Children are naturally observing and absorbing every facet of their environment. This calls for an holistic way of learning.
This means providing a learning environment that makes way for the children to learn naturally – an environment that addresses the child’s basic development needs of movement, exploration, sensory-motor experience, language and stimulating activities that require their involvement.
“Education is not simply about imparting knowledge. Education has to support human development as a continuous process through different phases of life.” (Heyge and Sillick: 1999)
With an underlying belief in an holistic approach to early childhood music education, we have established our program on two simple but proven concepts:
All children are innately drawn to music.
A child’s learning increases significantly when it’s done within an enjoyable and stimulating environment, sensitive to their development needs.
Our programs are not about entertaining children with singing and musical games. We are about creating an environment where age appropriate, sensory-based musical activities become the foundation for stimulating and developing fundamental skills.
To achieve this we use language, movement, rhythm and melody in a fun, supportive, social setting. The outcomes are diverse with benefits to the children that extend throughout their growing years.
They are also receiving an excellent foundation for future musical pursuits. In addition, the family as a whole receives tools for building precious relationships and having fun in the classroom and at home.