Coronavirus Update – Classes Suspended
Following the most recent government guidelines due to Coronavirus all Music Bugs Shrewsbury classes are now suspended until further notice. Please like Music Bugs Shrewsbury on Facebook and join our Music Bugs Shrewsbury Parents and Carers private group to see what we’re up to online and join our virtual community as we keep the singing and smiles going remotely during these times!
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MusicBugsShrewsburyTelfordStafford/
Parent & Carers Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2301791893380844/?source_id=851199445032308
Thank you so much,
I’m really excited to announce that we’ll be opening classes in Shifnal from September! We’ll be at the Scout Hut on Curriers lane on Thursday mornings with a Family Bugs and Baby Bugs class initially. These sessions will be open to book soon
Our Song of the Month
Every month we have a new song that we sing in every session. This month, we are using ‘There Was A Tree’ and it just so happens that we have a lyric video for it! Your little bugs will love singing along at home.
New Class at Medieval Madness.
Exciting news for our Shrewsbury families! Our classes at Medieval Madness will now run as follows:
- 11am Family Bugs (mixed ages)
- 11am Mini Bugs (0-2 years)
Remember, every session at this fantastic venue also includes a free play on the equipment after class!
We have NEW classes in an area near you and we’d just love you to join us! Every week we use puppets, props and our lovely percussion instruments to create magical moments with you and your little ones. We sing known songs along with new favourites and every 40 minute session is FULL of fun! There are always bubbles too… ❤️
🐞Saturday: Telford @ 10am
🦋Monday: Telford @ 10am
🐌Tuesday: *NEW CLASS* Newport @ 10am
🐝Wednesday: *NEW VENUE* Shrewsbury @ 10am and 11am
🐜Wednesday: Telford @ 1.45pm
🐛Thursday: Shrewsbury @ 1pm and 1.50pm
Click here for full class details
World Nursery Rhyme Week 2020
Registration for World Nursery Rhyme Week will open in June. Organised by Music Bugs, the initiative focuses on the importance of nursery rhymes in early childhood development and education and in 2019, over 1.3 million children took part. The dates for 2020 are 16th-20th November and all resources are provided free. If you would like to be notified when registration is open, you can sign up to the World Nursery Rhyme Week mailing list on the main website here.