Welcome to MAD Academy!
We provide weekly music and dance classes for babies, toddlers and preschool children. Our approach is fun, funky and physical and we pride ourselves on being free spirited and relaxed. Our classes and children’s parties are packed with music, movement, rhythm and dance. Our curriculum is carefully designed to develop and stimulate children at every stage, with age appropriate games and activities focused on promoting key skills. So whether your child is 3 months or 3 years, there is a class to suit them!! We have venues across the country and also work with nurseries and preschools and children centres.
We are very pleased to be opening a new class for toddlers at Doodles Den in Windsor on the 24th of February at 9.30 am. Doodles Den is a cafe/play area for toddlers and their carers situated at Windsor Library. The class is a our usual great mix of songs, dancing, music, games, learning and great […]
At MAD Academy we already know that music is really important to a children’s development. That is why we dedicate ourselves to teaching songs and musical activities to 1000’s of children every week in our music and dance classes for babies and toddlers. A new study really highlights how continuing what we do in class at […]
Laura Wandrag will be launching a new class in Horley over 1/2 term (Wednesday 17 February 2016). The class will be for walkers to 4yrs and in the afternoone on Wednesdays from 2:15 – 3pm at Empire Hall, Victoria Road, Horley, RH6 7AW. Trial Class is £6, thereafter you can sign up for a 1/2 term (6 […]
Thanks to all of you who came along to our Christmas Parties. Thanks to your generosity we managed to raise a total of £685.80 for the ITV TEXTSANTA appeal. This will provide much need funds for Macmillan Cancer Support, Make-A-Wish® UK and Save the Children. We had lots of Fun too!
Research by Oxford University suggests that the benefit of children attending preschool on a regular basis will carry through to higher achievement in their senior years. The study, published by the Department for Education, found parents who provided their children with “stimulating learning experiences” as toddlers, gave them a big educational advantage throughout school. This […]