Rhythm Time, the successful UK provider of baby music classes and educational
music classes for toddlers and pre-schoolers, has announced that its summer music sessions attracted significantly
high numbers of children and their parents during August 2013.
Special summer sessions were held at a number of venues throughout the UK. Despite the souring temperatures and the normally quiet holiday season, Rhythm Time's toddler/family and baby music classes were predominantly fully booked.
Owner and founder, Kathy Doolan, was particularly delighted with the attendance of her summer classes in Solihull. "The sessions were buzzing and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves," she quoted. "When the weather was as hot as it was, you'd normally expect people to attend outdoor events rather than indoor ones, but we didn't experience that at all! We created specific summer activities for these sessions that were multi-sensory for the babies and fun and educational for the older children," she added.
Established in 1995, Kathy created Rhythm Time's music classes to enhance the development of babies and young children. From multi-sensory baby music classes to exciting toddler classes and educational pre-school sessions, Rhythm Time children enjoy a valuable introduction to music, and all classes are in line with the Early Learning Goals and Key Stage One.
"Like most children's activity classes, Rhythm Time tends to be term-time. However we felt it was important for parents and their young children to be able to continue to enjoy the benefits of music throughout the long summer holidays. This is why we organised these specific summer sessions and we were delighted at the high level of interest," says Kathy. "Attendees were a mix of those already attending Rhythm Time, as well as brand new customers who have subsequently signed up for classes," she added.
Rhythm Time always looks forward to welcoming new children and parents/carers and a free trial is available to them. The company also offers attractive music franchise opportunities across the UK. For further details, call 0121 711 4224 or visit rhythmtime.net/pr
Posted: 11th Sep 2013