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Colham Manor Children’s Centre
Violet Ave, Hillingdon. UB8 3PT. 01895 448 228
[email protected]
1 -29th May 2016 Programme
st
Monday
Morning
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Child Development Clinic
9.00-1.00
Parent Support
8.30 -9.30
Maternity Service
9.00-4.00
(18 months to 5 years)
9.00-10.00 (excluding: 20th)
Maternity Service
9.00-12.00
Maternity Service
9.00-12.00
Child Development Clinic
9.00-1.00
P3 Advisory Surgery
12th and 26th
9.30-12.30
Boppin Babes
Little Owls
9.15-11.00
(0-17 months)
10.00-10.50
11.00-12.00
Maternity Service
1.00-4.00
Maternity Service
1.00-4.00
Buggy Fit
Afternoon
Music Makers
Sensory Time
(18 months to 5 years)
1.45-3.00
Volunteering Course
Toy Library
11.00-12.00
Families can borrow toys for 2
weeks for free. Please drop in.
Dolphins 4th, 11th ,18th and 25th
1.00-3.00
1.00-3.00
3rd May
Your Bump and Beyond
25th 2.30-4.30pm
Let’s Get Active
Stay and Play
(18 months to 5 years)
2.00-3.00
1.30-3.00
(0 months to 5 Years)
Key
Drop In
(18 months to 5 years)
10.00-11.00
Thumbs Up 26th
11.45-1.30
A support group for families with a
child who has Down’s Syndrome.
Poppies
Chatter Box
Book
.
3rd, 10th,17th and 24th
9.30 to 13.00
Saturday
Busy Fingers
5th, 12th, 19th
10.00-11.00
La Leche League 19th
1.00-3.00
Breastfeeding support group.
Breastfeeding Specialist Clinic
1.00-4.00
Let’s Get Messy
(0 months to 5 years)
1.45-3.00
Baby Massage
6 10.00-11.00
th
Friends of Early Bird
20th
10.00-12.00
A support group for
families who have a child
with Autism Spectrum
Disorder (ASD).
Maternity Service
1.00-4.00
Weaning Workshop
20th 1.00-2.00pm
Baby Sensory
(0-17 months) 2.00-3.00
Invitation
Only
1-1
Breastfeeding
Support
Available
Mon-Fri
Please call
to make
an
appointment.
Colham Manor Children’s Centre
Violet Ave, Hillingdon. UB8 3PT. 01895 448 228
[email protected]
1 -29th May 2016 Programme
st
OUR BOOKING SYSTEM:We operate a booking system for the green groups (one group per day). You will need to
call the Children’s Centre after 8.30am and speak to a member of the Children’s Centre
Team to book a place. We take bookings the working day before a group is due to run.
If you do not book you may not be able to join in these group sessions. If you are unable
to attend a session you have booked, please can you call us and let us know.
ALL GROUPS ARE FREE!
BABY SENSORY (0-17 MONTHS): This session is an opportunity to explore a variety of
sensory activities and toys and have free flow access to our fantastic sensory room.
BOPPIN BABES (0-17 MONTHS): A stimulating music, sensory and movement session that
supports a baby’s learning and development. Parents and carers that come along can network
and share their experiences.
CHATTER BOX (18 MONTHS-5 YEARS):
This session is a stay and play session aimed at supporting you and your child with developing
communication and language.
PARENT SUPPORT: We offer support to parents and carers in a number of areas to help
give their child the best start in life. This may include advice or guidance on issues including:
Parenting e.g. toilet learning, tantrums, setting up routines and child development. Education,
finance, health, social or anything that could affect the family. The work is practical, parent
led and child focused. If we are unable to help we will point you in the direction of someone
who can.
If you are interested in this service, please contact:
Linda Harrison via the Children’s Centre or email: [email protected]
*LET’S GET ACTIVE (18 MONTHS-5 YEARS): A structured session that
introduces children to a variety of physical activities and sports and
encourages their creative skills, co-ordination, balance and attention and
listening skills.
STAY AND PLAY (0-5 YEARS): This session gives families the opportunity to
socialise and interact with one another, encouraging children to develop their
communication skills through creative learning and play with other children.
LET’S GET MESSY (0-5 YEARS): A really fun session that includes lots of
messy activities, such as painting, junk modelling and corn flour play. Please
remember to bring a change of clothes for the child.
*MUSIC MAKERS (18 MONTHS-5 YEARS): A fun music and movement class
where families can dance, sing and play with a variety of musical instruments.
P3 ADVICE SERVICE: A P3 advisor is available to offer support to families
with a child under 5. Advice can be offered for a variety of issue’s including
Debt, Health, Welfare, Benefits, and Accommodation.
*SENSORY TIME (18 MONTHS-5 YEARS): During this group, children
explore a variety of malleable materials such as corn flour, sand, and much
more. They also have free flow access to our fantastic sensory room which
has fibre optics, light up toys, wall panels and a bubble tube.
* If you have another child e.g. sibling under 18 months that you would like
to bring please let the receptionist know when you book.
SMALL TALK: If you have concerns about your child’s speech and language please call to
speak to someone and get a referral for an assessment with the speech and language
team.
Colham Manor Children’s Centre
Violet Ave, Hillingdon. UB8 3PT. 01895 448 228
[email protected]
1 -29th May 2016 Programme
st
MAY HALF TERM HOLIDAY PROGRAMME 30TH MAY TO 3rd JUNE
Morning
Monday
Bank
holiday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Parent Support
8.30 -9.30
Maternity Service
9.00-12.00
Child Minding
Group
9.00-12.30
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Maternity Service
9.00-4.00
Stay and Play
Key
Child Development Clinic
9.00-1.00
9.30-11.00
(0 months to 8 Years)
Drop In
Music Makers
(School Hall)
(18 months to 8 years)
Invitation
Only
10.00-11.00
Afternoon
Maternity Service
1.00-4.00
Bank
Holiday
Let’s Get Messy
(0 months to 8 years)
1.30-3.00
Your Bump and Beyond
2.30-4.30pm
Book
Breastfeeding Specialist
Clinic
1.00-4.00
Maternity Service
1.00-4.00
Baby Sensory an
(0-17 months)
2.00-3.00
1-1
Breastfeeding
Support
Available
Mon-Fri
Please call
to make an
appointment.

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