Hoop with Heart & Te Whāriki

 

The In2Hula Hoop with Heart programme reinforces a number of the guidelines of the Ministry of Education’s early childhood curriculum, Te Whāriki.

Summary of Learning Outcomes

By participating in an In2Hula Hoop with Heart physical activity session children develop:

  • a capacity to pay attention, maintain concentration, and be involved
  • an increasing sense of responsibility for protecting others from injury and from physical and emotional abuse
  • an appreciation of Te Reo as a living and relevant language
  • an ability to be creative and expressive through a variety of activities, such as pretend play, carpentry, story-telling, drama, and making music
  • the knowledge that trying things out, exploration, and curiosity are important and valued ways of learning;
  • increasing confidence and a repertoire for symbolic, pretend, or dramatic play;
  • increasing control over their bodies, including development of locomotor skills, non-locomotor skills, manipulative skills and increasing agility, co-ordination, and balance;
  • confidence with moving in space, moving to rhythm, and playing near and with others.

Details of Learning Outcomes

Part C: Strand 1 – Well-being: The health and well-being of the child are protected and nurtured.

Goal 2: Children experience an environment where their emotional well-being is nurtured.

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes: children develop a capacity to pay attention, maintain concentration, and be involved

Goal 3: Children experience an environment where they are kept safe from harm.

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes: children develop an increasing sense of responsibility for protecting others from injury and from physical and emotional abuse

Part C: Strand 3 – Contribution: Opportunities for learning are equitable and each child’s contribution is valued.

Goal 1: Children experience an environment where there are equitable opportunities for learning, irrespective of gender, ability, age, ethnicity, or background.

Part C: Strand 4 – Communication: The languages and symbols of their own and other cultures are promoted and protected.

Goal 2: Children experience an environment where they develop verbal communication skills for a range of purposes.

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes: children develop an appreciation of te reo as a living and relevant language

Goal 4: Children experience an environment where they discover and develop different ways to be creative and expressive.

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes: children develop an ability to be creative and expressive through a variety of activities, such as pretend play, carpentry, story-telling, drama, and making music

Part C: Strand 5 – Exploration

Goal 1: Children experience an environment where their play is valued as meaningful learning and the importance of spontaneous play is recognized.

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes: children develop

  • the knowledge that trying things out, exploration, and curiosity are important and valued ways of learning;
  • increasing confidence and a repertoire for symbolic, pretend, or dramatic play;

Goal 2: Children experience an environment where they gain confidence in and control of their bodies.

Learning Outcomes: Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes: children develop

  • increasing control over their bodies, including development of locomotor skills, non-locomotor skills, manipulative skills and increasing agility, co-ordination, and balance;
  • confidence with moving in space, moving to rhythm, and playing near and with others.

Learn more about the Hoop with Heart programme

HWH & the Healthy Heart Award

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