Sensory Room

Children prefer to play outdoors, but with our unpredictable weather, this is not always possible. So, we created a separate area dedicated to gross motor development activities.

The Sensory Wall The sensory wall stimulates the senses, where children can touch and feel the different textures; watch the twinkling stars, lighted flowers and bugs; look at their reflections in the mirrors; explore how things work by posting, sticking and tapping.

The Sensory Wall
The sensory wall stimulates the senses, where children can touch and feel the different textures; watch the twinkling stars, lighted flowers and bugs; look at their reflections in the mirrors; explore how things work by posting, sticking and tapping.

Soft Play When the weather deteriorates, the large soft play area comes into its own. Toddlers become more skilful and agile with their movements as they walk, climb and jump on the soft play. Older children can satisfy their curiosity by building tunnels and forts and exploring them in imaginative play.

Soft Play
When the weather deteriorates, the large soft play area comes into its own. Toddlers become more skilful and agile with their movements as they walk, climb and jump on the soft play. Older children can satisfy their curiosity by building tunnels and forts and exploring them in imaginative play.