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All Aboard for Autumn Classes

Climb aboard for a musical adventure with exciting songs and activities about the seaside, holidays and transportation with Music for Little People classes in the Autumn.  Some of the songs will be traditional favourites which some of the children will already be...

Here Comes the Sun, doo-bee-doo-bee!

Waddling like ducks, soaring with the seagulls and counting down from 5 as those naughty ducks get lost while swimming – Here at Music For Little People we’re really looking forward to the warmer weather and singing about birds as they all return for the Summer.  We’ll all be involved in music that has birds as a theme – from listening “oh so carefully” for that cuckoo call again in “The Carnival of the Animals” to jiving to “Bluebirds over the Mountain” by the Beach Boys.  We’ll also visit countries as diverse as the West Indies and Australia to hear about the yellow bird and the kookaburra.

Music Teachers Wanted

Music For Little People is a successful pre-school music teaching programme and is currently recruiting new teachers. If you have a genuine care for children, guaranteed reliability and a proven musical ability this is a business opportunity that will allow you to...

Spring Classes

Come and Join Music for Little People for our Spring Classes Music for Little People has lots of exciting material planned for the spring term.  We shall be thinking of time spent with families and gift giving as we sing songs and listen to music about dolls,...

Benefits of Music Education

All children are musical - and music classes also help a child’s personal and social development and other learning skills. Learning to play instruments improves a child’s confidence and co-operation, develops their physical dexterity, improves motor skills and...

January Classes

We have an exciting term planned this January! Make memories and learn with our qualified teachers as we sing songs about toys and teddy bears. Some of the songs are traditional favourites such as “Wind Your Bobbin Up” and “Miss Polly had a Dolly”, and some are...

What use are these old-fashioned nursery rhymes?

Are we losing the lullabies, nursery rhymes and action songs that are traditionally part of early childhood – and does it matter? When we sing lullabies and rock our children we are educating the earliest of the developing senses: the vestibular system.  This sensory...