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03 September 2015

DHX Brands and Jo Jingles launch In the Night Garden activity programme through Family & Education and iChild

Developed and promoted through iChild, DHX Brands has teamed up with Jo Jingles, the UK’s largest provider of pre-school music, singing and movement classes, to create branded activity sessions for pre-schoolers.

The activity programme will reach over 30,000 children and their families as part of their daily classes. Utilising the music, movements and rhymes from the In the Night Garden television series, the branded sessions will enrich and enhance the existing pre-school schedule.

The partnership and programme was developed by Family & Education, and is being promoted through its leading child development and education website iChild.


Charlotte Hill, senior brand manager at DHX Brands, said: “In the Night Garden presents a magical world which pre-schoolers are now able to access in a whole new way. Music and dance are key components of early learning, and we are confident that the programme we have developed alongside our fantastic partners will be a new favourite. The sessions will be widely promoted through national and local advertising, on social media, on all In the Night Garden platforms as well as on”

IChild home page ITNG

Family & Education also developed In the Night Garden activity books, posters and stickers for the children to take home after the activity sessions.


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