BilinguaSing Hits Play On New Franchises in Guernsey, West Yorkshire and Cheshire

From the vision of a new mother to a nationwide craze, BilinguaSing has grown in leaps and bounds since Ellie Baker launched her first class back in May 2013. What started in Windsor has now grown into a national enterprise that sees BilinguaSing centres host more than 150 classes a week. If you live in the South East, North or Midlands area, chances are there are BilinguaSing classes for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and primary schools near you.

Now BilinguaSing is taking the next step, and launching new franchises in Guernsey, West Yorkshire and Cheshire.

‘Bonjour’ and ‘hola’ to all you British babies, preschoolers and primary-school children out there!

Ellie’s a passionate believer in offering all British children a chance to learn another language, which means expanding into new regions is a natural step. The new locations in Guernsey, West Yorkshire and Cheshire are all part of BilinguaSing’s goal to offer its unique multi-sensory baby, toddler and primary school activities to a huge range of locations, across the UK.

Helping babies go bilingual, before they can talk!

So what’s fuelling the popularity of BilinguaSing? Over the past few years, there’s been a surge in demand for both baby focussed and post-natal classes. Parents seem to be developing a growing awareness for the importance of providing greater stimulation for their children during key developmental stages. From baby yoga and swimming to music and massage, little ones are enjoying a kaleidoscope of activities designed to excite, inspire and engage.

As multi-faceted classes, BilinguaSing blends a handful of concepts to offer babies a unique and meaningful experience. The unique three-tiered sensory movement and music classes are created to support key developmental milestones, while introducing little ones to the sounds of French and Spanish before they can even comprehend what a language is.

The benefits of bilingualism

So why should parents immerse their little ones in another language? From zero to six months, the brain is at an incredibly flexible stage. Research has shown that babies are able to recognise sounds before they can speak, which means that early immersion in other languages can and does make an impact.

As well as catering to newborns, BilinguaSing offers toddler and preschool classes, as well as primary school French and Spanish clubs. This means kids can continue their bilingual experience throughout their all-important developmental years.

A warm BilinguaSing welcome to our newest babies, and team members!

For families in Guernsey, West Yorkshire and Cheshire, the BilinguaSing expansion is a unique opportunity to join Ellie in her quest to endow little ones with the gift of a second language.

But for adults that share her passion for bilingualism, the expansion represents an exciting franchise opportunity. Backed with fantastic support from the head office team, joining Ellie and the BilinguaSing family is a great way to enjoy flexible working hours, and change the lives of little ones in the process.

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