A NEW movement session for children has started in Rillington.

Sing, Move, Groove and Develop together, held in Rillington Village Hall, is a collaboration between Rillington Pre-school and Harminis.

The nine sessions, which started on April 18, are aimed at pre-school children and parents and in the Rillington area to help them develop their speech and language skills to develop their confidence to move, groove and be active.

They also aim to help give parents the knowledge understanding of ways they can work with their children and a chance for them to meet other carers.

Heather Drabble, Rillington Pre-school Manager, said: "Rillington Pre-school children enjoy a 30 minute slot of music and movement, then the general public are invited for a half-hour session followed by teas and coffees and a chance to chat and network.

"Kate from Harminis writes all of Harminis classes which use many new and traditional songs, rhymes and music that support numeracy, literacy, gross and fine motor skills."

The free sessions are held on Thursdays, 10.15 to 11.15am.

For more information go to https://www.harminis.com/