• Plan opportunities, particularly after exercise, for children to talk about how their bodies feel.
  • Review enabling environments for adventure and challenge, identifying areas where children are encouraged to take physical risks.
  • Develop and make use of a variety of natural landscapes including slopes, woodland and natural dens in the undergrowth.
  • Provide outdoor resources which complement indoor provision, with an opportunity for children to play and explore on a larger scale.
  • Find ways to involve children so that they are all able to be active inside and outside in ways that interest them and match their stage of development, health and ability.
  • Use mobility aids, adapted equipment and clothing to ensure the outdoor area is fully accessible to all children; use portable fencing and zoned areas to change the size of the space to meet children’s needs.