We are happy to announce that we are taking bookings for our spring term. This term will include a Peter Rabbit session and The Very Hungry Caterpillar and much more. Email to book your place.
Our sessions are back up and running with our 0-walkers sessions on a Tuesday at 10am or 11am at the Hessle Community Centre. We also have a 1-4 years session running on Fridays 10-11am also at the Hessle Community Centre. Both groups are running on low numbers to maintain 2m distance and all session are covid compliant.
We are back for some creative Christmas Specials. Tuesday 15th December at 10am and 11am for 0-walkers and Saturday 19th December 10.30-11.30am, 12:00-1pm and 1:30pm-2:30pm for 1-4 years. All Covid Compliant. Please book via email.
Activities Include: Card Making, Tree Decorating, Sensory Exploration, Songs and Bubbles and a Christmas Portrait Area.
Sensory bags are available to purchase from my sessions for £5 a bag. This includes two scalfs and two shaker eggs. This gives the option for parents to take them home between sessions and enjoy songs times at home together.
I am looking forward to our new Autumn sessions this Tuesday in Hessle. These will be plenty to explore from autumn leaf painting to songs and sensory play. Parents will be given their own bag of instruments for song time with the option to purchase the bag to also enjoy at home. Email for more information or to reserve your place.
I intend to try to keep things as ‘normal’ as possible for our little ones during this difficult time. Babies will naturally explore things using their mouth, this will not be discouraged as parents will be given individual bags containing sensory play instruments to be used with their baby alone, these bags will be used only used once that day before being cleaned for reuse. All play items will be cleaned between sessions and attendees will be asked to clean their hands before entering the session.
Our groups have been redesigned to meet the national and local government standards and have been approved by the East Riding Council. Attendee numbers have been lowered to allow for parents to remain 2 meters apart during the sessions. When possible (weather permitting) sessions can be delivered outside. Only one parent per child/children is allowed to attend the session and all parents must wear a mask at all times.