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The Music House for Children provides quality instrumental and vocal lessons at your London home as well as small group music lessons at our west London school.

Early childhood music lessons are given by our trained musicians to nursery sites and children’s centres across London. Our drop-in newborn, baby and toddler group lessons are an inspirational mix of thoughtfully woven musical dance, song and instruments, and are age appropriate.

During holiday times children enjoy multi-arts workshops, shows and performances.

We provide musical learning for children and babies with additional needs including speech and language delay, autism, deafness, cognitive impairment, ADHD and other undiagnosed needs.

Training in early childhood music includes lesson plans, creative curriculum learning, musical storytelling and language development. Training events take place across the UK and beyond. Our robust training modules emulate an ethos similar to Reggio Emila, Kodaly, Dalcroze and our own child-initiated principles much of which is also based on intuitive, musical play.

Term Dates:

Summer 16 • Monday 11th April • Half term: Monday 30th May – Saturday 4th June  • Last day: Saturday 16th July

Winter 16 • First day : Monday 5th September • Half term : 24th – 29th October • Last day : Saturday 17th December

Spring 17 • First day : Monday 9th January • Half term : 13th – 18th Febuary • Last day : Saturday 1st April

Summer 17 • First day : Monday 24th April • Half term : 29th May – 3rd June • Last day : Saturday 22nd July

The Music House for Children, 306 Uxbridge Road, London, W12 7LJ
020 8932 2652 / notes@musichouseforchildren.co.uk

The Music House for Children is a not for profit organisation established in 1994.
Company Number: 08294280

Our Patrons include:
Bill Bailey (www.billbailey.co.uk) and Sophie Ellis-Bextor (www.sophieellisbextor.net)

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CHARLES’ TEA PARTY. 
Our dear friend, colleague, father, brother and brother-in-law died on Thursday 16th June of pancreatic cancer.
Charles was a creative and unique individual. A gentle kind hearted and immensely talented craftsman and adored father he sought to make the world a nicer, more interesting place with his quiet wit and quirky character. He helped to create and shape the fabric of Bush Hall, The Music House for Children and Bush Hall Dining rooms. Charles is sorely missed.
6% of people who get pancreatic cancer live for up to 2 years. 1% make it to ten years. Yet only 7% of all monies raised for cancer research goes to pancreatic cancer. We HAVE to wake up to this killer disease and raise funds to beat the beast to oblivion. Will you help? Your contribution will go DIRECTLY to pancreas research. Our new charity will be called Charles’ tea party.
Please Click Here to donate.
Together we can raise the percentage. Together we can provide more people like Charles with life. Thank you. Emma, Lucy (sisters), Pippa, Antonia (daughters), Mike, Yvonne (parents).

Charles