The under ones sessions are structured but relaxed, a place to meet other parents, chat and have some fun.
The activities in each class include singing, movement, relaxation and instrument playing, all led by a class leader. Our music activities help your baby’s development as well as supporting the bonding process and giving lots of ideas to use at home.
Under Ones sessions:
Tuesday 11am The Quaker Meeting House, Jewel Road, E17 4QU
Wednesday 11am Highams Park Baptist Church, Cavendish Road E4 9NG
Thursdays 11am The Scout Hall, 205a Wood St, E17 3NU
Friday 11am The Quaker Meeting House, Jewel Road, E17 4QU
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“My absolute favourite parent/ baby class in Walthamstow! It’s so warm and welcoming, and everyone joins in and the babies obviously love it. Fiona is the BEST. Both of my children have been obsessed with her. If I had 100 babies, I would take them all to Bongalong.”
“I am sure all the singing we did at Bongalong has contributed to her early speech development – she definitely loves to sing! The environment is very relaxed and supportive and I couldn’t recommend Bongalong more.”
“Fiona’s classes are a step above the rest. From the moment you arrive she makes the children feel welcome and special. Her small classes allow the children in the room to shine. The songs and instrument playing (real instruments – nothing plastic) are brilliant – some you know – some you learn.”
“Fiona is brilliant and incredibly supportive, her style is fun and the musical instruments (despite the young age) really engage the babies. We enjoyed the sessions so much we’ve now moved up to the Under 5’s class which is equally as enjoyable. If you’re looking for a class which is relaxed, entertaining, supportive and sociable then Bongalong is for you.”
“We started Bongalong when our son was just 5 weeks old. If you are looking for something that departs far from the standard fare of ‘shakers and a singalong’, then look no further.
… .at the heart of it all, is a positive and fun engagement with sound, movement, visual and social activity between children, their peers and their parents/carers.”