Boogie Mites launches training packages

Boogie Mites has announced that it is launching its fully self-paced online training packages for each of its 3 core music programmes.

The package includes:
  • Neuromusical evidence videos presented by world renowned neuroscience and music researcher Dr Anita Collins
  • Introduction video covering links to early years development and an overview of the self-paced training and programme resources
  • Five training modules covering how to implement each of the songs and video of the songs in action
  • Summary video considering supporting and observing progression, intent, implementation and evaluation
  • Digital programme resources plus optional physical resources pack of CD and flash cards.
Neuromusical evidence videos

Boogie Mites music programmes and training have always been informed by the neuroscience evidence and we have long followed the work of Dr Anita Collins who is based in Australia. Anita has travelled the world visiting neuroscience laboratories that research the effect of music on the brain throughout life. She translates the findings into everyday language and provides materials, books, lectures and online courses for advocating the vital part of music in education. Anita has created 4 video modules that explain the neuromusical evidence regarding the impact of music on brain development in early years exclusively for Boogie Mites, it is her first focus on early years. The videos cover:

Part 1 – A whole brain workout

The history of neuromusical research and the astounding early findings. Music learning links to language, attention span and executive function.

Part 2 – Sensory networks

Research findings that show how music supports the triangle connecting the auditory, visual and motor cortices of the brain and the neural networks that stem from this triangle.

Part 3 – Causal and correlational connections

Music learning supporting phonological development and school readiness skills including social, behavioural and spatial awareness connections.

Part 4 – What music activities? School ready skills through music

Rhythmic and melodic awareness exercises. Group music making for harnessing team work skills. Building strong foundations for literacy and learning generally, ready for school.

Our 3 Core Music Programmes

You can find out about each programme and listen to clips of the songs via our website shop pages.

Boogie Mites School Ready (3-5 years) –

Boogie Mites Minis (2-3 years) –

Boogie Mites Teenies (under 2’s) –

The programmes can be purchased online or via email to [email protected]

Key benefits for your setting:
  • Upbeat original music that uplifts all involved
  • Learn to lead creative music activities with confidence
  • Team-building training course that up skills all involved
  • Lifetime licence and access to digital training videos, all original songs and supporting resources
  • Engage children in an inclusive group learning activity through musical fun
  • Support children’s development with activities based on neuroscience evidence
  • Use the power of music to strengthen vital pre-phonics skills that provide children with the foundations for strong literacy skills
  • Linking your music-making to EYFS statutory and non-statutory guidance
  • Tried and tested by thousands of happy early years settings across the world
  • Gives the setting a music advantage for sharing with parents
  • Provides an effective vehicle for parent involvement
  • Eco-friendly music activities – using recycled materials for instruments and digital music resources that last the lifetime of the setting

Once your setting has the licence for one Boogie Mites programme you will receive a 20% discount code for all future programme purchases.


“Our music sessions were stale and a bit flat, these Boogie Mites sessions have really improved our music, with the reassurance we are meeting the Letters and Sounds requirements. Such good value!” Kirsty Winwood, Rainbow Nursery

“This course has really given me the opportunity and tools to bring music back into the classroom with purpose. Learning through music now has a completely different meaning for me.” Kirsty Bard, The Lake House Nursery, Bristol

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