Welcome to Fledgeling Music

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Fledgeling Family Music Groups

A time to be together >
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Sing, dance, play, imagine

Time to grow in confidence >
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Welcome to 'The Nest'

Your little ones very own travelling mini-theatre >
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Little Fledgelings fly with the school & nursery music package

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Children and teachers love our package

An exciting bundle bursting with extra creativity and wonderment >
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Family Music Groups

Bubbling with fun and laughter! Every session is planned to ensure progression of learning. Family sessions are now available at several locations.
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Fledgeling Music brings the joy and wonder of music to life.
Children explore exquisite instruments, sing fun songs and take part in musical storytelling.
Children grow together in confidence and interact positively as we play.

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Fledgeling Music

One of the big things we aim to do within our weekly music groups is to give children and their grown ups (parents, carers, childminders, grandparents...) a sense of belonging.

The biggest example of this is during the “Hello” song where Lorna and Pug the Bear greet each child by name.

Some of the other times are slightly more subtle however.

We sing a version of “see the little bunnies sleeping, til it’s nearly noon” but the children choose their own animal for the group to be. Some of the more confident children will happily shout out their selection, but we would like everyone to have a chance.

So, if your child is slightly more reluctant to share an idea then please feel free to do it on their behalf. If your child loves sheep or ostriches or pigeons or whatever, please mention it to one of us before the song and we can use it as a way of making your child feel special but still within their comfort zone.

It’s not just the children though; walking into a group can be daunting, especially if you don’t know anyone. And joining in with a group of fully grown adults slithering around like snakes can be awkward.

We want everyone to feel comfortable; Lorna is obviously at every session and there will usually be one or more of us Music For Families members present too (we will be wearing lanyards to identify ourselves). We are always able to chat or guide or simply reassure you that it’s fine not to stomp like an elephant.

If you are planning to try out one of our groups then why not make next week your first week?

Next week, I (Rachel) will be at both groups - Holt Monday 11:30-12:30 at Holt Youth Project and Briston Thursday 11:15-12:15 at The Copeman Centre.

Come and find me, I don’t bite, I promise (although Monday morning could be dicey!)

Let’s raise our numbers and celebrate our fantastic run of luck 😀
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