And the surrounding areas...
Sensory music classes for your baby, toddler or pre-schooler in Romford, Hornchurch and surrounding areas.
At Music Bugs we provide gently structured, play-based sessions for children aged newborn to five years where they can learn and have fun in a multi-sensory environment. Our forty-five-minute classes are full of fun and excitement with a large variety of musical instruments and fantastic props such as puppets, hobby horses, floaty scarves, pom-poms, parachutes and a bubble machine. We sing a wide variety of nursery rhymes, counting songs, knee bouncers and action songs and most importantly create a relaxed and informal environment where you and your child can have fun together and make lots of new friends!
Watch this space for updates on venues, session times and launch dates.
I look forward to welcoming you and your little ones to my sessions very soon!
What our parents say:
“Sarah is animated and energetic, knows every child’s name and engages with them throughout the session. Very inclusive class with fun and chat.”
Mary Gleeson – Gran to Lottie (Mini Bugs)
“Sarah Cassidy is so enthusiastic about Bugs, she really gets the kids and parents joining in with all the songs and makes Tuesday mornings very enjoyable. I take my three grandchildren and we all love every minute. We have also booked birthday parties, she’s great.”
Pam Constable – Nanny to Ada, Maeve and Chloe (Family Bugs)
I have been running Music Bugs classes in the area for eight years now and absolutely love it. The children and parents I have met along the way have been wonderful and I have loved every minute of the music-making madness! Previously to this, I worked for five years in various childcare and education roles including Nursery Nurse, Teaching Assistant, Learning Support Assistant, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Teaching Assistant, Dance Teacher in a Primary School, Primary School Supply Teacher, Secondary School Cover Supervisor and Exam Invigilator. I worked in many nurseries (private day care, children’s centres and school nurseries) and schools all over London and Essex. Outside of work I am a Brownie and Guide Leader and very much enjoy all the fun and friendship Guiding brings. I love helping the girls learn important life skills, have fun, get creative and make friends for life. Through my experience of working with children in both education and childcare settings I have seen firsthand the benefits of music and learning through play in the early years. I have always had a passion for music and dance and played the cello and piano as a child, from the age of 7 to 18, as well as attending stage school, from the age of 4 to 18 where I did ballet, tap, modern and street dance. I have loved working with children of all ages throughout my career but found that the early years have the most fun! I love this age group as I get to be very creative. I also love being part of the babies’ firsts – first smile, first wave, first time clapping, first time holding a maraca, first time sitting up, first time moving forward, first steps etc. The early years are so important and precious and I just love being part of your babies’ and children’s weekly routine and helping them on their early learning journey as well as seeing them make friends, develop in confidence and gain skills that will help them in their future lives at school and beyond.
Some of the lovely feedback we've received from Music Bugs parents
Music Bugs Romford is a great place to take your young children. I have been taking my grandchildren to Sarah’s sessions for over seven years, seven grandchildren one after the other, and they have all thoroughly enjoyed it and the 9 year olds still talk about it. Sarah is great with the children and her enthusiasm makes it great fun.
Marilyn Ford – Nanna to Emily (Family Bugs)
Completely inclusive, something for all ages. Fun and a relaxed atmosphere to get to know other parents. Sarah is amazing and my little one focuses just on her.
Claire Kempster – mum to Bronwen (Baby Bugs)