Children

Kiddleydivey provide educational music classes for day nurseries and preschools for over 21 years. We are experts in the use of music to create themed educational activities to promote childrens development. We have developed our music programmes through vast experience and through utilising the expertise of qualified professionals within Kiddleydivey.

The Kiddleydivey Nursery Programme supports the guidelines given by the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and these learning objectives are woven into everything we develop, compose and produce.

Kiddleydivey programme | 0-2 years

Through the use of fun, structured music sessions, younger children are encouraged to develop and reinforce an understanding of key skills to improve social interaction, language and coordination through movement to music and rhyme.

The children develop an understanding of rhythm, tempo and volume in music sessions and explore the world around themselves in an enjoyable interesting and varied way.

Kiddleydivey programme | 2 – 4 years

The music based activity sessions build and further develop the skills they they have already acquired.

The children are encouraged to use music to learn about and develop a real appreciation of volume, pitch, rhythm and tempo whilst encouraging a deeper exploration of the world around them.

Co-ordination and social interaction is further developed along with language skills and educational key stage skills in these fun, varied and activity focused sessions.

Kiddleydivey Kittens | 0-2 years

Through the use of structured, fun music sessions, the younger children are encouraged to develop and reinforce an understanding of key skills which centre on fun activities to improve social interaction, language and coordination through movement to music and rhyme.

The children develop an understanding of rhythm, tempo and volume in the activity and music sessions and they explore the world around themselves in an enjoyable interesting and varied way.

Kiddleydivey Cats | 2-4 years

Kiddleydivey Cats – aged from 2 – 4 years. The music based activity sessions build and further develop the skills they they have already acquired.

The children are encouraged to use music to learn about and develop a real appreciation of volume, pitch, rhythm and tempo whilst encouraging a deeper exploration of the world around them.

Co-ordination and social interaction is further developed along with language skills and educational key stage skills in these fun, varied and activity focused sessions.

Kiddleydivey Explore | 0-4 years

Our KiddleydiveyExplore classes are suitable for all ages (from babies to 4 year olds) and personalities:

KiddleydiveyExplore is packed with oodles of fun filled sights, sounds, dance and puppets are perfect for children who may be quite shy, who like to explore things in their own time and pace, or for a baby who is experiencing music classes for the first time.

Through the use of structured, fun music sessions, the children are encouraged to develop and reinforce an understanding of key skills which centre on fun activities to improve social interaction, language and coordination through movement to music and rhyme.

The children develop an understanding of rhythm, tempo and volume in the activity and music sessions and they explore the world around themselves in an enjoyable interesting and varied way.

Kiddleydivey Active | 0-4 years

Our KiddleydiveyActive classes are suitable for all ages (from babies to 4 year olds) and personalities:
KiddleydiveyActive is ideal for a really lively child who can’t sit still and loves to jump, and dance. Its high energy & movement is perfect for those wiggly bottoms and there are no mats too!

The children are encouraged to use music to learn about and develop a real appreciation of volume, pitch, rhythm and tempo whilst encouraging a deeper exploration of the world around them.

Co-ordination and social interaction is further developed along with language skills and educational key stage skills in these fun, varied and activity focused sessions.

Connecting generations through music

Sharing music, spanning generations

Early years education through music

Accessing new pathways through music