Musical Bumps classes in Croydon
Music groups, singing and fun for babies, toddlers and pre-school children with their parents and carers in Croydon!
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Thursday – St Mildred’s
9.30 – 1+ class
10.30 – babies
11.30 – 2+ class
1 pm – 3+ class
Friday – St Mildred’s
9.45 – 1+ class
10.45 – 2+ class
12.00 – 3+ class
Saturday – St Mildred’s
10.00 – Mixed age
I trained as a primary school teacher with a music specialisation. When my own child was born in 2004, I began looking for a job that would fit in with my new role and utilise my passion for music. Teaching Musical Bumps is perfect for me.
I am also passionate about teaching children to care for the planet so when time permits you might find me in a school teaching children how to recycle paper by making their own or talking about how great worms are for our gardens.
If you would like to come along to Musical Bumps and see the fun for yourself, please get in touch with me to arrange a free trial session.
You can phone us on 0845 094 6485 or complete this form to request a free link to a recorded class suitable for your child’s age group. Feel free to share this class with your child to get a flavour of the class structure and content.
The free recording is a great way of introducing your child to some Musical Bumps repertoire.
Please contact Maree for the latest information, or follow this link
Musical Bumps Croydon can create a bespoke programme of learning for your school or nursery’s specific needs. From one-off workshops or parties, clubs and choirs right through to a full music curriculum for EYFS and KS1, you can rely on Musical Bumps to provide stimulating, ambitious, practical and musical classes and clubs!
We are proud members of ICAP – the Institute of Children’s Activity Providers
Did you know that our 2019 Party raises £578.00 for Jessie’s Fund!
Each (normal) year Musical Bumps Croydon hosts a party to raise money for Jessie’s Fund. This money helps the charity continue their wonderful work enabling children with complex needs or serious illness to express themselves through music. In addition, we liaised with our local food bank in Croydon and party attendees were asked to bring along something extra to donate to those who are struggling. The kindness and generosity shown to others less fortunate was heart-warming and 2 days after the party, a car load of food and other essentials was delivered to our local foodbank. These donations will make a real difference to local people going through economic hardship. Volunteers at the food bank, themselves unsung heroes, were very grateful.
9 June – 16 July
St Mildred’s Centre, Bingham Road, CR0 7EB
St Mildred’s Centre in Bingham Road is a modern building with level access for pushchairs and buggies. Classes are held in the large hall where we can maintain social distancing. Entry is now through the front door whilst the side door is used as an exit from classes. Addiscombe tram stop is 2 minutes walk away and there is free parking in the surrounding streets.