Welcome to our Monkey Music classes
Welcome back to looking forward to your live Monkey Music class every week in our gorgeous venues! Our Monkey Music classes are running face to face in our vevnues and we are running Monkey Music at Home online classes too! Our families are so delighted to be back with us! We’ve had some wonderful feedback about our gorgeous venues and classes!
If you're looking for a live, face to face (or online)music class for your baby, toddler or child in Chelsea, Belgravia, Gloucester Road South Kensington and Pimlico we would love to meet you and show you what we do! Come along and share precious time in our baby and toddler music classes at Monkey Music and enjoy reaching each milestone together, exploring musical activities, laughing and learning in a fun structured music class makes an incredible difference to the key areas of your baby and child's development long term!
Your first class is FREE and you can book directly from the website.
Rock’n’Roll babies from 3 months
Heigh-Ho Toddlers from 12 months
Jiggety-Jig 2&3 year olds
Ding-Dong 3&4 year olds
Expect lots of giggles, laughter and learning (for the grown-ups too!) as the babies and children are mesmerised by gorgeous puppets, amazing props, fascinating sounds and absorbing activities, specialist small hands percussion, dance and movement, magical bubbles and lots more!
“Our sincere congratulations on making all this happen! My daughter really enjoys the class and so do I, it feels safe and super well organised and we love our teacher too!”
Your first class is FREE and you can book directly from our website.
Your safety is of course paramount and we want to re-assure you that although things may look and feel a little different at class there’ll still be lots of fun and learning, making Monkey Music with your friends. (Please see below for details of our four stage, progressive curricula).
In addition to our usual Health and Safety training Monkey Music have completed a full and thorough review of our risk assessments and Government guidelines surrounding the necessary measures for Covid-19.