Weeny Boppers
Weeny Boppers - Childrens Parties Kegihley

About Us

Weeny Boppers staff have a curent DBS check, first aid training and  Public Liability insurance.

The creator of Weeny Boppers is Karen Davidson.  She ran the business providing numerous classes in community venues as well as in Primary Schools, Children’s Centres and Nurseries and parties for 10 years before selling Weeny Boppers to Claire Butterfield.

Claire attended Weeny Boppers with her family when they were younger and loved the classes.  Claire has years of experience working with children and families, having a BA Hons in Community Studies and Youth work, working in various community settings, college and school as well over 20 years volunteering for Girlguiding in Keighley.

  • We ensure all our sessions are fun and engaging! Plus all our sessions are carefully designed to:
  • Increase Health & Fitness
  • Develop physical skills, balance and co-ordination
  • Improve social and emotional skills
  • Encourage turn-taking, problem solving and team work
  • Teach listening and attention skills
  • Develop language and communication skills
  • Stimulate pattern-recognition and maths skills
  • Build confidence and self-esteem
  • Stretch imagination and creativity

Details

Over
10
Years
Established in
2007
Kids Parties Keighley, West Yorkshire

We provide unique party activities and action-packed entertainment incorporating musical games, parachute play, instruments, bubbles, team competitions, movement with scarves and streamers, dancing, ball play, animal tag, start and stop games, an obstacle course with hoops and tunnels, pom-poms, puppets... plus loads more fun and excitement.

Packages are suitable for boys and girls and can be specifically tailored to suit any age from 1st to 6th birthdays.

You an invite family and friends and a whole class. We cover Keighley and surrounding areas around West and North Yorkshire.

Weeny Boppers teaches foundational music skills – beat and rhythm, melody, high and low notes, bumpy and smooth, quiet and loud, and fast and slow tempos.

Children learn more in their first seven years than at any other time in their lives. Research shows that active music making in early childhood can help aid learning in literacy; reading; language; pattern recognition; numeracy and maths. In other words, music provides a strong foundation and gives your child a great head start.

Weeny Boppers programmes are carefully designed to directly support the goals of the Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1.