About Children's Centres
- What is a Sure Start Children's
- Who can use a Children's Centre?
- What happens at a Children's
- What sort of Services do Children's
- Q. What is
a Sure Start Children's Centre?
A. Children’s centres can offer information, advice and activities
to support families with children aged 0 to 5. This support
can help to develop children’s and parent’s/carer’s overall health
and happiness. It means families will get the help and support they
need close to their home. (Top of Page)
- Q. Who can
use a Children's Centre?
A. Children’s centres are open to all families with children under
five. Parents/carers and children are welcome to use any children’s
centre in Worcestershire. We want parents and carers to be able to
have the support they need to get involved in their children’s
learning and development, helping them to reach their full
potential. This means providing the support they need, where they
need it. (Top of Page)
What happens at a Children's Centre?
A. Not every children’s centre will be the same but they will all
aim to provide activities locally, which could include:
Family support on issues such as feeding,
sleeping and behaviour management
Baby and toddler activities
High quality childcare and nursery education
Stay and Play sessions
Healthy eating advice
Access to employment and training information
And much more…
What sort of services do Children's Centres provide?
A. Children's centres can offer information, advice and
activities to support families with children aged 0 to 5. The
support can help to develop children's and parents'/carers' overall
health and happiness.
It means you and your family will get the help and support you
need close to your home.
- Department for
Responsible for education and children’s
- Plug and Play
with Events and Activities.
- Citizens Advice
service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial
advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities.
- Action for
The centres are run by Action for Children in
partnership with Worcestershire County Council.
the UK's leading children's charity.
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This page was last reviewed 22 March 2013 at 15:23.
The page is next due for review 18 September 2014.