Achieving more together. The cooperation between the city’s own operators, municipalities and the voluntary sector is essential to the establishment of an active cultural approach. The Day-care Centres on the Move programme is a joint activity between the various service areas of the city. The aim is to work in even closer cooperation with different sectors. In addition, there is cooperation with the national Early Childhood Education on the Move (Liikkuva varhaiskasvatus) network and sports clubs and organisations.
The Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland supports the development of the Day-care Centres on the Move programme financially, allowing the programme activities to develop and expand. The activities are developed based on research and on the wishes and needs of day-care centres.
Day-care centres can use sports facilities free of charge.
Day-care centres can borrow sports equipment free of charge. The equipment are delivered and collected by the sports and fitness services, providing better service for day-care centres!
If your day-care centre is under renovation, you can call us over to help ensure that the children can be active.
We provide active learning environments. In autumn 2021, Active Learning Environments projects were launched in the day-care centres of Näätäpuisto and Pakkalanrinne.
In autumn 2020, we began the preparation of a local playground map to make finding playgrounds and other play areas easier.
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