Our Philosophy

All Children Are Innately Musical!

At Jacappella we believe all children are born with musical ability and that the earlier we nurture and develop that innate talent, the better! Scientists have now proved what we as teachers and parents have always suspected, that music making, listening and singing from the earliest months builds neurological pathways and encourages speech development. 


Movement to music encourages muscle development, coordination and motor skills and then of course, there is the endless source of joy which music brings. 

Providing A Top Quality Musical Experience

We recognise how important it is to provide top quality musical experiences and education for children. Research has shown that  music classes in the early years of a child's life help encourage the formation of neurological pathways.  Speech development is often enhanced by listening to music and chanting and singing songs and rhymes. 

We are totally committed to delivering high quality music classes through our Franchisees, Associate Teachers and Jacappella Music Centres in day nurseries.

A Lifelong Love of Music

It is our mission to introduce children to the wonderful world of music and start them on a musical journey that will  last for the rest of their lives. We aim to engage their imagination, develop their sense of pitch and rhythm and encourage them to use their inner ear. We provide classes for babies, toddlers, and pre-school children. We also have after school classes for children from reception through to Year 2 where children can advance their skills and learn basic notation and rhythm skills which will prepare them to take up instruments later on. 

Building Confidence and Self-esteem

Whether children join our classes as preparation for future musical involvement or just for the sheer fun and exuberance of the lessons, all our Jacappella pupils are able to build social skills and increase their confidence. Lots of praise and encouragement and our unique rewards system of medals, certificates and reports all increase children's self esteem too.