Collaborate to Boost Children’s Development

Boogie Mites partners with many organisations from across the early years sector to improve literacy, numeracy and wellbeing with music. Find out how we support charities, not-for-profits and businesses.

Working Together

Raising Awareness
Joint Mission
International Collaborations
Commercial Partners
Campaigns we have supported

Achievement For All is a not-for-profit organisation that works to improve outcomes for children. It’s annual 200 Million Minutes Campaign raises awareness of the importance of reading. We help by providing free downloadable songs that link to stories and involve children in music activities that support literacy skills development.

I Can is the children’s communication charity. Their annual Chatterbox Challenge promotes the development of communication skills through rhyme and songs. We help by providing free downloadable songs that early settings can use as part of their Challenge events.

National Numeracy is a charity that works to improve numeracy skills. Music is a great way to make maths fun and we helped a week-long awareness campaign by contributing our song ‘Hey Hey, ’which helps children learn about number bonds to 10.

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Our Partners
Achieving shared goals

National Day Nurseries (NDNA) is a charity that supports nurseries in the UK and worldwide. We have developed an online training package to deliver as part of the NDNA training support offered to members.

Action For Children (A4C) provides practical and emotional care and support to children and young people. We support their work by running family music-making courses at A4C Children’s Centres, to promote wellbeing and early years development.

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We welcome the opportunity to work with partners worldwide

In India we work with Nutspace, supporting their storytelling-based curriculum with music resources and training to provide a creative context for language learning and development.

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International Partners
Common goals

We believe that the early year’s sector, and the children and families it serves, works better when we work together. So we are proud to have partnered with some of the UK’s most prominent nursery groups, to improve children’s learning experiences with our targeted music programmes.

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Training at Bright Horizons

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Boogie Mites ABCD Music Methodology

Boogie Mites have collaborated with Neuro-musical Researcher Dr Anita Collins to compile our ABCD Music Methodology training package launching in August 2024.

The course will take a closer look at the four pillars of our ABCD Music Methodology – Active Attention, Brain Boost, Community Cohesion and Daily Dose. 

Each module will include a Boogie Mites song and linked activities, and a music workshop to put them all together.