Latest figures from the award-winning company show positive retention rates across the company, with one franchisees rates reaching over 80% for next term.
Children can join Rhythm Time classes at any time before they start school, however most normally start asand then progress through the 14 age-related courses and finally finish with the pre-school classes.This ensures that they enjoy the maximum developmental benefits at each stage.
, music franchise owner for South Birmingham and North Worcester, is enjoying exceptional re-enrollment rates.When asked what influenced customers in coming back to her classes, Vicky believed it was due to a combination of factors. Although theres a lot of competition out there in the marketplace, we find that children and their carers still prefer to continue at Rhythm Time.We think this is because we have an excellent and well planned programme of music courses, written specifically by a music teacher.Our ethos is also that every child is an individual and Rhythm Time aims to meet the needs of each and every one of them.Finally, we have great rapport with all the parents and carers the classes are enjoyed by everyone, regardless of age!
Vicky also has a high percentage of children who are now in their last few pre-school terms, having started at Rhythm Time as young babies.One child is currently enjoying her final 14th consecutive term.
, owner and founder of Rhythm Time music franchise group, is delighted that so many parents of children attending their classes re-enroll on a continuous basis. This shows that the parents and carers see the genuine benefits of Rhythm Time, and they want their babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers to continue to enjoy all the developmental aspects of our classes, she quotes.
Rhythm Time was established 17 years ago by Kathy, who is a firm believer in the power and importance of music for babies, toddlers and pre-school children.
Kathy, graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, created a set of unique music courses especially written for the different age groups.
Music is fundamental to a childs development, says Kathy,and thats why its really important that children progress through the different stages in order to build on the skills theyve learned and continue to stimulate all their senses.
Earlier this year, the music franchise group launched afor each child to take home.This innovative and fun tool was created to help parents and their children track their progress through the different music courses.Every term, each child receives a certificate that contains a star sticker that is then placed onto the appropriate section on the progress chart. The childs progress can then clearly be seen as they move up the ladder.
Rhythm Time is a family-owned business and continues to grow from strength to strength.If you would like to find out more about attending Rhythm Times toddler, pre-school or baby classes, or for more information on its music franchise opportunities across the UK, contact Kathy on 0121 711 4224 or visit rhythmtime.net
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Kathy Doolan, owner and founder of Rhythm Time, started Rhythm Time in the Midlands in 1995 and is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music.Kathy is a firm believer in the power and importance of music for babies, toddlers and pre-school children.Rhythm Time sold their first music franchise in 2000 and it still remains one of the largest within the group.
Rhythm Time now has 35 franchises all over the UK, operating in 190 areas with approximately 9,500 children attending classes weekly.
Sally SoaneRhythm Time01217114224