The Covid-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on young children’s health and physical development. For example, following the partial school closures, Ofsted14 reported some children were unable to hold a pencil, when they had previously been able to do this successfully. Similarly, 73 per cent of teachers responding to a national survey in autumn 2020 said they were concerned about the physical development of young children in their school3.
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