Onsite Training

What training can I provide?

Are you looking for training to help your staff become more confident with music in your early years setting?  I can provide inset training to help:


Practitioners who work with babies to...

♪ Reflect on their current practice and how they can enhance their musical activities.

♪ To be able to plan/deliver musical activities that are suitable and safe.

♪ To be be able to select songs and rhymes suitable for the children in their setting.

♪ To be will be able to select listening activities suitable for the children in their setting.

♪ Know how to deliver a fun, stimulating and worthwhile baby music time.


Practitioners who work with 2 to 5 year olds to...

  lead a successful Music Time?

  teach songs and rhymes and know what to expect from the children?

  use percussion instruments with the children in their setting?

  get more from those props that are sitting in their cupboard?

  use recorded music easily and successfully?

  bring it all together to lead an enjoyable and worthwhile Music Time?


What does my training cost?

This depends on the length of the training session and the number of people attending.  I quote on an individual basis.

Plus travel expenses charged at 45 pence per mile.


Where can I offer onsite training?

Due to family commitments, I currently can only travel ~ 60 miles from my home in Kenilworth.  Please see map below to give a rough guide as to where I can travel.



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Sounds good?

If you would be interested in me attending your early years setting to lead a training session, please fill in the details below letting me know where you are based, when you would like the training and what early years music help you require to see if I can help. 

Thank you


Thank you for getting in touch. I will get back to you as soon as I can. Thank you, Anne

Feedback from in person training:

  • “Very practical with lots of ideas we can take back to the classroom.”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “I enjoyed the practical elements, especially the example music session at the end. It gave me a lot of ideas for my own class.”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “Lots of new ideas to bring to the class - Liked it, was very interactive”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “practical ideas we can use in class”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “I loved how interactive the training was. This really helped me to think of lots of ideas to do in class. Particularly useful for my class too who respond the best with music. ”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “I enjoyed the practical ideas and going to use some of these ideas with the children we have in our class. Thank you Anne - very interactive and got me thinking”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “Very fun and enjoyable, interactive and lots of resources. Anne made everyone feel comfortable. Made it relevant to all abilities of children. ”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “Really fun and informative. Got everyone involved with trying the activities and singing. Anne was really enthusiastic which really helped ease any situation.”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “I loved the under the sea prop, the drawing activity and the stepping stones.”

    Chiltern Wood School

  • “In response to what did you enjoy/like/find useful: The instruments - more creative with listening to music”

    Cherubs Playgroup

  • “The repertoire was wide”

    Cherubs Playgroup

  • “In response to what did you enjoy/like/find useful: Practical side and demonstrations. The visuals and different ideas given.”

    Cherubs Playgroup

  • “Loved the new songs, and also ideas using fabric and instruments - hadn't thought to use similar instruments rather than a range.”

    Cherubs Playgroup

  • “In response to what did you enjoy/like/find useful: Use of music in stories; list of music and new great songs; how to use instruments more effectively with children and get more positive learning/play.”

    Cherubs Playgroup