Group Music Classes

Music, movement, and dramatic play enhance a child’s capacity for expression. Through interactive songs, games, movement activities, and stories, children are exposed to musical concepts such as pitch, rhythm, dynamics, and tempo. Children are encouraged to express their feelings and emotions, learn to work in groups, and develop their self-confidence and imagination.

Benefits of Group Classes

Communication and Cooperation

Communication promotes socialisation, enhances peer interactions, and fosters a sense of belonging. Facilitating interactions with other students can significantly benefit their social and emotional development.

Joint Attention

Joint attention skill is a key skill that helps children develop social and communication skills 

Emotional Regulation

Participating in activities that provide a sense of achievement and growth can promote emotional regulation for children with special needs.

Waiting and Turn Taking

Our group classes help to facilitate waiting skills, turn-taking skills, and many more. Formal schools often assess the child’s group skills to decide on his or her enrolment, class, and level designation.

Class Details

– Duration: 1 hour per session
– Age: 8 and below

– Class size: 4 to 10 children per class
– Parent accompaniment: No

Our Approach

    1. Our teachers are trained to work with children with special needs, and focus on building a strong therapist-child relationship so that the child will be a happy and willing learner

    2. Children are introduced to music through a wide range of instruments such as handbells, egg shakers, xylophones, glockenspiels, tambourines, castanets, maracas, and more

    3. Children develop body awareness through song and dance, with a focus on action and tacting songs

    4. Structured activities are introduced to develop fine and gross motor skills, hand eye-coordination, and listening skills

    5. Classes are kept small and taught by a lead teacher, and supported with teaching assistants. This ensures that every student receives plenty of care and attention

Our Student Profile

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  • Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Intellectual Disability (ID)
  • Selective Mutism
  • Speech Delay
  • Gross and Fine Motor Skill Delay

How Classes Go