ABOUT TEMPO TOTS
MUSIC FOR YOUNG CHILDREN IS A VALUABLE TOOL IN ENHANCING PERSONAL, SOCIAL & EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
For young children music is an extremely valuable tool in enhancing personal, social and educational development. It is therefore important to encourage children's interest in music. Encouraging them to interact and become involved with the act of making music is a valuable step in your child's development.
By involving them in music you are helping to expand their positive problem-solving skills and develop their memory skills. And by giving them a way of expressing themselves, you will be encouraging their creativity and improving their self-confidence and self-esteem.
You don't need any special musical ability to start enjoying music with your child. In fact, learning together is a great way of interacting and bonding with your child.
Charlotte has a Masters degree in Music Therapy from Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy Centre, London and a BMus from Trinity College of Music.
She has been working for several years as a music therapist, both in mainstream, special education and as an NHS and an Early Years Music specialist in primary schools across the UK.
She is also a children's entertainer and particularly interested in working with KS1, KS2 and the very young.
Through Charlotte's extensive training which has focused on musicianship, child development, aspects of psychology and pathology, early intervention and health promotion. Tempo Tots classes create opportunities for caregivers to engage with their child in an enjoyable and interactive environment.
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