We are pleased to let you know that small face to face play sessions and courses will be starting back at our centres from Monday, 19th April. The sessions are currently limited, and only available when booked. Services such as ante and postnatal appointments and Health Review meetings for your baby or toddler will be offered in children’s centres by appointment. Support from a Better Start worker, Training and Employment advisor or the Citizen’s Advice service will be available by phone, online or face to face.
We will provide services such as early learning packs and activities, and ideas for things for you and your children to do together at home. Services such as Chattertime groups and breastfeeding support groups will continue to be available online.
You can continue to get children’s centre support by phoning 020 7926 2369or completing this simple form. A member of the children’s centre team will contact you on the next working day. Information on children’s centre delivery in Lambeth can be found at www.lambeth.gov.uk/childrenscentres
Our Children’s Centre locations are at Maytree, Clapham Manor and Tree House, running sessions from Agnes Riley One O'Clock Club Gardens. We run activities for all children from birth to 5 years old and their parents/carers and childminders. Many of our regular sessions are term time only. However, we do have a holiday programme of activities including trips. Please call in to our centres to pick up a timetable of these. The sessions are currently limited, and only available when booked.
Our welcoming and friendly team offer many sessions with fun activities and plenty of events for the whole family all year round. See our current programme for details. We provide baby changing facilities at all centres and all of our centres are breastfeeding friendly.
We have a team of professionals to support you and can offer advice on your child’s health, development and care. Contact us for further information. We have free internet access at all of our centres.
You can get support for situations that may affect your family life such as:
challenges you face being a parent
helping your child to share
starting a new school
finding a job
training and learning new skills
having a family member with a disability
understanding your child’s behaviour and how to help them
applying for and understanding benefits
understanding more about your child’s learning and development
Most people who come just want time to meet other people in a friendly place where their children can play together. Please come along and meet other families.