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Little You, Big You, Learning Too!

Our National Lottery funded courses bought to you by Beautiful New Beginnings allow us to impact children across our city both with additional needs and without. Our classes focus on improving baby and children's gross and fine motor development through a range of play based activities and our brand new soft play and sensory equipment. 

Classes are run by fully qualified SEN teachers and are set to begin in September in the West Derby Area. Our classes promote gross and fine motor development as well as early speech and language skills, early maths skills, physical development and co-ordination. We aim to improve children's listening and attention skills throughout the session and fully encourage a range of movements to promote baby and children's development 

Classes will run throughout the year including summer holidays 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Carolyn Whitehead
Contact Position
Founder of Beautiful New Beginnings
Telephone
E-mail
beautiful.new.beginnings@outlook.com
Website
Website
Notes

To find out more please visit our website or social media pages or pop me an email 

Where to go

Name
St Mary's Millennium Centre
Address
Millennium Centre
Meadow Lane
West Derby
Postcode
L12 5EA
Notes

Free car parking 

Disabled access 

Baby change facilities

Plenty of room for prams and chairs 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Tuesday and Friday
Session Information
Tuesday 1-1:45 open session
Tuesday 2-2:45 session for children with additional needs or disability
Friday 10-11am open session

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£5 per Session
Details
Cost is payable at £20 per 5 week block of classes payable in advance to secure your child/babies space

Availability

Referral required
No
Other notes

Unique session caters for children with additional needs or disability no EHCP plan or diagnosis needed. These classes are also suitable for those who prefer a quieter session due to limited numbers. 
All sessions are run by teachers with SEND qualifications so are fully inclusive. 
All welcome 


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