Rhythm Time franchising network, a fantastic, enthusiastic team of leaders came together online this weekend to exchange knowledge, share ideas and learn about new initiatives for our new online platform. A Rhythm Time conference would not be the same without some musical fun and our franchisee training manager ensured that we all enjoyed some Rhythm patterns!
Despite the coronavirus crisis Rhythm Time has worked tirelessly to adapt its award-winning classes to be enjoyed online and at home, to ensure that children aged from 0 - to 6 years benefit from continuous development.
The classes are available right across the UK and parents can choose from live-streamed or recorded sessions on a daily basis, allowing parents to fit them in around family routine.
If you and your little one would like to start enjoying all the fun of developmental musical classes every day at home, it’s very easy to join!
All this is included in the price of £22.50 per month (that’s just 75p a day!):
· 30-minute, age-appropriate classes several times a week (these will be a mix of live and recorded sessions)
· Lots of activities and fun things to do at home with your little ones (including how to make your own instruments, activity sheets, storytime and lots more!)
· Everything is specially designed for little ones aged 0 to 6
· You can enjoy being part of a friendly, online community where you can chat with other parents in the safety of a closed group.
Keep your little ones entertained and stimulated at home! Just click the link below to book, and your Rhythm Time fun can start straight away!
We are working closely with the Children’s Activity Association. They will guide all pre-school activity groups to follow the best practise. With their guidance, we are looking at safe ways to get classes back to venues when we can.
“A huge thank you to your whole team for all the hard work you’ve done to make this possible for us. We’re so happy we don’t have to miss out on our Rhythm Time class.” Mum to Jack.
“With the enforced isolation brought about by the current health crisis it is extremely important to stay active, fit and healthy,” said Mr Sutcliffe. “Rhythm Time’s Facebook live classes, which feature content especially designed for babies, toddlers and pre-school children, help parents to ensure that their young ones continue to do just that.”
“Whilst Rhythm Time’s content is great for developing listening, speech and language skills, together with confidence and self-esteem in children, its equally important that parents have a platform on which they can chat and share ideas,” concluded Mr Sutcliffe.
Posted: 7th Jun 2020