Story telling in the Midlands

Bringing stories to life!

Open the pages of imagination as we explore stories through singing, British sign language, movement, traditional storytelling, mark making, sensory play, numeracy and so much more.

Our classes are designed specifically to develop children's speech, language and literacy skills.

Baby classes and mixed age classes available. Classes run at various times and locations across Leicestershire.

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World Book Day 9.30

  • Saturday 3rd March 9.30
  • Starts March 3rd
  • 1 weekly sessions
  • Ideal for Mixed ages 6 months to 5 years
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World Book Day 11 am

£7
  • Saturday March 3rd 11am
  • Starts March 3rd 2018
  • 1 weekly sessions
  • Ideal for Mixed ages 6 months to 5 years
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Fun for babies right through to school age and beyond
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Easter Events

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Wigston Shark in the Park Friday 6th April 11am

£7
  • Wednesday 4th April 11-12
  • Starts Weds 4th April
  • 1 weekly sessions
  • Ideal for Mixed ages 6 months to 5 years
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Wigston Shark in the Park Weds 4th April 9.30

£7
  • Wednesday 4th April 9.30-10.30
  • Starts Weds 4th April
  • 1 weekly sessions
  • Ideal for Mixed ages 6 months to 5 years
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Wigston Shark in the Park Weds 4th April 11am

£7
  • Wednesday 4th April 11-12
  • Starts Weds 4th April
  • 1 weekly sessions
  • Ideal for Mixed ages 6 months to 5 years
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Leicester children's reading

What is Story Imagin-ory?

Story Imagin-ory is a Story Telling Class with a difference! We bring our stories to life through activities, singing, sign language, simple phonics and traditional storytelling. 

• Strong Focus on Early Years Communication

• Friendly and affordable

• Socially Consious

Leicestershire story workshops

The Gift of Books

Our social mission is to make sure all children across the county and beyond have access to books and early literacy support. We specifically target vulnerable and at risk children, or children/families on the poverty line. Our belief is that ALL children should have the right to read, share stories and own their own books. Books are a fundamental part of early development, enchanting skills such as speech, language, communication, language, literacy, early numeracy, knowledge of the world, feelings, problem solving, bonding with parents/carers and SO much more!

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