Our senses are the gateway to all learning, essential to children's development and 'hardwiring' the brain for lifelong learning. Recognised as The Sensory Play Company we specialise in providing an exciting range of sensory resources and toys. Our handmade award-winning EN71 certified heuristic play resources are perfect for providing early sensory stimulation, a sensory education and calming relief for children and adults with sensory processing problems. All these handmade products are developed by author and resident expert Sue Gascoyne, through extensive research and testing. We're proud that many of our resources are made in the UK - several handmade by adults with physical and learning disabilities. See our Twitter feed for the latest news, information and ideas, or why not have a look at our new 2017 catalogue here.
We’ve been busy working on our new catalogue packed full of tried and tested favourites as well as some gorgeous new sensory toys and resources. Click here to download a copy, or contact the Play to Z team on 01206 796722 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request your very own copy. Each and every resource has been carefully selected by sensory play specialist and author, Sue Gascoyne, for its proven ability to support children and adults with an array of sensory processing and attachment difficulties, including Autism and ADHD, giving you confidence and peace of mind. If you‘re an advocate of Best of British we think you’ll like what you’ll see on our website!
Coming soon, Sue Gascoyne - Early Years Training & Consultancy 2018 Training Programme
Following on from the rave reviews about this year's training courses, author and trainer Sue Gascoyne is busily developing an exciting new programme of training for 2018 to take place in our very own Stable training facility. For more information on the training, keynotes and workshops that we offer, please visit our training page.
Sue began 2017's Training timetable with a BANG! 'Creativity and Imagination' enabling participants to understand, support and effectively plan opportunities for children to be truly imaginative within any early years environment. We've pulled together items which we believe will further enable children to explore their creativity and imagination here.