Saxophonist and Brass player
Tim has spent most of his musical life as a session musician, recording and arranging horns for many high profile international artists. He and his team continue to record from his South London studio, recent clients including Little Mix, Paloma Faith and the Afro Celt Sound System. He also works as an accompanist for the Royal Ballet School’s Primary Steps programme and performs regularly with a wide variety of live bands.
I believe music is important for children not only to have fun, but also to develop their social and emotional skills. In this particular case I think Jumping Beans have a unique and cutting edge approach to achieve the best result for toddlers to develop their cognitive abilities and learning skills.
French, Mandarin and Spanish teacher
Kelvin is a Multi linguist teaching Mandarin with a lovely Panda puppet and games, Spanish and French
"Being a postgraduate student studying linguistics, teaching languages to children is even more rewarding as from my experience, they respond to fun activities in in learning Mandarin and other languages and are able to become creative in using expressions I have taught them after being exposed to it for a short period of time.
Music and Movememt teacher
In 2006, at the age of twenty, I studied music and production at The London Centre of Contemporary Music,
I have been involved in various musical projects including a seven month stint aboard a cruise ship .I enjoy writing children's
stories. I have taught guitar and bass to primary school aged children in the past and have played music, in care homes, to the elderly.
I believe music is a great form of therapy as well as bringing much joy to peoples lives, which is why I’m very happy to be helping, in children’s early development, through music.