Connecting and stimulating through music

Due to the Coronavirus restrictions, we understandably haven’t been going inside to deliver our usual fun-filled misic classes and sessions. We haven’t lost that Kiddleydivey enthusiasm however and have changed and adapted our delivery to suit the current times. Kiddleydivey music sessions and classes continued throughout 2020 and now 2021, via Zoom, Instagram and with specially produced DVD’s full of songs, chair-based excercises, quiz questions, fun and laughter.

We sincerely hope that we will be back with you all in person very soon with our lively, stimulating sessions and educational classes, as well as our inter-generational sessions!

Please get in touch if you would like more information on how we can still engage with your residents and nursery children. sally@kiddleydivey.co.uk

Sally Murphy

Founder & Director, Kiddleydivey

Connecting generations through music

Accessing new pathways through music

Sharing music, spanning generations

Early years education through music

 

 

 

 

 

 

Find your local music leader

Don’t worry if you can’t see your region we may still be able to help, please get in touch with one of our team who will be able to assist you further.

Using carefully selected songs and pieces of classical music, vulnerable people with additional needs light up. People who have lost the ability to speak, sing all the words to a song and others who are no longer able or willing to engage, start to tap their feet and clap their hands. This is the power of music used skilfully by Kiddleydivey music leaders and should be available in all care home facilities. 

Sir Richard Armstrong CBE

Conductor

Inter- generational

Connecting generations through music

Adults

Sharing music, spanning generations

Additional needs

Accessing new pathways through music

Children

Early years education through music

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