School of UberKids is our specially designed service for Babies, Toddlers and Children aged 0-5 years old. These classes are all about helping children develop the joy of music. Classes are fun, interactive and help to develop rhythm, movement and sound.
UberTots: for toddlers aged 18 months to 3 years
UberKids: for children aged 3 to 5 years old
UberBabies: for babies aged 0-18 months, we will be working with Nurseries and Children Centres to deliver this service. Please click here for more information on which Nursery and Children Centre will be hosting UberBabies classes.
To find out more about the advantages of introducing music to children at an early age, click here.
Pricing & How to Pay
Our classes are charged at £7.50 per class. We require block bookings with payments to be made for a minimum of one month. We currently only accept payments by BACS transfer.
Information for Nurseries & Children Centres
We are currently available to provide weekday sessions at various early educational and development sites. If you are a Nursery or a Children's Centre and are interested in hosting UberBabies sessions, please feel free to contact us.
UBERBABIES - Age 0-18 months These classes will be held at nurseries/children centres. They are fun interactive sessions using music an instruments to teach children counting, musical alphabet, sounds, words, etc...
UBERTOTS - Aged 18 months to just under 3 In this class, toddlers begin to explore a more structure lesson. It will still include a lot of singing and playing, but also starting to introduce them to specific instruments and sounds.
UBERKIDS - Age 3-5 year olds In the UberKids Class we look more specifically at instruments and music theory. Children will learn to play songs and will explore a different instrument every month.
Please note: parents and guardians are asked to stay in the class with their child. There are many benefits to sitting in with the children including seeing their development first hand, aiding with disruption of your child (toilet runs, tantrums!) and the capacity for continued development at home.