|When?||Classes run Monday - Friday mornings|
|Fees: 1 - 2 y.o.||$15.00 per 30 minute lesson per lesson, payable at the start of each term (terms follow the 10-week act school terms)|
|Fees: 3 y.o.||$19.50 per 45 minute lessonper lesson, payable at the start of each term (terms follow the 10-week act school terms)|
|Where?||In our purpose-built studios Bellchambers Music school upstairs 61-63 Colbee Court East, Phillip|
|Parking||outside our front door!|
Our early childhood classes are designed to give your child a love of music from as soon as they can bop along. Featuring an internationally-recognised curriculum and taught by highly trained music educators, our classes are designed to engage your child holistically through music. We use fun, interactive activities, singing and dancing, craft, musical performance, and games, to help your child develop intellectually, socially, verbally, and physically. And as your child grows, so does the scope of our classes, as we introduce them to the language of music in a way they’ll enjoy and understand, and you’ll love for the musicians it creates!
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Studies have shown that children who undergo musical training from an early age are better at learning and retaining new words, have better reading ability and have better concentration and problem-solving skills. Learning to play an instrument as a child may even assist academic learning right through to adulthood.
When you think of what it takes to learn music, the results of these studies are not really surprising. Musicians have to multi-task by reading music, keeping the beat, staying in tune, playing in harmony with others, memorising and focusing. Oh, and let’s not forget the social aspects of music – musicians have to listen, share and take turns, and communicate!
Even when your child is sitting and watching, they are learning! Our courses are designed to teach skills ranging from keeping the beat, to memorising and focusing, to listening, sharing and taking turns, all through interactive activities, games, and lots and lots of music!