Mums, dads and carers with children aged 2 – 4 in South Bristol may be interested to hear that next week there will be some new interactive story, music and drama classes starting in Totterdown.
Debutots classes are run by Geri Mckenna who has been formally trained in drama and who already runs regular Debutots sessions for young children in Emerson’s Green.
Debutots encourages children’s language development, ignites their imagination, improves concentration and nurtures creativity, all of which helps them to become more confident and work well with others.
Sessions are also a great way for parents to get to know others and will give them some good ideas of stories to explore imaginatively at home with their children too.
I’ll hand over to Geri herself who can tell you more…
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Hello Bristol Mum readers!
I’m excited to announce the launch of our new Debutots classes in Totterdown, at The Saltcellar in Totterdown Baptist Church.
On Tuesday 13th June we will have a FREE Summer launch session so parents and little ones can come and discover what Debutots is all about.
An interactive unique story is at the heart of our Early Years Drama session, suitable for 2 – 4 years. The children then explore the world of the story through dramatic play and music, and they’ll have the freedom to take our stories where their creativity urges.
Dipping tiny toes into the world of stories, words and sounds our Baby Story Play sessions, suitable for 6 months – 2 years are a multi-sensory blend of storytelling, puppets, bubbles and movement to music.
After a formal training in drama and 11 years experience working in education, I’m incredibly passionate about the benefits of Debutots for the early years.
I warmly invite you and your little ones to come and join in the fun at our FREE launch session on Tuesday 13th June:
- Early Years Drama, for 2-4 yrs: 10.40-11.30am
- Baby Story Play, for 6m-2yrs: 11.40-12.30pm
Sessions include coffee and chat time, and parents will have the opportunity to sign up for the remainder of the Summer term.