Provider

Baby Sensory Canary Wharf

Award winning baby development classes from birth to 13 months


What Baby Sensory says

Baby Sensory was the first baby programme to offer a complete approach to learning and development from birth to 13 months. 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.

About

Hi my name is Anna. I went to Baby Sensory Classes with both my children Lily and Jake. I loved the classes and would often 'well up' to 'Say Hello to the Sun'. Lily got the main benefit from the classes as she was my first, but I didn't want Jake to miss out, so I put Lily in nursery one day a week so that I could take Jake as well. I felt that it was important that they both got the same start in life. I had always had dreams of becoming a teacher or a nurse, a career where my natural caring side could come out, where I felt I was giving something back to people.Once I had my children I was determined that I would find a more fulfilling career that could fit around our family life. I met Renee at Toddler Sense and we got chatting and thats when I realised she was the area manager for Baby Sensory. I expressed my interest, and it all went from there. I absolutely LOVE BABIES, they are amazing little beings and I am blessed to have found a job that rewards me everyday with their beautiful smiling faces. The satisfaction I get from seeing the mums and babies leave the classes so happy is just wonderful. This is a truly exceptional programme which I am so happy to be part of and look forward to welcoming you to my classes.

Younger Babies

0 months - 6 months

Younger Babies

Precious early learning for babies

0 months - 7 months

Mixed Ages

Precious early learning for babies

0 months - 13 months

Older Babies

Precious early learning for babies

5 months - 13 months

Activities

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