Little Fishes, Inverness
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Little Fishes began in 1999, where a small group of mums & their babies / toddlers met in each other’s homes. The group have met at the King's Factory since 2003.
Little Fishes and Baby Fishes is very popular with the local community in and around Smithton, with hundreds of parents / carers attending their session each week.
Little Fishes encourage children to participate in a wide range of activities provided at each session. Each child is helped and supported to reach their own potential, which will enable them to grow in confidence, learn to share & socialise / interact with other children and adults.
The activities available at Fishes Extra give children a chance to develop creative play, sensory experiences, interaction and playing with other children. Children are able choose their own activities in a free & structured environment, under the supervision of their parent / carer and staff member.
The KLM Partnership are delighted to be able to support Little Fishes and Baby Fishes, and they will be able to purchase additional resources for their new development “Fishes Extra” where they are expanding to provide children with more experiences from birth through to pre-school age.
With the funding from the KLM Partnership, they will be able to purchase equipment which will help young children to develop creative skills and sensory experiences. Mrs Morven Ball, coordinator for the group said “I am delighted to receive this funding and it will be put towards purchasing sensory resources, safety mats and balance beams for children to develop their gross motor coordination.”
The picture shows Eric Davidson, Associate KLM Partnership, presenting a cheque to Mrs Morven Ball, coordinator for the group.
Bill Hamilton, a Partner with KLM Partnership said, “We, as a Practice, are committed to working with our local communities and we wish to make a positive contribution in the communities in which we operate.”