Early years development specialists Tiny Tweeties have brought their own unique brand of fun-packed learning through music to the National Glass Centre.
Tiny Tweeties provides music-filled sessions based around regularly-changing themes each Friday at 10am and 11am. The 40-minute sessions are broken down into enjoyable sections which have been specially designed to engage children and their parents / carers.
Rachael Hair, director of Tiny Tweeties, says: “We’re especially looking forward to beginning our sessions at the NGC as it is such a creative environment, and will be our first and only regular session on Sunderland’s north side.
“We’ll be providing fun and action through our music, instruments and puppets, as well as valuable bonding time for parents and their children, which we have developed alongside our work with leading consultants from the field of early years education.”
Tiny Tweeties’ sessions at the NGC are suitable for children aged 0-4. Entry is £4 per child, and free for accompanying parents or carers (£2 per additional child). Tea, coffee, juice and biscuits are provided, and attendees do not need to book in advance. Occasionally sessions may not be able to take place as advertised, please check in advance to avoid disappointment.