Since graduating in 2009, I have worked solely in education. My first role was at Havant Sixth Form College where I worked as a Marketing and Schools Liaison Assistant for almost two years. From Havant I moved on to work at Guildford College Group in a Schools Liaison role for a further 14 months. These roles allowed me many opportunities to work with young people in local secondary schools, providing information and guidance regarding their future educational pathways. In February 2013, I accepted a job at the University of Surrey working in the Department of Widening Participation and Outreach. Once again I was lucky enough to work with children of all ages; both primary and secondary, creating and delivering aspiration and attainment raising activities and events both on and off campus.
In December 2014 I had my first child; Chloe. We did (and still do) many classes together including Baby Sensory. It was clear from the first session how much Chloe enjoyed and benefited from the classes both socially and developmentally, and we soon looked forward each week to the class; wondering with anticipation what wonderful activities the babies (and parents!) would get to enjoy! We made a lovely group of friends and each week we would go for coffee or lunch after class.
When the time came to start thinking about going back to work, I began wondering about a change of career, something that could work flexibly around family life yet provide a new challenge! Having always worked with children, I knew that my career change would have to involve working with children in some capacity. When a friend alerted me to the franchise opportunity with Baby Sensory, I knew I had to find out more. The desire to provide other mums and babies with the wonderful experience that Chloe and I had at Baby Sensory classes was overwhelming and I knew it was meant to be!
Should you choose to sign up for Baby Sensory Classes, you can be sure that you’ll leave with a smile on your face and wondering what’s in store for your little one next week!
Please do get in contact if you have any queries.
I look forward to meeting you.
- BSc (Hons) Criminology & Criminal Justice
- Paediatric First Aid (St Johns Ambulance)
Sally Cook's Baby Sensory classes run in Surrey. The Award Winning Baby Development classes for babies from birth to 13 months, are held weekly in Cranleigh, Godalming and Guildford. These locations are easily accessible for parents living in the local communities including; Guildford, Merrow, Burpham, Godalming, Shalford, Bramley, Merrow, Sutton Green, Ewhurst, Cranleigh, Alfold, Loxwood, Plaistow, Shere, Gomshall, Normandy, Worplesdon, Wood Street Village, East Clandon, Surrey Hills, and surrounding areas. If you are looking for an exciting activity which will be fun for you and will help with your baby’s sensory development call your Class Leader, Sally, who will arrange for you and your baby to visit one of her classes.
WINTER TERM AVAILABLE TO BOOK NOW!
WINTER TERM (January - March 2017)
12 weeks commencing Tuesday 3 January 2017 ending Tuesday 28 March 2017 £96
Twin Rate: £144
Half term: Tuesday 14 February 2017 - NO CLASSES
12 weeks commencing Thursday 5 January 2017 ending Thursday 30 March 2017 £96
Twin Rate: £144
Half term: Thursday 16 February 2017 - NO CLASSES
12 weeks commencing Friday 6 January 2017 ending Friday 31 March 2017 £96
Twin Rate: £144
Half term: Friday 17 February 2017 - NO CLASSES
It is possible to attend a trial class before committing to a term. Trial classes cost £8, payable in advance of or at the start of the class and can be arranged by emailing Guildford@babysensory.co.uk. FREE taster classes are available only when advertised.
There are a limited number of pay as you go spaces available at each class costing £9, first come first serve. These are bookable by phone or email the day before and must be paid for at the start of the class. These will run until classes are fully booked. Special classes such as the Christmas Party may be priced differently.
Please note: If you join part way through a term, fees will be calculated based on the number of classes remaining.