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Baby Sensory - Walton and Isleworth

Most babies learn best when they see, hear, feel, touch, taste and smell.

Baby Sensory was the first baby programme to offer a complete approach to learning and development from birth to 13 months, and is backed by over 35 years of expert research in childhood development.  Designed to stimulate, educate and provide precious memories during the all-important first year of life, the programme has won multiple awards both nationally and internationally since 2008.  Babies can start Baby Sensory classes from birth and move on to Toddler Sense when they are 13 months-old.

The Award Winning Baby Development classes are held weekly in Isleworth and Walton-on-Thames. These locations are easily accessible for parents living in the local communities including; St Margarets, Whitton, Osterley, Brentford, Hounslow, Twickenham, Hersham, Walton, Shepperton, and Molesey.

Each activity in the Baby Sensory programme is carefully designed to stimulate your baby’s senses and move their learning and development forwards.  Behind each session, there’s an incredibly detailed lesson plan backing up everything that you and your baby see, hear and do.  

The class starts with the "Say Hello to the Sun" song.  Baby Sensory uses a combination of original and traditional songs and rhymes to develop early communication skills.  The also provide ideas for play, massage, tummy time, movement, visual development, hand-eye coordination and music in simple practical ways that can easily be repeated at home.

In themed weeks, you and your baby will swirl through snow, enjoy a beach party, laugh at the jungle jitters, explore a watery world undersea, join us on an animal adventure, and marvel at the magic that has been created.

The video below show a series of activities from a typical Baby Sensory session and illustrates a number of baby development and bonding activities for you and your baby to enjoy together.

Parents also make new friends at Baby Sensory and can share tips and experiences.  Your baby also enjoys happy social play, which sets the tone for the acquisition of future skills such as cooperation, turn taking and sharing.

Although each session is different, Baby Sensory is structured to follow the natural rest-play-rest cycle of babies to provide predictability, comfort and security. The routine avoids over or under-stimulation and is useful because you know what to expect each week. However, if your baby needs to feed half-way through or sleep, that’s fine too!

All you really need to do is come along!

We’ve done all the research so that you and your baby can spend time focusing on each other and having huge amounts of fun!           

If you are looking for an exciting activity which will be fun for you and will help with your baby’s sensory development call your Class Leader Kayleigh, who will arrange for you and your baby to visit one of their classes in either Walton or Isleworth.


Walton Methodist Church, Terrace Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 2SR

1.37 miles     07729 699361    

St Johns Community Centre, 80 St Johns Road, Isleworth, Middlesex, TW7 6RU

8.31 miles     07729 699361    

Whitton Baptist Church, Hounslow Road, Whitton, Middlesex, TW2 7BZ

6.7 miles     07729699361    

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