BilinguaSing was founded by Ellie Baker, a mum of 3 and former language teacher with experience ranging from Early Years all the way through to secondary school level.
She opened her first classes in 2013, shortly after the birth of her first daughter, and began franchising in 2014. BilinguaSing now has 18 franchises, including 1 in France/ Switzerland, 1 in Ireland and 1 in Canada and now teaches more than 3,000 children every week.
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BilinguaSing is the UK’s only carefully-crafted music-led franchise programme for teaching languages to babies and children from birth to 11 years.
Because children learn best when they don’t realise that they’re learning, BilinguaSing’s multi-award winning French, German, Spanish & Italian classes combine music with language learning in a way that’s fun - both for children and their grown-ups.
It’s a fully holistic, multi-sensory experience
which means that lots of sensory activities are included to further boost children’s brain development and learning.
Number of franchises
UK, France, Switzerland, Ireland, Canada
Number of children taught
3,000+ per week
The UK’s only carefully-crafted music-led franchise programme for teaching languages to babies and children from birth to 11 years.
BilinguaSing has received Gold accreditation from the Children’s Activities Association, which means they’ve been independently verified as meeting the highest standards for compliance, training, customer service, their programme and its delivery.
Winner: Most Loved Music, Dance or Performing Arts Activity – What’s on 4 Kids Awards
Highly commended: Most Loved Academic or Creative Activity – What’s on 4 Kids Awards
Finalist: Best Supporting Product – What’s On 4 Kids Awards
Finalist: Industry Champion of the Year - What’s On 4 Kids Awards
Finalist: Best Franchised Baby & Toddler Activity - What’s On 4 Kids Awards
Finalist: Best Franchised Pre-schooler Activity - What’s On 4 Kids Awards
Nominated for the Threlford Cup (Chartered Institute of Linguists award for originality and inspiration in language teaching and learning)
Finalist: What’s On 4 Little Ones Awards
Highly commended: Mum and Working Awards (Best Start-Up Business)
Winner: Best New Activity – What’s On 4 Little Ones Awards
Winner: Best MFL product (CDs) – Primary Teacher Update magazine