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Drop-in Baby Group with Vicky and Chloe, Online through Microsoft Teams

In the first 12 months, babies grow and learn more than any other time in their life. This is a period where they begin to make connections to the world around them and to their emotions. 'Non Walkers' baby group provides a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, with stimulating play opportunities for babies (0-18 months) to learn and develop in. Come and meet other families living in the area, each session has a song and story time which is important for children’s speech, language and communication skills. Basic Makaton signs are used during our song time for both children and parents to learn as a way of communication.

You can also gain advice on the following:

• Supporting your child’s development at home
• Child development
• Weaning
• Fussy eating


To join this session, please send an email; including your full name, Postcode, Telephone, child/ren's full name and child/ren's DOB to Chloe.taylor@hounslow.gov.uk


If you would like to give any feedback on these sessions, or would like to make some suggestions on our online offer, please complete our short feedback form.


We also have weekly Activity sheets and Activity, Song and Story Videos sent via WhatsApp.

Service details

Age Range
Birth to Five Years

When is it on

Date & Time
Tuesdays, 10 to 11am
Session Information
Sessions will be run until further notice

Where to go

Name of venue
Microsoft Teams

Who to contact

Name
Chloe Taylor
Email
Chloe.taylor@hounslow.gov.uk
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