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What dose Locy mean?

Locy is the pronunciation of teacher  老 (lou5)  師 (si1) in Cantonese. When I first started to teach non-native Cantonese children in London, I told them that I am the teacher Locy. But most of the kids thought Locy was my name and they started to call me Miss Locy or Teacher Locy.

So this is where my name comes from!

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Locy  Lee

Learning

We teach

Cantonese, 

musicianship 

and piano

through an engaging and fun approach for children.

Sing & Speak Video Lesson

Sing & Speak Cantonese is a Song based Learning Programme. Join me for live and interactive online lessons or simply watch the videos to enjoy the program content. Have fun and sing along with the whole family!

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LLMC

Progressive Cantonese Music Classes for children 3-8 years, based on Kodály Philosophy. There is an optional addition of the Do Re Mi & Piano Workshops to these classes. 

In person meet up in London once to twice a term.

Group of 8-10: LLMC

Group of 6: Piano Workshop

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Sing & Speak
Cantonese 

Song Based Learning. Learn and practice vocabulary & conversation through conversational and word recognition games. Make Cantonese learning fun and memorable! For children 3-8.

Group of 6-8 children

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Private Music & Cantonese Group 

Private LLMC or Sing & Speak Cantonese programme for children 3-8. You are welcome to form a group with other families and send me a message to get more information.

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Roundabout

Cantonese Music Circle designed for children 0-6 (or beyond) with their parents and careres. Create fun memories with your little ones!

20 families