South Marston All Sorts

At South Marston Primary School

Children 0 to under 5yrs

Expectant mums welcome

Tuesdays: 1.30pm – 2.30pm

(Term time only)

50p charge per family

Telephone: Saplings Children’s Centre – 01793 829996

On 22nd January 2009, our team of qualified and experienced crèche/support workers, commenced a weekly Stay and Play session at South Marston Primary School between 1.30-2.30pm (term time only).  These sessions are suitable for ‘mums to be’ (bumps) to children under five with their parents/carers.  It provides an ideal opportunity for parents/carers to make new friends whilst playing with their children, who enjoy learning through play.  The sessions are free of charge and are run on a drop-in basis with no need to book.

Our friendly staff will give a warm welcome to anybody who wishes to attend.
Stay and Play is run by the Saplings Children’s Centre, based in Delamere Drive, Stratton St Margaret, and it officially opened its doors on 10th May 2008.
Children Centre’s are service hubs where children under five years old and their families/carers can receive seamless integrated services and information. By 2010, every community will be served by a Sure Start Children’s Centre, offering permanent universal provision across the country, ensuring that every child gets the best start in life.
Saplings are able to offer the following services:
Support for parents/carers – including advice on parenting, local childcare options and access to specialist services for families.
Child and family health services – ranging from health screening, health visitor services to breast-feeding support.
Child and family health services, including ante-natal services
Parental outreach
Family support services
Support to childminders and a base for a childminder network
Support for children and parents/carers with special needs
Effective links with Jobcentre Plus to support parents/carers who wish to consider training or employment.
Appropriate support and outreach services to parents/carers and children who have been identified as in need of them
Information and advice to parents/carers on a range of subjects, including: local childcare, looking after babies and young children, local early years provision (childcare and early learning) education services for 3 &; 4 year olds and tax credits
Drop-in sessions and other activities for children, parents/carers at the centre and off site, such as South Marston Primary and Beechcroft Infants School.
Facilities at the Centre include:
A community kitchen where Healthy Eating and Cooking on a Budget courses have run
An indoor crèche with an outdoor play area
Meeting rooms for training and community events
Clinic rooms for easy contact with other professionals

saplings Our friendly staff will give a warm welcome to anybody who wishes to attend.

Stay and Play is run by the Saplings Children’s Centre, based in Delamere Drive, Stratton St Margaret, and it officially opened its doors on 10th May 2008.

Children Centre’s are service hubs where children under five years old and their families/carers can receive seamless integrated services and information. By 2010, every community will be served by a Sure Start Children’s Centre, offering permanent universal provision across the country, ensuring that every child gets the best start in life.

Saplings are able to offer the following services:

  • Support for parents/carers – including advice on parenting, local childcare options and access to specialist services for families.
  • Child and family health services – ranging from health screening, health visitor services to breast-feeding support.
  • Child and family health services, including ante-natal services
  • Parental outreach
  • Family support services
  • Support to childminders and a base for a childminder network
  • Support for children and parents/carers with special needs
  • Effective links with Jobcentre Plus to support parents/carers who wish to consider training or employment.
  • Appropriate support and outreach services to parents/carers and children who have been identified as in need of them
  • Information and advice to parents/carers on a range of subjects, including: local childcare, looking after babies and young children, local early years provision (childcare and early learning) education services for 3 &; 4 year olds and tax credits
  • Drop-in sessions and other activities for children, parents/carers at the centre and off site, such as South Marston Primary and Beechcroft Infants School.

Facilities at the Centre include:

  • A community kitchen where Healthy Eating and Cooking on a Budget courses have run
  • An indoor crèche with an outdoor play area
  • Meeting rooms for training and community events
  • Clinic rooms for easy contact with other professionals
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