At The Strings Club, we are passionate about welcoming children as young as 4 - all day. This is why all of our Holiday Camps are EYFS Ofsted-registered. What does being EYFS mean for your 4-5 year old child? Our Minis programmes are specifically designed for children aged 4-5 in reception and work alongside
We currently operate across the West Midlands and London. If you would like us to come to your area, please contact us via phone at 0121 296 9204 or email email@example.com. Locations
It varies from camp to camp, but c.6-15 depending on the holiday, location and day. Where there are more than 10 in a group we ensure a member of our pastoral team (Holiday Camp Manager & Holiday Camp Assistants) are available to help.
It varies from camp to camp, but we accept children in Reception right through to Year 6. For children that are in Pre-Reception, they are unable to join us throughout the year however they are more than welcome to join us at our Summer Holiday Camps a month before they begin school. It’s a great
We open at 08:00 each day for our Early Bird club -the perfect start to the day as it gives your child the opportunity to choose what they would like to do – think board games, arts and crafts, lego, selection of books, musical activities. We kick every day off with our “Welcome and Music
Please send your child with a snack for the break times, packed lunch, resealable & refillable water bottle, and weather appropriate clothing for playing outside. Every child can be provided with an instrument free of charge where they are booked on for a Learn Together, Play Together session. However, if your child already plays an
We recommend that those that are 4-5yrs old learn the ukulele. It’s a much easier and lighter instrument for the children to hold. The size of the ukulele is better suited for them as well. However, we do offer the violin for those aged 4-5yrs old at our weekly Term Time Courses – for more
Absolutely not – we are the perfect introduction to an instrument for the first time! We find that lots of parents ‘try’ our Holiday Camps to see whether the instrument is a good fit for their child before committing to regular lessons.
Absolutely not – our course leaders are experienced at teaching lessons to a range of ages and abilities. Where we have lots of children with prior experience we will run an Intermediate Ensemble.