Our Little Singers Group Singing Classes

For Children aged 3-5 Years

Your Childs First Step Towards The Stage!

We know all children love to sing and express themselves through song and dance.

Most children are also exposed to music and singing from an early age!

From lullabies to the Wiggles! 

But did you know that singing is an incredibly powerful tool for aiding in their development.


In fact, there are many benefits to Singing Lessons that
can give your child an advantage at an early age!

Singing Aids Brain Development

  • Children singing cause the brain to perform multiple tasks at once. This helps to develop memory. From remembering lyrics to remembering a cue to start singing, the brain learns to be able to handle more tasks that it is required to perform simultaneously.
  • Children singing encourages deep breathing, getting more oxygen to the brain.
  • Children singing teaches opposites, from fast and slow to loud and quiet. A child will learn to be able to differentiate between opposite tasks.
  • Children singing gets the endorphins flowing in the brain. This causes the body to feel good and increases the brains activity.
  • It helps a child learn to concentrate on a task.
  • One of our favourite benefits of children singing is that it can help to develop a child’s imagination and creativity.

Singing Aids Language Development

  • Self-expression
  • Vocal imitation
  • It gives self-confidence and helps aid a child in wanting to communicate with others
  • It helps to strengthen the lips and tongue through exercise, which is then stored through muscle memory
  • It helps a child speak more clearly and helps to teach them a greater variety of vocabulary
  • It helps a child learn how to keep a rhythm and learn how to rhyme words
  • Children learn the importance of listening in order to learn their favourite songs. They learn how to enjoy listening to things and how to think about things while they listen.
  • Being part of a group or choir can give children a feeling of belonging and can help them make friends

This is Why We Created
Our Little Singers Group Singing Classes…

 A Safe, Encouraging and Fun Space For Your Little Singer to Blossom

 Designed to give your little karaoke stars a chance to improve their singing abilities and give them a taste of what it is like to have singing lessons.

 These classes are short 30 minute singing classes packed full of fun singing activities.

 As the kids learn to sing a fun/ favourite song think ‘Let It Go!’ etc

 Our wonderful teacher will share the basic fundamentals of singing. E.g. Posture, Pitch, Breathing, Rhythm, Movement, Melody and remembering words.

 Starting them on their way to becoming a professional singer. 

 All the time building your children’s confidence and trust in their voice.

We pride ourselves in our ability to generate a positive, encouraging environment for your child to grow as not only a performer but as an individual.

During class, there is a focus on teamwork and interacting with other students all while allowing your child to be energetic and have heaps of fun. 


A Key Aspect Of These Group Classes will be
Our Specially Designed Childrens Scales…

Developed in collaboration with world renowned vocalist Andrea Catzel, Emma Deans Sings Vocal Warmups (Kids Scales Edition) is the perfect accompaniment to your Group Singing Classes. These scales are used at the beginning of every class at Emma Deans Sings Singing School and are recommended to be used as part of your daily practice.

These scales are designed especially for new singers and children to develop the specific fundamental skills required to sing any song, expand your register and improve your tone.

Your Teacher for Your Little Singers Group Class is…

Emily Simmons

Our wonderful teacher Emily will be leading our Little Singers Group Singing Classes.

An incredible singer in her own right. Performing in musicals and lighting up the stage from a young age. Your Little Singers will be in incredible safe and knowledgeable hands with Emily. (They may be even a little awe struck when they hear her sing)

Emily is really excited to host your little singer and help them start their journey to the stage the same way her teacher once helped her…

Who Is Emily?
A passionate, experienced and committed performer who leaps enthusiastically into all opportunities that present themselves. Her desire to perform began at the young age of 3 where she began dance lessons at Davin Griffith Jones School of Performing Arts, since then she has trained at 5 different dance schools including The Next Step Performing Arts in a multitude of styles. Her development in dance encouraged her to move towards a more holistic approach to performing arts and she began private singing lessons in 2008 as well as participating in various drama groups and classes. In 2011 Emily tried out for her first musical ‘Oliver!’ with Packemin Productions and gained a place in the children’s ensemble. This experience sparked her interest in musical theatre and she has, since then, been involved in over 20 musicals with both lead, supporting and ensemble roles. Her professional musical theatre debut was the production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the capitol theatre in 2012/13, where she learnt a lot about the professional world of performing arts. More recently, Emily has been involved in Shrek the Musical, Cats, Les Miserable, Annie, Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, Back to the 80s and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. This year Emily was fortunate enough the play the role of G(a)linda in the Riverside Girls High School production of ‘Wicked’. Emily has recently finished the HSC (2019) and was voted to obtain the leadership role of Performance Captain at her school. This role required her to run and organise the weekly school choir and support young performers at her school in reaching their potential and building confidence. Not only does Emily have a wealth of experience in musical theatre but has also been in a number of professional dance shows and shorts films. Both of her short films ‘Mother’ and ‘Baby baby’ were selected for the Melbourne International Film Festival in 2015 and introduced her to other exciting areas of the performing arts. In 2017, Emily was selected to join the cast of 12 girls in the Australian premiere production of ‘Girls Like that’ with ATYP and the following year, 2018, she was selected as a featured artist for Southern Stars ‘Iconic’, where she sang both solo and in group performances. Emily is only 18 years old and already has a vast array of experience in all areas of the performing arts, she is always happy to share her experience in order to assist young performers in their creative journey. She is extremely committed to helping young people develop their skills and not only grow as performers but as individuals as well.

We are Excited & Honoured to Have Your Little Singer Join Us!

Please fill in the form on the right and one of our team will be in touch to discuss the classes and find a time that best suits you and your little singer!

Our Little Singer Group Class is a 10 week program


e.g. 10 x 30 minute Group Classes of up to 7 kids 

Parents are encouraged to stay and take part in the classes with their little singer.

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0407 063 412


107 Mansfield St, Rozelle, NSW,