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Benefit engaging in parent-infant activities

Benefit engaging in parent-infant activities

The benefit for parents of engaging in structured parent-infant activities compared to a control group: An exploratory study

The University of Manchester conducted research into the impact of attending structured parent-infant activities.   Parents completed questionnaires at three time points, and this short summary reports the initial finding from Time 1 and Time 2.

Study on bilingual toddler development

University of Liverpool and Plymouth University conducting research into bilingual toddler development.

Michele Gallen of the University of Liverpool is working in partnership with Plymouth University on a Bilingual Toddler Study.

She is now looking for families with a child or children under the age of 2 years who are being brought up in a bilingual environment. 

If you would like to get involved with the study please go to the website

The study only takes a few minutes to complete and can be completed on line.

Jo Jingles is going HiPP!

Jo Jingles is going HiPP!

Babies and families at selected Jo Jingles classes in the South and South West are being offered the chance to try out some new HiPP organic food pouches and product offers.
If you have already sampled these organic food pouches, we would love to hear your feedback - let us know at

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"Dear Nici, I just wanted to tell you how much Daniel and I enjoy your classes in Pershore. He especially loves the instruments and finding pictures under his mat. You obviously spend a lot of time and effort in planning each class and it really shows. It is a lovely way to spend a Monday morning. Daniel really looks forward to coming to Jo Jingles and as soon as I mention we are going, he puts his shoes and coat on straight away and is by the front door like a shot!."

Karen, mum to Daniel aged 2 and a half

One Man Band


Pack includes one Tambourine, one Bendy Bell and one Castanet - Colours may vary