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18+ Years
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5.00 -6.00 PM
Monday Evenings (Term Time)
Water Eaton Church Centre Bletchley, MK2 3RR

About the session...


Adult Sensory Rhythms is a music-focused session where we explore different
elements of music through singing and/or making sounds, instruments, and using
sensory props.

Each session will include a range of music to sing or play along with, using various
handheld percussion. This will include familiar songs as well as music that may be
new to participants.


We will use sensory props such as scarves, the giant scrunchie
and wrist bells to add a physical element to our exploration of the music.
The sessions are all about having fun, exploring sounds, and making music!

This club is aimed at those with a higher level of support needs and is fantastic for sensory seekers!


A parent/carer is required to remain onsite and actively support each performer in this session. 

This a fantastic opportunity to positively engage in an activity together and to strengthen relationships outside of the classes too!

- Carer of a current Performer


The people I support who attend Spectrum classes have benefited so very much and they have an absolute ball! They provide such a wonderful service for young and old, in a community that is lacking in this area of expertise - so valuable and so needed!


What makes this class accessible?

  • Visual Timetable to support transitions 

  • Visuals used to support communication and themes/topics 

  • Makaton to support communication and processing of instructions 

  • Sensory bag is available to support self-regulation

  • Ear defenders available for Participants to borrow  

  • No pressure to follow or learn songs

  • All stimming is welcomed and accepted

  • Singing to help aid transitions e.g. hello song and goodbye song

  • Makaton to support singing 

  • Class capped at 10 performers to reduce the overwhelm

  • Use of sensory props and instruments to engage/regulate the senses in different ways ans explore the theme

What to expect in a typical Adult Sensory Rhythms Session? 


Hello Song

  • An opportunity for everyone to feel welcome, seen and important 

  • Signals the class has begun 



  • Warming up our bodies and voices, this often includes moving our bodies , warming up our faces and creating sounds


Movement Song

  • An opportunity to get our bodies moving

  • This usually involves lots of rhythmic tapping, body percussion or a
    song with actions

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Exploration/Sensory Songs

  • The main part of the session

  • Using a variety of props and instruments including handheld percussion, coloured scarves, giant scrunchie

  • Exploring different themes as well as different elements of music including pitch and rhythm

  • Including popular songs to follow along too as well as songs sung/played in the session

Special Activity  

  • A sensory moment/song to explore the theme

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Cool Down

  • A calm moment using lots of deep breaths and calming movements


Goodbye Song 

  • Signals the end of the session 

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