“Baby College has been so much fun. It is fantastic - it’s easily our favourite day of the week."
Becky and Lucy-Rose (9 months)
Baby College classes are for babies from birth to 3 years. Classes include a carefully designed mixture of physical, multi-sensory and cognitive games, exercises and activities including music, dancing, signing and much more - all designed to cover every aspect of your child's development.
We'll help you
Understand how, when and why your growing baby or toddler develops
Support (and enjoy) your child's development
Encourage your child's love of learning... for life
Prepare your child for pre-school education at three
Nurture the precious relationship between you and your child
“Thank you for giving us some very special first memories! We have had an amazing time, made some great friends and, most importantly, encouraged by lots of activities learnt at Baby College, become best friends with each other!"
Kate and Esme (10 months)
“My times at Baby College are amongst my most treasured with the boys as babies and I genuinely feel all the support and fun I've had have helped me to become the kind of mother I've always hoped to be"
Clare, Dexter (3) and Ralph (11 months)
Our structured programme provides a complete developmental workout. It helps to build the strong neural pathways that are vital for early brain development and all subsequent learning. At the same time Baby College also offers you a useful insight into baby development so you can learn all about your growing baby...read our blog for this week's topic
Our Infant classes offer an insight into baby development to increase your confidence and understanding of your growing baby. All our fun activities are suitable from birth with the exercises progressing as your baby grows.
Your older baby is now fascinated with the world around them so in this group additional learning themes are introduced and new skills are practiced. Activities promote language and social skills and body awareness.
Our special Junior programme is even more active, more emphasis is placed on encouraging confidence in physical and social skills and in supporting increased independence with fun and stimulating games.
"Isabelle starts full time school in September. She is definitely ready and is a lovely, inquisitive little girl. I believe the Baby College classes have contributed to her willingness to learn and the confidence to join in with other children.
George and I are looking forward to starting the class in September."
Marie, Isabelle (4) and George (10 months)