Speakers: Michael Follett, OPAL; Greg Dryer, University of Kingston and miMove app; Dr Jackie Musgrave, Open University
13 January 2021
All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood
‘Children’s Physical Activity: The Damage Done and How to Address It
Chair: Steve McCabe MP
- Michael Follett, CEO of OPAL (Outdoor Play and Learning)
- Greg Dryer, Centre Director; Co-Founder of miMove (miMoveapp.com), Centre for Physical Education, Sport and Activity (PESA) – Kingston School of Education
- Dr Jackie Musgrave, Programme Lead for Early Childhood and Education Studies (Primary), Early Childhood at the Open University
As this was a Zoom meeting we are able to share a recording instead of the usual meeting notes.
You can access the recording here.
Order and Timings:
You should also be able to read and follow the chat flow which has further questions and responses.
The following links were posted in the chat and are summarised here:
From Prof. Francis McGlone, Liverpool John Moores University – here is a link to a book
The Impact of Play on the Developing Social Brain – New Insights from the Neurobiology of Touch