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For more Information about any of our sessions or to make a booking please call 01642 210567 option 2

Parent & Child Sessions

Amazing Babies (Birth-6 Months Old)
These sessions include information on baby development & parental wellbeing. We will share simple methods with you which enables you to support your baby’s learning and early language and communication skills. We will sing songs and rhymes suitable for babies & spend some time reading books.
Thursdays – 9:30am-11:00am (5 week block – Booking Required)

Baby Play (Birth to Walking) Term Time Only
A play session to support baby’s development from birth to walking. This baby play session gives babies the opportunity to meet and play in a safe and stimulating environment to develop all of the important skills they need.
Wednesdays – 10:00am-11:00am (Booking Required, please call the centre the day before )

Stay & Play (Walking – 5 years old) Term Time Only / There will be no session on a Tuesday that follows a bank holiday Monday
Help your child prepare for Nursery by coming along to this session. This session gives children the opportunity to meet and play in a safe and stimulating environment to develop all the important skills they need to become ready for nursery. Tuesdays – 10:00am-11:00am (Booking Required, please call the centre the day before)

Rhyme & Sing Along Session -Term Time only

This session is for children aged 0-5years, these sessions will run every Monday afternoon 1:30pm-2:00pm Please call on a Monday morning to book your place!

Messy Play – Messy play is all about learning through experience. It involves using all five senses to explore how things feel, smell and taste, as well as what they look and sound like when we interact with them. This session also helps to strengthen children’s gross motor skills, hand and eye coordination and will also develop and refine their fine motor skills by using the muscles in their fingers, wrists, arms, toes and shoulders to make small movements.
These sessions take place during Summer Holidays, Dates and times to be confirmed (Booking Required)


Early Years Workshops: Especially designed for parents of under 5’s, the 5 week Early Years workshops are a great way of finding out how to get the best out of family life, with some helpful tips, ideas and strategies to make sense of being a parent and help you understand why your children do what they do. 
(Delivered on 1:1 basis, via Referral )

School Readiness Pathways

Let’s Talk : A fun and engaging 6 week programme for parents and children aged 2 years and above to help young children get ready for Nursery. This programme explores the development of early literacy skills and the importance of sharing songs and stories as well as the different ways children learn through explorative play. Children are gifted with several resources for you and your child to explore together to support home learning. (Referral Only via Health Visitor)


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