriculum
The EYFS nursery has incorporated real-world and ‘Practical Life’ exercises to structure early learner physical development, positively impacting cognitive development and decreasing anxiety in children

Dubai, June 22, 2022: Ladybird Nursery has innovated its Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum by adopting physical development activities that impact cognitive development and decrease anxiety in young children.

Inspired by the 30×30 Dubai Fitness Challenge launched by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum, Ladybird Nursery has innovated its EYFS curriculum. 

The nursery has implemented the montessori approach to its EYFS curriculum, ensuring its young students are introduced to real-world learning outcomes from a young age, effectively invoking a structured routine for physical development for the curious young minds using ‘Practical Life’ exercises. 

The bespoke EYFS curriculum offers the ‘Kidz Fit’ programme that involves ball skills, aerobics, parachute games and hula-hoop activities. These fun physical events encourage and empower children to care for themselves and become independent self-carers.

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