Posts Tagged: music bugs

New classes starting in Cumbernauld

Music Bugs Glasgow North are launching two new classes from the 22nd August. Family Bugs (mixed ages) and Baby Bugs (newborn to walking) will run on Tuesday at Church of the Holy Name, Cumbernauld. For further details and to book, please email Amy Glover at: glasgownorth@musicbugs.co.uk

New classes starting in Trowbridge, Melksham and Corsham

Music Bugs North and West Wiltshire are launching several new classes from September. Baby Bugs (newborn – walking) and Family Bugs sessions (mixed ages) will start on Friday 8th September at Bowerhill Village Hall, Melksham. From Monday 11th September, Baby Bugs and Family Bugs classes will run at The Pounds Arts Centre in Corsham and also…

Twinkl, who provide teaching created planning and assessment tools are offering 2 Platinum subscriptions in a giveaway with World  Nursery Rhyme Week. To enter, please click here.

Music Bugs Discovery Day in July

Music Bugs will be holding a Discovery Day on the 15th of July in Wiltshire. If you are interested in learning more about running your own Music Bugs classes, please contact Claire Bennett at: info@musicbugs.co.uk or phone o844-578-1010. To learn more about our franchise opportunity and to request a copy of our prospectus, please click here.

Music Bugs Discovery Days

Music Bugs will be holding a Discovery Day on Friday 28th April and Saturday 13th May in Swindon, Wiltshire. If you are interested in learning more about running your own Music Bugs classes, please contact Claire Bennett at: info@musicbugs.co.uk To learn more about our franchise opportunities and to request a copy of our prospectus, please…

Music Bugs Award winners

Music Bugs annual award winners In recognition of their outstanding contribution to Music Bugs and the franchise network, the following franchisees and class leaders are the recipients of the annual Music Bugs awards for 2016. Franchisee of the Year Yvette Donovan, (Fareham, Gosport, Portsmouth), Julie Wilkins, (North Lincolnshire), Anna Murray (Doncaster), Vicky Bannister (Leeds) and Amy Glover…

World Nursery Rhyme Week 2017

World Nursery Rhyme Week will run from 13th – 17th November in 2017. Now in it’s 5th year, the event, organised by Music Bugs, celebrates the importance of nursery rhymes in early childhood development and education. Updates and plans for the event will be posted on Facebook and registration will open Spring 2017.

Music Bugs take on Wolves FC

Music Bugs Halesowen have been asked for the third year in a row to provide the Christmas party entertainment at Wolves Football Club for the Wolves FC Little Dribblers. For further details, please contact Emma at emma@musicbugs.co.uk

Thousands vote for their favourite nursery rhyme

World Nursery Rhyme Week, an annual initiative organised by Music Bugs,  invited Early Years settings and parents to vote for their favourite nursery rhyme and ‘Twinkle Twinkle’ topped the poll. Further details about the survey and the ‘Top 5’ results can be accessed here.

Record numbers for World Nursery Rhyme Week 2016

World Nursery Rhyme Week, an initiative organised by Music Bugs, welcomed over 9,755 registrations to this year’s event which took place from 7th – 11th November. Over 600,000 children under the age of 7 took part in the week long event which celebrates the importance of nursery rhymes in early childhood development and education. Available to…