Who runs Tempo Tots?
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
the NHS. She is also a children's entertainer and particularly interested in working with under fives. 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 parents/carers to engage with
their babies in an enjoyable and
What are the benefits?
Here are just a few:
Music lies at the core of who we are, in our heart
beat, our movement and the tone of our voice.
Singing, rhymes, musical games and playing
instruments are all great ways for parents and
carers to communicate with children.
Musical activities make learning and
communication fun and enjoyable. In addition,
research has shown that it can assist with early
language development, listening skills and
emotional wellbeing. These are all an essential
part of learning to read, write, listen and respond.
Participation in music classes such as Tempo Tots
provides a great way for your child to interact with
other children whilst developing their social skills,
peer awareness and confidence.