Monday Morning Music Workshops for babies and under-5s
Interactive, creative, and fun – our Shake, Rattle and Roll music workshops for early years are a great way to introduce your little ones to the world of music-making. Move and grove along to new sounds and songs, and get up close to the instruments of the orchestra. With no more than 15 children in a group, your child will receive individual attention as well as taking part in whole group activities.
Monday morning sessions:
Crawlers to Climbers (aged 1–2): 10–10.45am
Toddlers to Tinkers (aged 2–4): 11–11.45am
Wrigglers to Rollers (newborns–up to 6 months): 12–12.45pm
We also offer workshops for parents and babies from newborn to 6 months. This workshop is designed to enhance the connection between parent and baby during this exciting yet challenging time. The sessions will include singing, listening, relaxing and anything else that could help you during these early stages. You will be able to meet other new parents and chat through your experiences in a supported, relaxed environment.
'It was great to have music and singing as a support for the early months of motherhood. The songs we learned together have become an important part of our daily life'
Wrigglers to Rollers attendee, summer 2019
'Vanessa has the most wonderful manner with the children. She captures their attention with her humour and wit, encourages them to express themselves and gives them a feeling of confidence, worthiness and freedom'
Toddlers to Tinkers attendee, summer 2019
Booking for these classes is by term:
Autumn term September–December
Spring term January–March
Summer term April–July
Cost £100 for the term (10 sessions at £10 per session including VAT)
Booking for the Autumn 2019 term of Shake, Rattle and Roll is now closed.
Booking for the Spring 2020 term will open late October 2019.
Due to the popularity of these classes, we operate a lottery booking system, choosing a total of 15 applicants at random, for each age group.
Please note, priority will be given to those who have applied for the previous two consecutive terms, but were not successful in obtaining a place.