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Boogie Mites offer evening live zoom training sessions covering various topics. We regularly partner with early years trainers and consultants to share their subject expertise, along with a Boogie Mites trainer linking music into different areas of early years development. The workshops cover a few Boogie Mites songs that are provided as part of the training.
Making Music Outside
Making Music Outdoors

Neuromusical evidence shows us that active music making can be key in boosting development of cognitive function, social and group skills. We also know that outdoor play has many benefits, so join this training session to learn ideas for combining music and outdoor play. We will cover our Pirate Adventure Workshop, giving you access to the songs and supporting resources to enjoy pirate adventures and music outdoors this summer.

The Joy of Music
The Joy Of Music

 

This unique session demonstrates the immense power of music in the development of children, from the fundamental acquisition of language to life-long emotional wellbeing and brain growth. Ben Kingston-Hughes will look at joy as a motivator for learning with reference to various themes. Liv McLennan will cover 4 Boogie Mites songs that will be available for you to trial, supporting the themes covered: ‘being joyful’, ‘being silly’, dinosaurs and bonding.

Engaging Parents through Music
Engaging Parents Through the Power of Music

Presented by Early Years Consultant Sue Asquith and Boogie Mites Trainer Tasha Bretten.

Join Sue and Tasha to learn how to support parental engagement and why we should promote home learning. Discover how research shows us that music can provide an effective tool for parent engagement.
Musical Storytime
Musical Storytime and Maths

Presented by professional storyteller Rohini Vij and Boogie Mites Trainer Liv McLennan.

Join Liv and Rohini to learn how to enhance storytelling with music, encouraging a love of stories, poems and music in children under the age of 5 through interactive musical storytime. Rohini will share storytelling tips and Liv will share music tips, together they will cover stories and songs that focus on developing foundations for mathematical thinking.

Improving literacy through music
Developing Literacy Foundations Through Music

Presented by Boogie Mites Trainer Tasha Bretten.

Join Tasha to learn how to support development of foundations for literacy. Discover how neuromusical evidence shows us that music can provide a valuable tool for strengthening phonological awareness, listening skills, storytelling skills and articulation, ready for reading and writing at school.

Neuromusical Evidence
Neuromusical Evidence and Early Years Music Workshop

Presented by award winning educator Dr. Anita Collins and Boogie Mites Trainer Liv McLennan.

Join Dr Anita Collins as she summarises the neuromusical evidence that supports how music can play a valuable role in developing strong foundations ready for school, contributing to closing the attainment gap at this vital time. Boogie Mites tutor, Liv McLennan will cover 4 Boogie Mites songs that will give you a taster of our music programmes.
Music for Healthy Living
Using Music to Promote the Healthy Living Message

Presented by PANCo Founder Linda Baston-Pitt and Boogie Mites Trainer Liv McLennan.

Join Linda and Liv to learn how and why to support the healthy lifestyles message in your childcare setting. Discover how neuromusical evidence shows us that music can provide a valuable tool for sharing the benefits of physical exercise, healthy eating, healthy planet and personal healthcare.
Music and Play Schemas
Linking Musical Play with Play Schemas

Presented by Early Years Consultant Ange Cane and Boogie Mites Trainer Tasha Bretten.

Join Ange and Tasha to learn how to recognise and support schematic behaviours in play. Discover how neuromusical evidence shows us that music can provide a valuable tool for linking with schematic behaviours.
Music and Mood
Boosting Mood and Emotional Well-being Through Music
Presented by Early Years Lecturer Dr Mine Conkbayir and Boogie Mites Trainer Liv McLennan. Join Mine and Liv to learn how to spot and support emerging mental health issues. Social skills have taken a big hit over the last 2 years, discover how neuromusical evidence shows us that music can provide a valuable tool for closing the gap in this area.
Music and Maths
Music Making Supporting Mathematical Minds

Presented by Early Years Consultant Sue Asquith and Boogie Mites Trainer Tasha Bretten.

Join Sue and Tasha to learn how to make maths fun in early years. Music is built on numerical sequences and patterns, discover how neuromusical evidence shows us that music can provide a valuable tool for laying strong foundations for mathematical thinking.

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