Rhythm Time, the award-winning children's music franchise group, has teamed up with the Children’s Activities Association (CAA) to help raise funds and awareness for Caudwell Children and the CAA through a new initative ‘Children’s Activities Week’. Children’s Activities Week is an exciting new national event that celebrates the hundreds of thousands of activities, clubs and classes benefiting millions of parents and children every day across the UK.
With the theme for the week being FLYING #WatchMeFly and FUN, Rhythm Time children
(and many grown-ups!) will be dressing up to attend their local class during Children’s
Activities Week. Look out across social media or on the streets of Britain during this week for
a wealth of bees, pilots, butterflies, rockets, ladybirds, superheroes, fairies and more, all in
celebration of the week and all the exciting things taking place.
Posted: 22nd Apr 2018 | Read the full article…
Music Franchise Group, shortlisted as a Finalist in 2 Categories in the 2018 ‘Woman Who… Achieves Awards’
Rhythm Time, the award-winning children's music franchise group, have been shortlisted as a Finalist in two categories for the ‘Woman Who…Achieves Awards’. The Business awards are designed to recognise the achievements of women in business and to inspire rising stars of the future.
Kathy Doolan, Founder and MD of Rhythm Time music classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, is proud to announce that she has been shortlisted as a Finalist in the ‘Small Business (services)’ and ‘Inspiring and Outstanding Leader’ categories. “This is fantastic news for Rhythm Time as I'm passionate about encouraging talented people into franchising and providing a rewarding, flexible career that fits around their own personal commitments. I’m delighted to be recognised for my achievements and want to thank all my fabulous franchisees for making this the fantastic organsiation it is,” says Kathy.
Posted: 14th Apr 2018 | Read the full article…
Rhythm Time Music Franchise Group brings the benefits of singing and music to a local Autistic Children’s Charity
More and more parents and teachers of special needs children are starting to realise the remarkable connection between music and autism. Research has shown that when autistic children interact with music on a regular basis, their behaviour and communication can improve.
Rhythm Time, Music Franchise Group has recently been approached by ‘The Whole Autism Family’ charity based in Dewsbury. The charity was set up by local parents in 2014 to provide help, support and guidance to families who are affected by autism. As a mother of five boys, two of whom have autism, the charity Founder and Chair, Anne Marie started to explore the possibilty of providing music classes as she realised how music was something that her children had responded well too and enjoyed.
Posted: 1st Apr 2018 | Read the full article…