Why come to the Children’s Centre?
The Children’s Centre will help you make friends with people in your local area, help your child get ready for school, will give you the skills to be a confident parent and will help you back into education and work.
*We are open during School Holidays*
What activities are available?
The Children’s Centre offers a range of activities and services for families with children aged 0-5 years old that live in the local area.
We aim to support your child’s health development and their learning, improve their life chances and help parents to improve their parenting skills.
The Children’s Centre aims to work with children and families aged less than 3 years old and that are in the greatest need and or at risk of poor health and educational outcomes. This means that some sessions will be for children of a certain age or they will be invitation only. You can find out more information about these sessions by calling the Centre or checking our timetable.
*All activities are FREE*
Sessions to support your child’s education and learning
- Baby Group
- Rhyme Time
- Terrific Two’s
- Play and Learn
Adult learning with crèche facilities in partnership with South Thames College
- ESOL, Functional Skills, I.C.T
- Baby Massage
- Baby Clinic
- First Aid
- Speech and language advice sessions
- Weaning sessions
- Parenting groups and parent support
Outreach services in the local community, and supporting children to access their early education places, if they are eligible to attend nursery at 2 years old.
To find out if you are eligible, please visit or call the Centre.
*Please look at our timetable for the most up to date information on sessions and activities*
Childrens Centre Timetable: July - August 2019
Who we work with
- Health Visitors and Community Nursery Nurses
- Families’ First providing individual parenting support to families
- London Ambulance Service
- Educational Psychologists
- Speech and Language Therapists
- The Group work and Parenting Team
- The Library Service
- South Thames College