Our vision is simple – we want to inspire as many children as possible through music.

Since 2012, we have inspired thousands of children through our range of multi award-winning music programmes.

We’re For Parents Too

Because we want to support you too.

We know it’s daunting trying to choose an activity for your child to take part in so we have created a few activities for you to get your child started on their musical journey with us.

Peace of Mind

Your child’s welfare is our number one priority and we do everything possible to ensure your child is safe and secure at all times.

We handpick our team because of their wealth of experience as qualified teachers and fully-trained childcare professionals.

Ways to Save

At The Strings Club we aim to make the love of music accessible to children of all abilities and backgrounds.

From free hire of an instrument at a Holiday Camp, 10% sibling discount, childcare vouchers and tax-free credits, we’re proud to offer plenty of ways to save money.

Enhancing Your Child’s Development

We are passionate about ensuring all children develop with us in more ways than one. This could include anything from musical ability to confidence to focus to teamwork skills to the ability to develop positive relationships with others.

  • 10% Sibling Discount

  • Childcare Vouchers and tax-free childcare

  • Free instrument hire at Holiday Camps

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First Steps

We’re really excited to be helping your child begin their musical journey with us.

As a mum myself, I fully understand the array of children’s activities out there. I also know it’s finding the right one for your child that really matters. If you’re looking for an activity for your child that ignites their love of all things music, then you’ve come to the right place….

To make it easier for you, I’ve thought about all of the things that excited me when I was first introduced to music and put together some fun activities to guide you and your child through your first steps. I hope you find them enjoyable.

Igniting your child’s love of music can start with some fun-filled creativity!

Why not download our Activity page, print and ask your child to complete.

Inspiration comes in many different forms and I think there is no better way to first experience the joys of variety than listening to a range of inspirational pieces of music. Learning to play an instrument isn’t just about practising, but also listening to a range of musical styles from classical to folk to world music.

You can download my Recommended Listening pages where I have listed a number of my favourites alongside some fun facts:

Not sure which instrument to start on? Come along to one of our Discovery Days where your child can try out two new instruments and receive two 20 minute lessons for free!

Choosing an instrument for your child to learn can be a difficult and expensive process.

That’s why at our Discovery Days, your child will be able to try out two new instruments of their choice and experience two 20 minute lessons – all for free.

At The Strings Club, we are very lucky to have some of the UK’s best string teachers so we asked them to put together their own personal tips for beginners.

Have a look at our brand new YouTube channel to introduce your child to the violin, ukulele, guitar and cello!

  • Be creative

  • Listen

  • Play

  • Watch

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Peace of Mind

Providing a safe and nurturing environment for your child is central to everything we do

We handpick all of our team members because of their wealth of experience as qualified teachers and fully-trained childcare professionals. All undergo a rigorous selection and training process including DBS Enhanced Disclosures, two reference checks, first aid training and receive ongoing training.

Our Holiday Camps are Ofsted-registered and therefore comply with all welfare and learning and development requirements. Not only can you rest assured that our team caring for your children are fully vetted, but also our high standards are delivered at each Holiday Camp for your peace of mind.

So you can relax knowing that your child is in the best of hands.

  • Rigorous selection

  • DBS-Checked staff

  • Rigorous training inc First Aid

  • Ofsted-Registered

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Ways to Save

Save That Little Bit Extra With The Strings Club

At The Strings Club we aim to make the love of music accessible to children of all abilities and backgrounds. That’s why we’re proud to offer plenty of ways to save money with us.

We offer 10% sibling discount on the ‘Standard Hours’ at our Holiday Camps and across our Term Time Courses.

Sibling discounts are automatically applied at our online checkout.

Save that little bit extra on our Holiday Camps by paying with childcare vouchers! We are proud to be registered with all childcare voucher providers. Check our FAQs for more info on ways to pay with Childcare Vouchers.

We know that a trip to a local music shop may not be on your priority list and that’s why we offer free instrument hire at our Holiday Camps – and to take home!

At our Term Time Courses, your child can hire an instrument for less than £3 per week, leaving the stresses of buying an instrument behind.

Find a list of our favourite independent music shops here. 

  • Vouchers

  • Discounts

  • Free hire

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Meet Founder Amy

The Strings Club was founded in 2012 by professional violinist and teacher, Amy Cunningham.

Her aim was to give primary school children an opportunity to discover and engage with music in a rewarding, enriching – but most of all fun way.

The very first Strings Club took place in Camden, London with just 6 budding string players. It was a huge success and a parent at the end of the concert asked, “When is the next one?”

The word had started to spread and since then, Amy has been devoted to creating inspiring musical experiences for children.

Prior to establishing The Strings Club, Amy had trained as a violinist at The University of Birmingham (BMus. Hons) and The University of London (MMus) and had performed amongst many well-known ensembles.

During her training, Amy also worked for numerous recognised music services as well as a classroom music teacher – of which she taught over 250 children per week – from ages 4 – 18.

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