Music Bugs Southampton News

Music Bugs face-to-face classes relaunch

We are delighted to be able to relaunch some of our face-to-face classes from 11th September 2020. Only locations that are Covid-secure and reopening will be launching and our class sizes will be reduced. Please see the ‘Classes’ tab for a full list of sessions that are relaunching and information about our sessions which remain closed for the time being.

We are taking bookings now… 

We are starting off with as small numbers as possible and will build those numbers up as and when it is safe to do so. If your favourite session is fully booked please add yourself to the waiting list and places will be offered to you as soon as safely possible. 

There are a number of things we are needing to implement in order to be Covid-safe and able to return at this time. These things will change along with government guidelines and we will lift restrictions as and when we can. Full details of the current procedures we will be putting in place can be found in the Downloads Section on this site. Please be assured that our top priority is the safety of everyone attending our classes but we will be doing everything possible to provide as much normality for your little ones as we can.

View our full timetable and book using the button below:

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Online sessions will still be available on YouTube and can be watched on a day and time to suit you, as many times as you want! Rewatch your favourite bits, watch in short chunks to suit your child’s attention span and even have the opportunity for your little one to be up on screen!

Use the blue button below to book and please like Music Bugs Southampton on Facebook and join our Music Bugs Southampton 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! 

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World Nursery Rhyme Week 2020

Registration for World Nursery Rhyme Week is open. 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.