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Story, live music, fabulous props and interactivity all under a tree- buckets will be shaken for the park.
CLIP make award winning, spell binding arts for the u-5s. This session, which is part of the Family Fun Day at the park, is suitable for babies as it's heavily sensory, suitable for older children as it's a story, will take us on a journey to the Billygoat's Gruff meadow, to meet the animals and have a whole load of fun! . We'll be shaking a bucket for the upkeep of the park after the event. The session will take place in the children's centre if the weather doesn't permit an outdoors event
My older toddler was never really into these types of classes despite my effort of taking him at all ages to various classes. I wish I would have tried this one! I took my second child, now 4 months old, to this class and he is was completely mesmerised! It was fantastic! It wasn’t too over the top and the song choices were great and varied. Would highly recommend and we will definitely be back
The class content was great, we have been before and really enjoyed it, but there were far too many people, lots of the children couldn’t see what was going on because there were adults in front of them and it was hard to keep track of the kids in such a busy place
As always, a lovely and lively class focused on the wee ones and getting the parents involved. My girl doesn’t like the basket activity but she sure did like “helping” distribute and collecting them. And making cheeky attempts to free the glitter balls from their colourful cage. She danced herself into a fantastic nap, which I’m always grateful for! Can’t wait for the next one.
Hitherfield Children's Centre
London SW16 2JQGet Directions
Plenty of buggy parking
Buggy parking available
Cafe on site
Parking on street
Develops language skills
Expands the imagination
Makes children smile
Mhairi trained at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama in directing Shakespeare.She works in Creative Learning,directing & writing,has made acclaimed children's theatre,was the Course Director for the Richmond Theatre & has worked in venues all over London with all age groups on all sorts of incredible projects to create exciting drama & music,she's written articles, mentored young people,worked as a research fellow in schools into the power of arts on academic attainment, but she loves, most of all, the crazy fun that is CLIP, especially those little CLIPPERS and their gorgeous mums.