Welcome to BilinguaSing Leamington, Warwick, Rugby & Coventry
Spanish & French Baby & Toddler Classes
About BilinguaSing Classes
BilinguaSing offers mummy & baby classes, preschool and nursery sessions, primary school clubs, children's parties and MORE!
With our library of original songs and bilingual nursery rhymes
you can say 'bye-bye' to boring and 'hello' to bilingual singing, action-packed adventures!!
Are you ready?? Come and join the fun...
¡Hola! / Bonjour!
My name is Mel.
I run Spanish & French BilinguaSing Baby & Toddler classes in Leamington Spa, Coventry & Rugby.
I come from a teaching background, and when I had my little girl I was really keen to teach her a second language, I think it is such a gift to give our little ones and I knew that 0-6 months was the best age to get started. I was living down South at the time so I started taking her to classes in Windsor, and I absolutely loved it! Elsie loved all of the sensory, stimulating props, the
My name is Sam and I teach Spanish at two nursery classes and an after school club for BilinguaSing. I worked in a school for eight years before leaving to have my little girl in 2015. At the school I managed interventions, taught literacy and (amongst other things) ran Spanish clubs.
I started learning Spanish when I volunteered For Save The Children Cuba where I taught English for six months in a secondary school in Havana. I have always loved using songs to learn Spanish for myself - starting with singing along to The Orishas, Compay Segundo and Celia Cruz and lots of other Cuban music. It's such a great...
¡Hola! / Bonjour !
My name is Sherah, and my daughter is 18 months old. We've been attending BilinguaSing since she was 5 months. The classes are fun and relaxed, and it's been great to see her confidence grow.
I didn't officially start learning a foreign language until I was 14, but my parents used to count and sing with me in Spanish when I was little. I learned so much, and I didn't even realise I was learning! That's why I want to teach for BilinguaSing and why my daughter will keep attending. Not only is learning a foreign language important for children, but it's so much easier to absorb it when you're young.