Songs & Sounds
for ages 9 months - 2 years
Thursdays 11.15am - 12noon • Mycenae House
Fridays 11.15am - 12noon • Charlton House
Saturdays 11.30am - 12.15pm • Charlton House
Charlton Road, Charlton SE7 8RE
90 Mycenae Rd, Greenwich SE3 7SE
• Whole term (12 classes) £93.60 • 16 Apr-16 July
• Half term (6 classes) £50.40 • 16 Apr-27 May or 4 June-16 July
• Trial class £11 (Subject to space - please contact us to book)
Siblings - £1 per class. Siblings under 9 months - free.
Payment methods - book online in advance.
No lessons during half term, 28th May-3rd June.
More about the course
Songs & Sounds is the high-quality course for babies and toddlers aged 9 months to 2 years, from Greenwich Music School - a registered charity and centre of excellence in music education.
These classes offer meaningful development for your child. Each session forms part of curriculum informed by the latest academic studies and understanding of childhood and musical development, to support your child to develop through each term to school age and beyond.
Our friendly, industry-leading tutors have a passion for early years education and are experts in music and teaching. They understand just how much your little one can achieve, how music skills develop, and know how to encourage children’s natural musicality.
Classes are held in a welcoming, inspiring venue and each session includes live instruments, engaging and carefully chosen songs, stimulating musical activities, and music-based interaction.
You’ll be amazed at how much your child can learn!
What happens in a class?
In Songs & Sounds we’ll be learning songs to sing, moving to music, bouncing to rhymes, and exploring sounds with simple, child-friendly percussion instruments.
For the littlest ones (who won’t be singing themselves just yet!) seeing and hearing their loved ones sing and make music is fantastic for their musical development, and we’ll use touch, movement, and colourful scarves to involve all their senses in making music!
Here are just some of the ways we’ll be exploring music together: