Founder and President
In 2005, Claudia Kespy-Yahi created ” Cap Enfants “, and launched her own network of daycares with a new distinct concept: music at the centre of children’s activities and development thanks to an innovative multi-sensory educational tool, La Bulle Musicale®/the Musical Igloo®. More than a childcare centre with the fundamentals of collective care, each centre is a place for the development and blossoming of the child, using music and the five senses.
For nearly 17 years, her work has focused on young children, emphasizing the role of multi-sensoriality learning, music and a celebration of cultural diversity in children’s daily lives.
In 2019, she publishes her first book “Petite enfance : de la musique avant toute chose ! Des neurosciences aux crèches musicales” (ISBN/EAN 9782100778409). Although not currently available in English the title translates: “Putting music first and the benefits to early childhood. From neurosciences to musical daycares“. The book offers a new vision of the positive impact of music on childhood development, drawing on a wealth of research published over the last twenty years. Claudia also shares examples from her own work and provides and illustrates with concrete examples of how to harness the power of music in children’s lives.
Also in 2019, to raise awareness of the importance of a multi-sensory environment in early development of children, Claudia established the 5 senses for kids Foundation.
Coming from a sector that contributes to the opening to the world and to other cultures, it is with enthusiasm that he puts his experience of international projects management at the service of children and of “5 senses for kids Foundation”.
Administrative manager for many years in the field of early childhood, her role as secretary of “5 senses for kids Foundation” allows her to contribute to the development and blossoming of the children.
She is co-founder and General Delegate of “Orchestre à l’école”. She is involved in giving access to music to as many children as possible and in the fight against exclusion through collective instrumental practice.
He accompanies entrepreneurs and managers towards the achievement of their business and behavioural objectives. He also contributes to the “5 senses for kids Foundation” through his expertise in Leadership and Management, Strategy, Performance Improvement and Financial Engineering.
A psychosociologist, he has been working since 1974 in the field of research-action on the theme of the construction of reference points in children, particularly around the question of the awakening of the senses and the interactions between the senses and cognitive learning. He is recognised in France and abroad as one of the leading experts on early childhood.
Early childhood educator and graduate in Education Sciences. She has been training and accompanying professionals in early childhood, education, health and entertainment for more than 15 years on the theme of music – a unifying and indispensable tool in their professional practices.
Founder and CEO of Danem, a software company specialising in the world of new technologies, CRM and mobility. He has also participated in and contributed to numerous associations to help children: food aid, charities, disability and early childhood.
A musicologist and a musician, she has been working for more than 7 years on the musical pedagogy developed by the company Cap Enfants. This pedagogy places hearing at the centre of the cognitive, affective and motor development of young children. She trains early childhood professionals in this innovative pedagogy.
Chartered accountant and auditor, he is a specialist in the associative sector and the social and solidarity economy. He also contributes his experience as an independent administrator of several foundations and endowment funds.