We hope you have a happy new year! It’s been a wonderful 2019. We’ve met some really inspiring practitioners, parents, childminders and EY advisors, and we’ve watched as music has been given more of the attention it deserves for EY education and community support.
Thanks to everyone who has enjoyed the magic of early years music making with us. If you’d like to know more about any of the events mentioned in our NY video, please see below for more information…
School Ready Case Study
After training in October 2018, we visited 1 of the 8 Saurus Nurseries in Brighton to find out how they were getting on with the School Ready Music programme. You can find out more about our visit, and watch the case study video:
200 Million Minutes
Once again, we took part in Achievement For All’s reading challenge in which they encourage educational settings to register their reading minutes in order to reach a global goal.
This year, we spread the word and offered an extra incentive by giving access to our resource: Frog’s Life. Find out more about the event:
Music for EAL
We continued to build our overseas relationships in order to support learning English as a second language and we continued to grow our partnerships with Nutspace, India and Muminbu, France. Discover more about Boogie Mites International:
Teaching Healthy Living Through Music
Munch Munch Munch was offered as a free resource to support healthy living through music. Tell a story through music. This one is about a Caterpillar becoming a Butterfly, and you can still get this resource in our website…
Our Wonderful Licensees
You can find out more about our amazing licensees on our blog:
Boogie Mites on Early Years TV
Earlier this year we even appeared on Early Years TV (EYTV) with Kathy Brodie.
“Early Years TV features interviews, discussions and presentations from leading theorists and practitioners all designed to help your professional development as an Early Years Practitioner and Educator.”
We would recommend signing up to EYTV if you work in early years education. The platform offers inspiration and guidance for early learning and updates your EY knowledge so you’re always supporting your children as best as you can.
Don’t forget our blog holds all of this information, and it’s a great platform to refer to for the latest early years music news. You can browse our entire blog here.
Boogie Mites Practitioner Training
We have had the pleasure of working with many EY teachers this year through our music and movement training courses. We offer 5 different types of training, so you’re bound to find one that works for you and your team. You can check out the different types and work out which one looks best for you on our training page.
Let’s continue to use music for early learning and community cohesion this coming year.