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News: Musical mumpreneur nurtures local children through developmental classes

Philippa Gosper

Rhythm Time, the award-winningchildren’s music franchisegroup, welcomes another new Franchisee to their growing network of children’s music classes. Philippa Gosper a marketer with a life-long passion for music, will be taking over the highly successful classes in the Leeds area.

“I attended Rhythm Time classes with my children and they absolutely loved the classes. It was genuinely rewarding to see the benefits of Rhythm Time and to watch my children grow in confidence and ability,” says Philippa. “When the opportunity arose to to take over the local music franchise, I jumped at the chance,” she adds. This new role enables Philippa to channel her talents and passion for music within a flexible, rewarding career that fits around her young family.

This is an exciting time for Philippa as the award-winning music classes forbabies, toddlersand pre-schoolers are already a very popular choice for parents right across Leeds.

Rhythm Time music classes have been written by a music teacher and specifically designed to help with development and learning, starting with stimulating young baby classes and leading to exciting toddler classes and educational pre-school sessions. Each Rhythm Time session has been thoughtfully curated to develop key physical and social skills. In each class key attributes such as concentration, routine, confidence, speech, and knowledge are continually being nurtured. These action-packed classes teach children valuable life skills, as well as learning to love the joy of music and movement.

For further details about Philippa’s classes please call her on 07426 869985 or e-mail her at [email protected]

Any parent wishing to book a Rhythm Time music class for their baby or toddler should visit find their nearest class.

Rhythm Time music franchise opportunities are available across other parts of the UK and more information can be found at

Posted: 6th Nov 2017

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