Little Mozart & Friends is a new music training brand offering an excellent music education for children. We awaken the interest and understanding for classical music in children from the very beginning. Music Courses available at Little Mozart & Friends:Mommy & Baby MozartIntroduction for babies and toddlers to music through instrument play, song and movement. age 18 – 36Baby Mozart Kindermusic 1 + 2Pre-musical education for ages 3-4 (Baby M1 ) and 4-5 ( Baby M2 ) Playing Orff instruments, Interactive Music stories, rhythm training, writing and reading music notes, training the hearing and recognition of music patterns and much more in order to prepare the child for later Piano studies in Little Mozart Piano Group classes. Little Mozart PIANO Group ClassesEvery student gets his own piano keyboard to play during the 60 minutes session. The child shares session with other children of similar age and ability. We use our own specially developed teaching material that includes ensemble playing, rhythm time, theory fun-time and solo performance. Age 5 – 12 Private PIANO classes Exclusive lessons for all levels, usually commencing after the child has progressed through our group classes to a level where he needs individual music training. We also offer preparation for international music exams and competitions to advanced Level students. Mr & Mrs MozartNEW After the great demand we offer also Group Piano Classes for adults. For all those who always wanted to learn playing piano and enjoy doing so in a fun and relaxed atmosphere with big results. Please contact us for more infos: 1821 7783 097
PRIMO MONTESSORI is an international kindergarten school of more than 6000m2 using the Montessori methods (certified by the AMS) offering bilingual English/Chinese classes taught by certified teachers to children aged 18 months to 6 years old. Through the Montessori method, Primo fosters the love of learning and prepares children with the skills they need to be adaptable in a rapidly changing world. Primo Montessori offers education where children are encouraged to be critical thinkers through simulating learning experiences using the Montessori materials, workshop and activities. We believe that environment plays an important role in developing an enthusiastic, confident and resourceful child. With a total area of more than 6000m2, we committed in making it comfortable, natural well-sourced and safe for the child with spacious green areas, gardens for each class, indoor and outdoor playgrounds, lecture rooms, dancing rooms, theatre rooms, kong-fu rooms, etc. Located in Pudong, just a 20-minute drive from Puxi (Xintiandi), Primo is among the most beautiful and largest kindergarten of Shanghai. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to arrange a visit or have more information at email@example.com or 021-50477466*8006 or 18001843688. Primo Montessori Team www.primomontessori.com
Yesterday, a fire broke out somewhere in Hailun road in Hong Kou District, Shanghai. Gratefully no one got hurt. For emergency, fire, police and ambulance, turn in tohttp://shanghai.angloinfo.com/information/healthcare/emergencies/ You can have this printed out and stick it on your wall. http://shanghai.angloinfo.com/information/healthcare/emergencies/
Shanghai has several international schools for kids on both Puxi and Pudong areas. Check for some international boarding schools, international secondary schools, international primary schools and preschools/kindergarten/nursery. Quality education like home. http://shanghai.angloinfo.com/af/250/shanghai-international-schools.html
To all American expats in Shanghai and already planning for your Thanksgiving. Marriott is offering Turkey-To-Go, call them 3-days in advance and they will cook your Thanksgiving Turkey for pick-up! Convenient especially for busy Americans here. :) Visit our link http://shanghai.angloinfo.com/whatson/featured/27378/turkey-to-go
To all other mums and dads :)Im new to the forum. Really excited about a new Montessori Academy opening in Shanghai Jing Qiao district I just enrolled my kids in. I just moved to Shanghai from Sydney with two young boys. Major headache looking for a child care here. I went to a Montessori in Sydney and my kids liked it. So was really happy to learn that the group in sydney has just opened a new place in Shanghai. Looks really good. Three levels, glass and lots of sunlight. Indoor and outdoor play grounds. Probably the best I have seen in Shanghai. English and chinese teachers in all the classes. My kids are 3 and 5. But they cater for 6 months upto 6 years. Opening in early September. Still has some positions left.I know the hassel to find a good place. So if you have kids check this out.The contact person is Susie 18101895556 / Anna 68867727. They can arrange an appointmentTheir australian website montessoriacademy.com.au
Friends We have a two and half year old, I am caucasian and DH is Chinese, on a recent trip to Xi'an baby attracted a lot of attention which was fun but my gut feeling was to keep him near to me in case anyone would grab him. I know Shanghai is not Xi'an, but we are considering living in Xi'an, I suppose because it is NOT Shanghai, if that makes sense and I want a more 'immersion' lifestyle than an expat one. Just wondered if I am thinking too much post Maddie McCann or if anyone has security concerns about small kids in Shanghai or China.Love any feedback and advice, thank you!
Some foreign families choose to hire ayis to help with clearning and home maintenance, looking after kids and pets, and even just to expose kids to Mandarin language. Ayis can work part time or full time. Before hiring one, you should discuss with your family what you want out of the ayi: will she be there simply to cook and clean, or will she be more integrated into the family. You can search for your Ayi candidates by referral, in classifieds sections of websites and newspapers, or by contacting ayi agencies directly. Here is a list of some AYI agencies: Fuxin Family, CCShanghai, Sarah Home Service, and AyiPro. During the interview stage of selecting the most suitable Ayi, discuss with the potential ayi your expectations as well as her expectations (in terms of wages) and her other commitments (if she works part time for you, she may in fact be working as an ayi for several other families).
Hi Everyone, we have an Ayi who is working for us for about 1 year. She takes one day off weekly, and during this year we have added her salary twice. when Ayi's get together it always ends up the salary issue. I was kind of headache when she said she could not do the job anymore, she never asking for increase the salary directly but I know it's all about money. Is there anybody who can referral some good Ayi for referral or a possible interview? Many thanks.