Call Out for EOIs in Sensory Storytelling Term 3 2018

Sensorium Theatre exists to spark the imaginations of children with disability. We specialise in creating disability-specific and inclusive sensory theatre and storytelling experiences for early intervention and school-aged audiences.

The company is now officially offering their new Sensory Storytelling program to early intervention providers, libraries, and K - 3 school groups in the Perth Metro Area.

Through music and multi-sensory stimulation, the program aims to spark children's imaginations, bring out voluntary and creative responses and achieve engagement with story.

Program Summary:

"Sensory Rhymetime"

4 popular nursery rhymes delivered with multi-sensory props (for K/PP/1)

1 x 45minute session x 5 weeks

"Sensory Storytime"

Sensory re-tellings of "Bear Hunt" by Michael Rosen or "Wombat Stew" by Marcia Vaughan

1 x 45 minute session x 5 weeks

- Term based delivery. [Partners may choose 1st or 2nd half of Terms 2 & 3. For the shorter terms, 1 & 4, we generally run in the middle 5 weeks of term].

- Max number of sessions in one school hour day = 4

- We will consider an after school hours program starting no later than 3:30pm.

- Total session run time, including set-up & pack-down = 1.5 to 2.5hrs

- Maximum number of students per program = 15

- We bring all our own materials

Program Fees:

1 x program - $2050

2 x programs - $2600

3 x programs - $3700

4 x programs - $4250

For more information or to enquire about our Professional Learning modules, please email Leah, Program Coordinator, on or explore our website,

If you are a school, you can jump straight to booking us for Term 3 2018 by following this link

Thank you for your interest!

The team at Sensorium Theatre


"It was very worthwhile from a therapy point of view, with movement, sensory, following instructions, turn taking… It was also non-threatening. The colour and music draws the kids in.” (Mai Welsh, Manager Therapy Professional Services — Children, Rocky Bay: 2017 trial partner)

"I love the way that a Sensorium incursion engages our children and inspires staff to be creative in their programming." (Ros Hamling, Principal, Carson Street School: 2017 trial partner)

Acquired brain injury
Chronic illness
Hearing loss and deafness
Mental and psychological
Speech and language disorders
Visual loss and blindness
Meet the team: Sensory Storytelling is delivered by two Performance Artists. Meet Michelle and Amity...
Target group age:
Early Childhood
Late adolescence / Post-school
Aged Care
Years experience: 8
Suburbs and regions serviced: Perth Metro Area
Contact number: 0408 945 209

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