Kids Music Lessons

Music Lessons your child will love

Pop Princesses & Rock Pirates

Kids music lessons just got exciting, so for the very best start for your budding musician and enrol your child in our fabulous Pop Princess or Rock Pirates lessons.

A great way to start for little fingers!  All teachers are fully DBS checked and we have a great fun programme for children to start them on their musical journey. Please contact us to enrol.

Why not try kids guitar group or kids singing group or our fantastic keyboard course and now Drums for age 7+, Music Gym is a great fun way to learn music! Call us now to get your 1st FREE taster session (t&c’s apply) in kids music lessons. 

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When to Start Music Lessons ?

There is a growing (and convincing) body of research that indicates a “window of opportunity” from birth to age nine for developing a musical sensibility within children. During this time, the mental structures and mechanisms associated with processing and understanding music are in the prime stages of development, making it of utmost importance to expose children in this age range to music.

The important question then is not when to start lessons, but what is the goal of music lessons for young children? For instance, very young children are not exposed to instruments in order to master them, but to gain experience and learn to develop meaningful relationships with music at a young age. If this is your goal, then the “lessons” can and should start soon after birth and certainly within the child’s first year.

These “kids music lessons” do not have to be—in fact, at first probably shouldn’t be—very formal. A parent can serve as guide by immersing the child in a musical environment. You should help your child focus on the music with simple movement activities such as musical games, swaying or dancing while holding the baby, or singing or playing an instrument for the child. We believe Kids music lessons should be fun and educational.

Once the child is around age three, it may be time for more formalized “lessons.” Again, the goal is not to learn to play an instrument but to further develop skills like identifying a beat in music, identifying melody, or identifying instruments. These parent-child lessons might be any number of preschool classes run by private individuals, universities, or community centers. To decide whether or not a class is suitable for your child, make sure your goals and expectations coincide with the teacher’s.

By age five, most children have built a foundation that has prepared them for formalized music lessons. Even now, the goal of the lessons is not to become a great performer on the instrument but to further the understanding of music. Piano and violin are the two most common instruments played at this age, but others have tried the recorder, guitar, or ukulele with success.


We start our kids on Private 1 to 1 Lessons from Age 4 for Piano, Age 6 on keyboards and Age 7 for Guitar and Singing.

We start our kids on Group Lessons from  Age 7 on keyboards and singing  and Age 8 for Guitar.

By age 10, the child will have a variety of skills associated with their instrument of choice. They’ll also have the physical strength to try a different, bigger instrument, such as a brass or large string instrument that requires a higher level of strength and stamina. Around this time, the goal of lessons appropriately transitions from gaining experience with music to improving performance ability.

In summary, there are three answers to the question, “What age should children begin music lessons?” Informal activities with music should start soon after birth, followed by more systematic classes around age three, and lessons with the goal of learning the instrument should start between six and nine. Keep in mind that these are only guidelines; exceptions will undoubtedly occur based on the child and/or teacher. Musical experience at an early age is extremely important in a child’s developmental process. Like riding a bike or learning a language, these skills can be learned later in life, but they will never be “natural” in the way that is so important for fluid musical performance.

Our kids music lessons are fun and age appropriate.

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