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Sensory play is amazing and it has so many benefits for our little ones!

Research has shown that it helps children build pathways in their brain that are associated with complex learning tasks and that it is crucial to brain development. So coming along to class and doing some of the activities at home are really benefiting your little one’s brain development.

sensory play EdinburghWhen we plan all of our classes we consider the eight developing senses of our babies and toddlers attending class as well as their gross motor movement and fine finger control and we make sure that at each session we give our little ones the opportunity to engage each sense. We theme our classes so you’ll find each one different within our familiar format of led play and exploratory play.

benefits of sensory play


Our classes have been developed by an occupational therapist trained in sensory integration with babies and are backed by research and evidence. Our class leaders have received intensive trainings and follow class plans.

We love to give you lots of information at class about how to continue this at home and we are looking forward to launching our range of child development printable next month that gives you lots of advice and activities to do. You also get the opportunity to join our community group to access information on our classes.

Please do get in touch if you need any further information from us!



sensory play class Clinton

We are excited to be launching a new venue for our classes! We are bringing our sensory play baby class to Colinton on a Friday morning. Our home will be Boroughmuir Sports Club.

sensory play ClintonOur classes are going to be upstairs in their function suite, it a comfortable clean and bright space, perfect for playing in! The room is accessible by a lift or stairs and there is plenty of space for prams. Downstairs there is a cafe where you can have well deserved cake after class and outside there is a carpark.

We’d love to welcome you along to our new Friday baby classes in Colinton, you can see our whole timetable on our site, places are available to book now on our booking site

sensory play classes for babies midlothian

We are delighted to be bringing our sensory play classes for babies to Midlothian in our Autumn term. Our new classes are running at Bonnyrigg Guide Hall on a Monday Morning, at Penicuik North Kirk on a Tuesday morning and at the Restoration Yard in Dalkeith Country Park on a Wednesday afternoon.

Our classes are fun, colourful and focused around sensory play and child development. You’ll have lots of opportunities to share new experiences with your little one which is amazing for bonding. Our hope is that we can give you information and ideas at class that you can carry on at home too.

You can book 2 trial classes or join us for the full term and please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need any further information. You can view our sensory play classes in Midlothian and ourĀ full class timetable on our booking site.

We’d love to welcome you along!

baby class LeithOn Tuesdays you’ll find our sensory play classes hanging out in Leith. We run our classes from Out of the Blue Drill Hall on Dalmeny Street in the Cutting Room. The venue has the added benefit of a lovely cafe right outside the door of our room for coffee, lunch and cake before and after class.

Our Leith classes often have waiting lists and we’ve added some more classes to our timetable to help with this. From Autumn we’ll be running four classes including one for our toddlers.

baby class Leith

Our sensory play classes are colourful, themed and each class focuses on your little one’s sensory development. We’ll give you lots of information on play and child development and lots of ideas of activities that you can do at home too. You’ll also join a community of new parents in Edinburgh sharing information and arranging meet ups. You can book onto any of our classes by visiting our booking site.

We’d love to welcome you along to our sensory play classes in Leith!

baby class Bonnyrigg

This bright and colourful room is our new sensory play class venue in Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. On a Monday morning from the 21st of August we’ll be bring sensory play for babies to Bonnyrigg Guide Hall. We are running two classes in the hall, one at 10am for little ones from birth to sitting at approximately 6 months. The second class starts at 11.10am and is for little ones from sitting to moving.

The hall is on Dobbies Road in Bonnyrigg, just next to St Leonard’s Church Hall, you’ll notice the black gate in the photo below to the left of St Leonard’s Hall. Walk up the path to the Guide Hall and take the path round to the back of the hall. There is a small ramp that leads straight into the hall which is perfectly accessible for prams. For those carrying their little ones, you are welcome to come in the stepped front access.

Our classes have been designed by an occupational therapist to focus on the sensory development of babies, we use sensory play and information on child development to bring you a colourful and themed play experience. For information on booking please check our booking site.


baby class BonnyriggPlease don’t hesitate to get in touch if we can provide you with any information on our sessions, we’d love to welcome you along to our sensory play classes in Bonnyrigg!