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Monkey Music Maidenhead and Windsor

Groups & Classes

Monkey Music - Music Classes for Babies, Toddlers and Pre-Schoolers

Award winning age specific classes for babies from 3 months, up to 4 year olds

Rock'n'Roll for babies from 3-12 months

Heigh-Ho for 1-2 year olds

Jiggety-Jig for 2 & 3 year olds

Ding-Dong for 3 & 4 year olds

Your first class is free - book on for a complimentary class here:

Classes run at All Saints Church, Dedworth, Windsor, SL4 4JW, on Fridays

They also run at Cox Green Community Centre, Maidenhead, on Tuesdays and Maidenhead Community Centre on Thursdays.

At Monkey Music we use music as a basis to support your child's language, social, physical and emotional development, through playing real instruments, feeling the beat through their body, singing about topical subjects, making friends, taking turns, listening, and so much more!

Children begin their Monkey Music journey from 3 months. When they graduate at 4 years old, our little ones will have learnt a repertoire of nearly 500 catchy songs, will be able to read music, play to the rhythm and will have met many musical instruments along the way - both percussion and orchestral instruments!

For many of our families, Monkey Music means much more than learning impressive musical skills. Our young families meet together and share common experiences, whilst enjoying a worthwhile activity with their little one. It’s not uncommon for parents to need reassurance that they are simply being a ‘good enough’ parent and by talking to other parents and our teachers, they often understand that the way their child is developing and behaving is perfectly normal. Other parents join our groups to make friends with people who have children of a similar age and who share common day to day challenges, such as managing toddler tantrums! There are so many reasons why our families come to our classes, but they know that they can belong to our group and gain the support that they are looking for in a confidential and inclusive environment.


As our children listen to their teacher, make new friends and share precious time together, they are honing a whole host of new skills which support all aspects of their future development.

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