Baby Songtime at Hearsall Baptist Church

Baby songtime is part of song and storytime, we are a relaunched group with the dual purpose of providing engaging musical movement sessions for babies and fostering a relaxed environment to develop a supportive community of parents. A stay and play followed by a music class for families who want sensory and music opportunities for their babies that is flexible and affordable.

This class is for expectant parents, babies to 18 month babies- this allows for smaller class size and the opportunity to meet new parents.   

Tea and toast is served as the babies play until 10.30 so arrive around the needs of you and your little one.  Weather you've been up for hours and are desperate for adult conversation or have just rolled out of bed you'll get a warm relaxed welcome.   

The 30 min lead session starts at 10.30 and is often based on favourite children picture books. We use sensory scarves, musical movement and percussion instruments to a variety of lively activity songs for you to sing with your little ones. Children lead the flow of the session - they get the opportunity to select their favourite songs and the class is adapted around their attention span, mood and needs.

Song and Storytime is a community organisation supported by skilled volunteers funding monetary donations from attendees and Hearsall Baptist Church.

Sessions take place across 3 groundfloor large halls.  There is a small free car park directly outside at Hearsall Baptist church for our sole use.  With the main rooms being wheelchair & double buggy accessible with baby changing and accessible toilet facilities available.  The Venue is central next to a number of bus stops around the city and a short walk from Earlsdon, Tile Hill and Chapelfields. 

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Who to contact

07761 663806 07761 663806
Song and Storytime
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Where to go

Hearsall Baptist Church
Queensland Avenue


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£1.50 including tea and toast Session for 0-18 months babies


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