mainly music

2 October, 2018Community

Are you are the parent or primary carer of a pre-school child? mainly music is a fun music and movement session for you and your pre-schooler to enjoy together with yummy snacks, the chance to catch up with other parents and much more…

Throughout the thirty-minute music session, children develop gross and fine motor skills, language, imagination, maths and pre-reading skills. They then enjoy a healthy snack before having a time of free-play whilst the parents/carers have the opportunity to catch up over a cup of real coffee/tea and delicious morning tea. Children are introduced to music, creativity and more, plus families given a chance to think about the God-part of life.

Our mainly music sessions run on Monday mornings from 9:30-11:00am during term-time (starting the second week of each term) and cost $5 per family. We are currently full, however we operate a waiting list and if you'd like to come for a trial session, then get in touch and we'll fit you in.

Check out the link for the current mainly musings newsletter.

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