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Stay and Play @ Cranford Children’s Centre

Children learn all the fundamental skills through play, in their first five years. ‘Stay and Play’ sessions provide families with a fun, stimulating and safe environment for parents and children to take part in. At these sessions parents/carers should encourage their children to take part in the different activities, learn new skills and develop further skills.

Attending Stay and Play could:

  • Help you to meet other families 
  • Help parents to gain new ideas
  • Help your child to develop 
  • Help Parents learn about the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and their child’s development
  • Gain extra support from our Children Centre Staff

Service details

Age Range
0-5 years

When is it on

Date & Time
Wednesdays, 1.30 to 3.15pm- No session on 20th March 2019
Session Information
*Please note that in order for everyone to have a safe and enjoyable time, we must limit the number of families who may attend at any one time
*Sessions are £1 voluntary donation

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All staff are trained to provide an inclusive service to all families. Please contact us if you would like to know more information or would like to request any reasonable special adaptations.

Environment
  • Main doors have wheel chair access
  • One disabled toilet with handrails
  • Disabled car parking in school car park

 

Where to go

Name of venue
Cranford Children’s Centre
Venue address
Cranford Infant School, Berkeley Avenue
Hounslow
Postcode
TW4 6LB

Who to contact

Name
Cranford Children's Centre
Telephone
020 8583 5590
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Public disclaimer:

The role of this directory is to provide information. It is your personal responsibility to make sure that organisations are appropriate and safe for you, your child or young person before they attend. Please read our guide to staying safe - things to consider

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