create developmental programmes for babies and young children using the medium of specially created sound systems, sound effects, music and song; much like an interactive musical for very young ones.
With eyes wide open children explore their world, showing genuine curiosity in everything that happens around
Reggio Emilia believed that children should have opportunities to explore via sensory experiences and should be able to express themselves in many ways. The Reggio learning environment is creative and offers beautiful spaces playing with light, mirrors, transparency, colours, textures to name a few. Building on this theory, Hartbeeps looked at how they could offer portable wonderlands using practical, yet unusual props to support their themes, stories and characters. Their continuous specialist backing tracks offer every class or production; moods, wonder and awe. Their soundtracks also play with energies; certain aspects being taken from music therapy.
Babies and young children need activities and play to engage their senses. Activities that engage the senses help develop cognitive thinking skills and promote active learning that is fun, encourages bonding and stimulates growth and development.
Research has shown that babies and young children (under 5 years of age) develop at a rapid rate, with many studies stating that the first 3 years of a child’s life are the all-important formative years, whereby he or she will lay down the foundations for his or her future. Working closely with the little folk, Hartbeeps know how incredibly clever they are, how they watch intently, play and explore using deep levels of concentration and how their growth and development is rapid and ever changing.
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By Train: Pinner Village Hall is a short walk from Pinner Station on the Metropolitan Line.
By Bus: We are a short walk from the bus stops that serve the 183, H11, H12 & H13 buses.
By Car: There is ample parking in the adjacent pay and display Chapel Lane Car Park.