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Children's Centres in Sheffield

Children's Centres are for families with children under 5 years old.   The services offered will not be the same everywhere, because needs and communities vary greatly.  Types of services include:

  • information advice and support for parents and carers

  • health services

  • family support

  • employment advice

  • family learning

  • parents' forums
     

Children's Centres

Contact details for local Children's Centres and the areas they cover.  What's On Guides are also available to download with details of the activities and groups at each centre.

  • Angram Bank for High Green, Chapeltown, Ecclesfield and Grenoside areas
  • Brightside for Brightside, Wincobank and Shiregreen areas
  • Burngreave for Burngreave, Firvale and Wensley areas
  • Chancet Wood for Lowedges, Batemoor, Jordanthorpe, Norton, Greenhill and Woodseats areas
  • Darnall for Darnall, Tinsley and Manor areas
  • Early Days for Parson Cross, Foxhill and Colley areas
  • Ecclesall for Ecclesall, Totley, Beuchief, Bradway, Crosspool and Fulwood areas
  • First Start for Firth Park and Stubbins areas
  • The Meadows for Southey, Shirecliffe and Longley areas
  • Primrose for Walkley, Netherthorpe, Upperthorpe and Crookes areas
  • Sharrow for the Sharrow, Broomhall and Netheredge areas
  • Shooters Grove for Stannington, Hillsborough and Middlewood areas
  • Shortbrook for Shortbrook, Birley, Hackenthorpe, Beighton, Intake, Charnock and Crystal Peaks areas
  • Stocksbridge for Stocksbridge and the surrounding area
  • Valley Park for Heeley, Hemsworth, Gleadless Valley and Meersbrook areas
  • Woodthorpe for Woodthorpe, Woodhouse and Handsworth areas
  • Wybourn for Wybourn, Arbourthorne and Norfolk Park areas

Other childrens centres in Sheffield.

Childcare services in Sheffield.
 

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Getting involved in a Children’s Centre

Each Children’s Centre area has an advisory forum.  This is a meeting where local providers and parents can meet to look at the needs of the area and identify how the centre can provide the services needed.

We’d really like as many parents as possible to be involved in these meetings.  If you are interested and would like to find out more please contact your local centre.
 

Free For parents

Baby days are free activities for families and babies to do together.

All 3 and 4 year olds can get 15 hours of free early learning and play a week during term time (from the beginning of the term after their third birthday).

Free Parenting courses, learn how:

  • children learn through play

  • to praise and reward

  • to set effective limits

  • to handle bad behaviour
     

  • Modified: Mar 21, 2014 1:04:02 PM