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News: Local musical teacher brings Rhythm Time baby music classes to York, Selby and surronding areas

Rachel Marshall

Rhythm Time, the award-winning children’s music franchise group, welcomes Rachel Marshall, another new Franchise to their growing UK network of childrens music classes.  Rachel will be teaching young baby courses (for babies aged 0-6 months) and baby classes (aged 6-14 months) across York, Selby and the surrounding areas.

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.

Rachel is a qualified primary school teacher with a music specialism and has been teaching for over 7 years and loves watching children grow and learn. “I have had the pleasure of seeing the impact music can have on a young child's development over the past 7 years,” says Rachel.  “I had a passion for music from a young age and enjoyed learning to play the piano, flute and clarinet and later taught myself the saxophone. Now I have the best job where I can combine my love of music and working with children.

I have a lively two-year-old boy who spends most of his time singing and will make music out of anything! We loved coming to Rhythm Time and I am looking forward to helping local babies and children develop their music skills, confidence, language and fine motor skills through our fun multi-sensory activities. I cannot wait to share this exciting musical journey and in my local community,” adds Rachel.

For further details about Rachel’s classes please call her on 07847 717403 or e-mail her at [email protected]

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

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

Posted: 11th Sep 2017

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