Due to the advice on social distancing and staying at home, all children’s centre group activities have been put on hold. Some services such as seeing a midwife will still carry on, you will contacted by our health partners to advise if this will be face to face or via phone .
Therefore, most of our children’s centres centres (not all) will be operating with reduced staffing.
We are looking at ways to support families remotely. Our plan is that over the next couple of weeks we aim to make contact either by phone or email with all families who were regularly attending children’s centre sessions just to say hello and see if we can give you any information or advice that can help.
We will be sharing important information and keeping you up-to-date with developments on our Family Information Service facebook page as well as tips and advice on how to stay well, keep active and keep your children busy during these difficult times.
Please follow our page and invite your friends and family to follow it. www.facebook.com/EalingFIS
The Family Information Service is available to answer questions, especially about childcare arrangements and supporting key / critical workers and to give advice and guidance wherever possible.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance or call 020 8825 5588 (Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm).
At Havelock Children's Centre we serve the community of South Southall with a range of varied activities for both children and families. We work alongside a number of professionals who help us to ensure we meet the needs of the community whilst empowering local families in their everyday lives. We believe that young children are competent and capable learners who thrive in a challenging environment that can stimulate their enquiring minds. Havelock Children's Centre is a place for children and families to feel at home and to be themselves, a place where they can be happy, healthy and safe.
If you would like more information about activities available at our centre please download our timetable, give us a call or drop by and see us.
Look and Listen
“Look and Listen” is a play-based group for children under 5 with attention and social interaction difficulties (i.e. difficulties with: eye contact, playing with peers, understanding what is happening around them, focusing on activities).
The group is run by Speech and Language Therapists and/or Early Years Practitioners.