Welcome to Move More Toddler Play!

Our free Toddler Play sessions are suitable for crawling babies to those aged 3 years old and their siblings with parents or carers, are designed to provide fun, active play opportunities for families, encouraging the benefits of moving more through play.

Our team of experienced Move More Playworkers will deliver soft play and activities which are engaging, fun and create a positive learning environment for all participants. Our Move More Playworkers will be on hand during each session to lead and demonstrate the children’s activities, whilst also engaging in discussions with parents over future play provision and the importance of active play at a developmental age.

We will also have some balance bikes available for children at each session, so they can develop their basic skills involved with cycling, whilst having fun in a safe and traffic-free environment.

Click below to view the Move More Toddler Play sessions taking place:


There is no need to pre-book, you can just turn up on the day!

Please join our Move More Toddler Play closed Facebook Group:

The group will be used by our Move More Toddler Play Team to communicate programme updates, timetable releases and cancellation of sessions (which will be communicated in the morning of the session) so please ensure your notifications for the group are turned on and you check in with us regularly.

Please read the Move More Toddler Play Ground Rules below before taking part:

Move More Toddler Play Ground Rules – English

Move More Toddler Play Ground Rules – Portuguese

Move More Toddler Play Ground Rules – Polish

The Government of Jersey, in collaboration with the Best Start Partnership organisation, recently launched a free app for families with children under the age of five, as part of the COVID-19 recovery plans. 50 Things is a place-based, universal offer to support families. 50 Things provides a framework of activities which are intended to produce outcomes across a broad range of measures:

  • Change in the behaviours of families and young children, leading to improved infant health better mental wellbeing, lower obesity, and better coronary and respiratory fitness
  • Building the firm foundations to make sense of and manage new experiences, like starting nursery or school
  • Improved parental confidence in engaging in playful family learning activities with their child
  • Improved early language and communication skills
  • Improved engagement in outdoor play and learning, improving fine and gross motor skills

Other benefits from the app include tabs for resources, developing age-appropriate vocabulary, current child development research and top tips for the 50 activities. The app also highlights the importance of outdoor learning for young children and promotes the unique opportunities of growing up and living in Jersey. The aim of the app is to build parental confidence in understanding that what you do with your children can make the biggest difference in their early development.