Welcome to Kids Inspired’s creative learning services website, thanks for stopping by!
My name is Deni Fowle and I am the Director and
Principal Psychologist at Kids Inspired Pty. Ltd. Kids
Inspired is a unique Creative Learning and Wellbeing
Centre based in Kirrawee, Sydney. At the Centre you
will find a variety of fun and engaging programs for
children, young people and the adults in their
community who care for and inspire them.
With a focus on sewing, contemporary hand crafts and
visual arts, we offer after school term classes, school
holiday workshops, and our famous CreativiTea Parties.
We also offer a range of fun CreativiTea Kits for kids to
create at home, including pretty jewellery and accessories
projects, our boho Dreamcatcher, and a number of hand
sewing projects that have been popular with the kids
coming through our parties and workshops.
Formerly operating as Free Range Living, the business started in November 2011, in a small shop in Kurnell, opposite the Kamay Botany Bay National Park. We held our first childrens’ parties and workshops in January 2012, and over the years outgrew the space at Kurnell, so moved to the new Centre at Kirrawee in October 2014.
In July 2019, we made the decision to merge our allied health and creative learning services together, and now officially operate under the business name Kids Inspired Pty. Ltd.
In 2020 we moved into our brand new space on Oak Road at Kirrawee. Our downstairs space is set up for Birthday Parties, After School Classes and School Holiday Workshops. Our Upstairs space has been designed for our Allied Health Services including Psychology, Speech Therapy, OT and Art Therapy.
As a Child and Adolescent Psychologist, working for over 18 years in private practice, youth mental health and juvenile justice, I am passionate about giving kids the opportunity to experience the therapeutic benefits of creativity. Engaging in creative activities such as sewing, crochet, knitting, macrame, weaving, beading and visual arts (just to name a few), can give kids productive options to combat boredom, engage in some fun indoor, rainy day or evening projects, assists in developing fine motor and problem solving skills, focus and attention, and also teaches youngsters how to balance their busy, active lives, by providing them with an opportunity for slowing down and developing a calm state of mind.