Presentation on theme: "The community Café is open everyday for public use from 9am-1pm. Serving breakfasts, snacks, lunch and refreshments. We can also help with: Sign posting."— Presentation transcript:
The community Café is open everyday for public use from 9am-1pm. Serving breakfasts, snacks, lunch and refreshments. We can also help with: Sign posting and supporting with Adult Education, Housing, Counselling and Benefit Advice. Child Safety Information. Support in attending groups and activities with children under 5. Stop Smoking Support. Support in play or child care provision. Parenting programs. Advice with Weaning, immunisations, breast feeding and toilet training. For further information on childcare and family support services in Manchester for children aged up to 19 years, contact Manchester Family Information Service (FIS) on The Wells Clayton Childrens Centre 101 North Road Clayton M11 4NE Phone: WHATS ON AT CLAYTON SURE START CHILDRENS CENTRE Make a fresh start or try something new! July 2013
MONDAY Antenatal Clinic – Run by Midwives – For expectant parents Appointment Only. 9.00am – 3.00pm. Wells Centre Antenatal Clinic 28 day discharge - Run by Midwives– Appointment Only 11am – 12noon, Wells Centre Councillor Surgery- A drop in surgery run by your local councillor for all the community.12noon – 1pm.Wells Centre. Little Steps -A new group which offers you chance to meet other new parents and carers and share information.10am – 11.30am. Nursery Clayton Childrens Centre The Borrowers Library-Community based library run by local resident,12.30pm – 2.30pm,Wells Centre. NEW!!! Health and Social Care- Starting September 2013!! Ring Chantelle for discussion on If interested clayton Sure Start Childrens Centre TUESDAY Luncheon Club Over 50s only - A club for the over 50s. Lunch and transport is provided and activities include bingo and day trips am – 3pm. Wells Centre. Young Parents Lunch Drop In noon pm, Nursery Clayton Childrens Centre Community Café - The Community Café provides refreshments, a variety of meals and snacks and will cater meals/buffets for meetings held at the Centre at a reasonable price.9am – 2pm Wells Centre Birth Registration - This is a registration service for all new babies. An appointment is necessary. Please contact our reception on am – 4pm – First Tuesday of Month 9.30am – 12.00noon. Wells Centre Development Through Play (Pre School Special Needs Team) A play session for parent and child with help from the team – 11.30am Nursery Clayton Children`s Centre.
THURSDAY Play and Stay - Development Through Play (fortnightly – check with centre for next session) 10.00am – 11.30am, Nursery Clayton Childrens Centre, For children with additional needs. Contact the Specialist Resource Team on Greater Manchester Police Drop In - Come and meet your local community support police officers, raise any concerns you might have within the local community4pm – 5pm. Wells Centre East Manchester Dyslexia Drop In - Support for all who may have dyslexia, including screening. Monthly drop ins Fourth Thursday5.30pm – 8.00pm, and Second Saturday of the month 9.00am – 1.00pm Wells Centre The Borrowers Library-Community based library run by local resident, pm,Wells Centre. Snack Provided. Its time to get your body wriggling! Bounce along to wriggle and move, a lively, fun, active play session for children on the go and their parents or carers! Clayton Sure Start Childrens Centre Wednesdays am Clayton WEDNESDAY Wriggle and Move - A movement session for parents/carers and their children who are walking and crawling.10am – 11.30am.Wells Centre Smoking Cessation - A FREE drop in for all the community to assist with giving up smoking.5pm – 7pm.Wells Centre. Little Steps A Group for meeting new parents and carers to share information whilst children ages 0-2 Years can play. Mondays At Clayton Sure Start childrens centre (crèche room at the Nursery Building) Monday 10am-11.30am
FRIDAY Antenatal Clinic – Midwives Drop In For expectant parents 9.00am – 10.00am Wells Centre Wonderful World of Play - An interactive play session for parents/carers and their children aged 0-5 years 10am – 11.30am Wells Centre Community Book Exchange- Community based library run by local residents 12.30pm – 2.30pm Wells Centre Manchester Adult Education Scheme – Friendly advice and guidance to help you come off benefits and make a new start with work or training An appointment is necessary. Please contact reception on pm – 4pm Wells Centre Weekly drop in session for parents aged under 25 to come along, have lunch and play with your child. Clayton Thursdays At Newton Heath Sure start Childrens centre Share information with other young expecting parents. Plus see the babies at play, learn new songs and rhymes and ask questions from new parents. Come and play with your baby in a safe environment with a range of toys and baby books. Get advice, Sing songs, chat to other parents and share your experiences with pregnant mums. Age range from bump- 5 years Every Tuesday 12pm-1.30pm 10am-12pm A drop in play session for children aged 6 months to 11 years and their siblings. Please note this is first come first served session At Clayton Childrens Centre Nursery