Learn how to use music to support SEN children throughout the day, to signal transitions, to calm, energise and to support development. Learn how this music agenda for the day can support meal times, healthy diets and happy days.
Join our guest co-presenter, Louise Mercieca – Nutritional Therapist and Author as she presents information about how food shapes our children, and how important the mealtime routine is in an early years setting and home, particularly for children with SEN.
Tasha will look at how music can support routines throughout the day in early years homes and settings, with a reference to experience provided by our Boogie Mites SEN settings and teachers. She will cover 2 routines songs from Boogie Mites Sticks and Sounds SEN Programme.
You will have access to a recording of the session for one week after the live date and access to the stories and songs forever.
Date: Monday 18th March 2024
Time: 7pm – 8:15pm
Where: via zoom (details provided after purchase)
Cost: £30 per person (including VAT)
- Use of music to support daily routines
Boogie Mites song resources will be available for you to access via our CustomerHub:
- Songs TBC
Louise Mercieca is influential in early-years health, making an impact that can influence the next generation’s eating habits. She is the author of ‘How Food Shapes Your Child’ and is hugely passionate about spreading the message that kids can make healthy food choices.
Tasha Bretten has been working as a Boogie Mites teacher and trainer for 2 years following 13 years as a Primary School Teacher working across all year groups, with a passion for supporting children’s literacy and musical development. Tasha is a trained opera singer but having said this she is first to say: “ You don’t have to be a trained singer to lead Boogie Mites. You can do it!”
A CPD Certificate will be issued following completion of a short feedback form