Brain Bricks

As heard on

BBC Radio Surrey and BBC Radio Sussex


The course is filled with fun suggestions to interact with your child while supporting brain development


We enhance understanding of your childs physical and emotional progress and how their behaviours can demonstrate positive changes


Interactions during these early years can promote better resilience and positive coping skills to last into adulthood

Attending Brain Bricks can:


  • Increase Knowledge of physical and emotional development of the brain
  • Support your child to develop their full potential during these essential early years
  • Deepen empathy and understanding of your child’s behaviours
  • Enhance bonding
  • Possibility of gaining earlier insight of any developmental delays that may present - carers can discuss with medical professionals and gain the relevant support/treatment as prompty as possible (early intervention is often linked to better outcomes)
  • Use play to enjoy watching your baby's development with more insight
  • Increase your confidence of parenting skills
  • Highlight relevant evidence-based research for well informed decision making for your child’s future


Brain Bricks is for everyone!

The content is suited for all levels of learning ability and invites questions to ensure that everybody gains the best possible learning experience while enjoying play time with their child. The groups do not exceed 10 babies per session as this should offer sufficient time for any additional needs or queries that may arise.


We offer many links to interesting resources that may advance your learning from home (for those who wish to continue their learning of brain development).


Courses are subject to availability and booking is preferable to avoid disappointment.



All course dates and locations will be published on the homepage of this website as soon as they have been confirmed.


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For anyone who is helping to build a baby!

-mums, dads, grandparents, childminders, nursery staff, neighbours or adult siblings.... ALL baby carers can improve brain development (up to 2 carers per baby attending the course)

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