Volunteer for baby & toddler music & sensory

UK / Calm Farm

Do you want to work with children?
Are you on a course and looking for some work experience with children?
Do you want to give something back to your local community?
Calm Farm is looking for 4 volunteers to join our very special team to assist in our music & sensory groups for babies and toddlers.

Music & Sensory Groups
Babies and toddlers love music and often this is how they communicate for the first time, whether it’s through gesture, smiling or action. Calm Farm’s Music and Sensory groups are amazing and completely unique. They provide many different exciting experiences that are great fun for babies, toddlers and parents to share in the important first years. During the first 2 years of a baby’s life they learn using their sensory motor skills and at Calm Farm we aim to assist this process through the use of our wonderful lighting equipment and wide range of sensory activities.

These groups are designed to promote all areas of the child’s development which is inline with the Early Years Foundation Stage.

What do Calm Farm’s groups involve?
Beautiful World instruments and sound effects
Makaton and baby massage
Amazing light projectors
Wonderful colourful puppets
Parachutes and drums
Singing songs and rhyme time
Dancing and learning actions
Musical games and fun activities
Under the Sea sensory activity
Bubble machine and amazing props
Social time

Why Volunteer
Volunteering is a great way to gain hands on experience working in the field. Volunteering in the music and sensory groups are really rewarding as you get to interact with the parents, babies and toddlers and help out in your local community.

Please email casey@calmfarm.org.uk to enquire.

Expires: Oct 5, 2017


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