Magical, musical French classes for little ones 

Hello and welcome to Amber’s Language, Music and Play!

Amber Semple, creator and teacher



I created Amber’s Language, Music and Play as a special way of teaching French to young children and their parents.




  • We sing simple and familiar songs, but in French
  • We use signs and actions to help us learn the words.
  • We play.  Think playdough, paint, musical instruments, light displays . . .  and more!

My magical, musical classes run during term-time, with a new topic starting every 10 weeks (split into 2 5-week blocks).  My approach is very gentle, classes are small and I try to get to know each family well, so that I can tailor things to you and your child. I teach babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers, and have a programme which runs across 5 years so you can potentially attend with your baby right up until their 5th birthday.  Click below to find out what people are saying about Amber’s Language, Music and Play.


Two of my own little linguists

About me

I developed an interest in running music-based sessions with children when I left full-time teaching after having my first baby.  Originally, I ran parent and toddler groups, while doing some French work in primary schools, but then decided to bring my own love of French and singing together to form Amber’s Language, Music and Play.  A lot of my songs and activities have been developed through activities I have done with my own three children, and I am currently developing some special baby sessions which have been inspired by playing with my youngest child, Matthew.

Here is a video explaining what I do.

I have had customers visit my classes from all over the midlands: Bedworth, Bulkington, Nuneaton, Burbage, Hinckley, Coventry, Rugby, Warwick, Leamington Spa and surrounding Leicestershire, Warwickshire and West Midlands towns.

Please get in touch if you are interested in classes.

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