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Of all the languages a child could learn in life, probably none is as universal as music.

If your child is exposed to a wide variety of music - including the Baroque, classical and romantic eras – and to singing from a wide variety of cultures, she has the best chance of developing a good musical intelligence.

Movement and rhythm stimulate an infant's frontal lobes, which are the parts of the brain that enable her to speak and think. Those frontal lobes grow massively in the first six years. Therefore laying down stimulating activities for these lobes will lead to a solid future foundation for pattern recognition and fluent speech.

It is now known that evocative music is useful in creativity, understanding and developing key listening skills. We offer a wide selection of ideas throughout the programme.