We have two main centres from where we operate a timetable of sessions and activities:

  • The Old Schoolhouse, Westhill Road, Westhill, AB32 6FT
  • Belgrave House, Belgrave Terrace, Rosemount, Aberdeen, AB25 2NR

However, we also hold activities in venues across the Northeast of Scotland so look out for information on SensationALL’s outreach sessions taking place in a location near you!

Westhill – The Old Schoolhouse

Our headquarters and main centre of operation is The Old Schoolhouse in Westhill. The building has several activity spaces and is equipped with specialist sensory facilities. Our sister organisation, Schools Out Club Westhill (a breakfast club and after school provision) share the building with us.

  • Soft play area
  • Sensory room
  • 2 spacious activity rooms
  • Disabled toilet equipped with portable hoist and adjustable changing table
  • Kitchen area and food preparation facilities
  • Fully enclosed extensive garden area
  • Neighbouring inclusive play park
  • Onsite parking

When available, the sensory room and/or soft play room at The Old Schoolhouse can be booked by families/carers, groups, schools or adults with MSN. Bookings include access to sensory equipment, games, resources and outdoor toys. Parents, carers and professionals are required to supervise their individuals and groups at these times – SensationALL staff are only available demonstrate resource use.

We are the perfect venue for a birthday party for children – contact us for more information

Aberdeen – Belgrave House:

In 2023, we opened our second site at Belgrave House in Rosemount, Aberdeen, where we occupy suite 1 (ground floor) which means we can duplicate many of our groups and services in central Aberdeen. This is a shared building and other organisations also use the car park and facilities.

  • Flexible open plan activity space
  • Meeting room
  • Ground floor location
  • Onsite parking
  • Sensory room coming soon

“I enjoy having a catch up with the staff, meeting parents in a similar situation and knowing that my son is in a safe and fun environment.”