BOOGIE MITES BLOG

Category: Early Years Development

 

Early Years Training for your Team – Boost learning and development through music

  Train Your Team To Boost Learning and Development Through Active Music Making Early Years Training - A Great New Years Present for Your Team Make it a Magical Musical 2019 What if...

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Discussing Early Childhood Development at Achievement for All’s 2018 conference

On Wednesday 17th October... ...We had the pleasure of attending Achievement for All’s ‘Every Child Included in Education’ Conference – to ensure no child is left behind. From early childhood...

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Musical Development Matters – a momentous achievement for all.

STOP THE PRESS MOMENTOUS ANNOUNCEMENT. Here at Boogie Mites, we are delighted to see the publication of Musical Development Matters non-statutory Guidance to the EYFS. We welcome the recognition tha...

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My Musical Transition – Top tips for Starting School

  4 aims to harness the potential brain-boosting benefits of early years music practice Tips for including effective music practice in your transition activities Feedback from schools ...

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The links and benefits of music and maths

  In this weeks blog we will be discussing the links and benefits of music and maths. We have previously highlighted that numeracy skills in the UK have become worse, not better. Could this pe...

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The Role of Music in Closing the Early Years Attainment Gap

This blog explores how focusing your Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP) budget on increasing active music making in your setting can help narrow the attainment gap. What is the attainment gap? Researc...

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Why There’s More to Early Years Music than Nursery Rhymes

Nursery Rhymes are a valuable element of early years music provision, but nursery rhymes alone will not maximise the potential brain boosting benefits that music can offer in early years development. ...

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Time For Transition

Well, here we are again – the summer term; a time of transition, moving on from nursery and pre-school towards Reception year. We wrote about this very subject three years ago, and noted that there ...

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