Visiting Family Hubs and Children's Centres
Our Family Hub buildings remain open and we are providing support to families in a range of safe ways. If you need to speak to one of our practitioners please telephone: 020 7598 4601 or email: childrenCentresNorth@rbkc.gov.uk (north of the borough) or ChildrenCentresSouth@rbkc.gov.uk (south of the borough) with your contact details to request a call.
One-to-one support for families is also available by calling Early Help on 020 7598 4601 or 020 7361 4129 or by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be able to link you to the right support, including virtual parent groups.
Early settings and schools remain open so that children can continue to access education and support there.
Our libraries are currently prioritising access to computers, the internet, study space and books, to best support visitors. Heightened hygiene and social distancing measures in place to ensure residents can still safely enjoy library services.
Our parks, open spaces and playgrounds remain open.
You can find resources for supporting children under 5 at home here.
For a summary of what support is available see our leaflet.
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Crochet ear savers for NHS You only need a hook- 4,4.5,5 and 5.5mm, 100% cotton yarn 1.5x5 “, 15-20mm buttons. Also a wonderful gentle art therapy workshops for all – a way to be heard if you are unable to find the words. Your Voice through Art making classes starting tomorrow via ZOOM.
A weekly ante natal coffee morning hosted by midwife Annette to support new parents to be and meet other new parents.
Well being, entertainment and fun free activities for adults and children - mainly online
Covid-19 Time Capsule Prize Draw
Drawn by Ellie Mae We would like to say congratulations to Ellie Mae for winning our Covid-19 Time Capsule Prize Draw. We had some wonderful entries that show just how hard you have all been working and some of the great ways that you have been enjoying being at home. Do keep up the good work!
For guidance and advice from our Children’s Centre staff, please call 020 7938 8400 or email: email@example.com with your contact details to request a call.
One-to-one support for families is also available by calling Early Help on 020 7598 4601 (north) or 020 7361 4129 (south) or by emailing us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the above, you can access a list of resources for parents and carers of children under the age of 5 through this link.
Offer from Paddington Development Trust It’s business as usual as clients can still register online, to join the new online training. Usual eligibility requirements of right to work and proof of address are required. Existing clients take the survey so the trust can get an idea of session numbers. New recruits see the E-Training flyer. Once clients are registered you will be provided with all the usual opportunities plus additional expenses such as data top up to help them get by etc. Call Neisha Diaz on 020 7266 8253 or 07856181941 details. PDT Employment have created some YouTube Playlists of things to keep you entertained, job ready and productive during this time in self-isolation.
Westway Learning has gone online!
Join us if you want to meet new people, feel connected and develop your English, employability and digital skills. Current and futures courses include ESOL (levels beginner to L1); Introduction to Teaching Assistant Course; Basic Digital Skills.
We are using a variety of fun and easy-to-use ways of reaching learners, including: WhatsApp, Zoom, Google Classroom and YouTube.
For more information, contact Learning and Outreach Officer Wafaa Samadi –Wafaa.Samadi@westway.org, 07917 575002 - or Adult and Community Learning Manager Sakinah Touzani – Sakinah.Touzani@Westway.org, 07917 847988