Welcome to Singing Hands
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Hello and welcome to Singing Hands! We are Suzanne and Tracy and we would like to introduce you to the amazing world of signing with Makaton. Our unique and enthusiastic approach is designed to help develop someone’s communication potential through music, songs, games & activities. We focus on learning language in a way that it is motivating, engaging and most of all, fun!

To find out more about ‘What We Do’ – please see the information about our classes, our resources, our educational concerts and our work in schools, nurseries, with young adults and our training workshops for professionals. Join us and learn how to sign the ‘Singing Hands’ way!

        Suzanne & Tracy

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WCAT Video – Don’t Stop Me Now #WDSD19

The 21st March is World Down Syndrome Day and the #wouldntchangeathing hashtag is destined to be all over our screens again and we are thrilled once more to have been able to support this amazing Charity.  Even more so this time because Miles features as one of the young people in the video – look…

Singing Hands Red Nose Day 2019

Friday 15th March 2019 is Comic Relief aka #RedNoseDay so we were delighted to be asked to create a video for Comic Relief Schools. Here’s our Makaton-signed version of the ‘Put a Nose on It!’ song by Out of the Ark Music.  Warning!  It’s a huge #earworm!! Incase you haven’t seen them already, there are…

Singing Hands Events

We’ve just updated our “Forthcoming Events” page with lots of exciting trips around the UK.  These include trips to both London Zoo and Whipsnade Zoo Special Children’s Day in May and June – both great weekends out for the family! We’ve got loads of events for #WDSD19 and concerts anywhere from Brighton, the Midlands, then…

THE SNAIL AND THE WHALE: Signed Story

For World Book Day 2019, we are thrilled to have collaborated with a group of organisations led by disabled children’s charity, Family Fund, to create a video using Makaton sign language of The Snail and the Whale, written by former children’s laureate Julia Donaldson.. York-based Family Fund, which supports families raising disabled or seriously ill…