COVID-19 Service Update -
We thought we would update you on how we are continuing to support our local communities across the city.
The Children’s Centres remain open and we will continue to support families, if assessed as safe in the family’s home. Alternatively one to one support in our Covid Secure buildings can be arranged or telephone/on line support. All buildings have a risk assessment in place and if you do come into a Centre you will be asked to -
- socially distance
- wear a face mask when in the building
- sanitise your hands
We continue to offer a whole range of information and support around -
- play activities
- boundaries and behaviour
The Centres will be offering a range of online sessions and there is already a fantastic range of play, education, health, accident prevention advice and mindfulness for children and on all our Facebook pages. Most staff are working from home as per the government guidance but we will ensure that a family support worker calls you back, if they are not in the office and support is offered as needed.
The Us Mums team are offering a wide range of exercise classes and healthy eating ideas via social media
Fareshare collections are continuing (check with your local centre first), details of which are below.
Families can also access the Solihull online parenting guides for free, just enter the code FREEDOM when you log in.
Midwifery clinics running out of the Children’s Centres in Hull will continue as normal but if you have any queries around your midwifery care, please contact the community office at Hull Women and Children’s Hospital.
Birth registrations will continue to be offered in the children’s centres also, and you can book your appointment by access the link below -
If you want advice from your health visitor, their duty team can be contacted 01482 344301. Pre booked clinic appointments will continue and for further details please contact your local team on the above number or access their website link below -
We understand that this can be a particularly challenging time for us all, and especially parents, however please get in touch via your local centre at any time for support .
If you want to give your child the best possible start in life, there are a wide range of services at our children's centres across Hull that can help.
Our children's centres offer a number of services for you and your child including -
- playgroups, activities and events
- health advice
- jobs, training and benefits advice for parents
- projects and activities just for dads
- parenting courses such as Family Links Nurturing, HENRY, Incredible Years
- one to one family support
- home safety information and advice
- Us Mums exercise sessions for pregnancy and the postnatal period
- Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) support
Your Children's Centre
Some of our Children's Centres are grouped in to clusters based on their location and size working together to provide the best support and opportunities for you and your child. Some of our children's centres are ran by external organisations on our behalf.
On each Facebook page you can find out about -
- timetabled activities
- location and contact details
The links to each cluster site Facebook page are listed below.
The Acorns cluster includes Ings and Longhill Children's Centres.
The Lemon Tree cluster includes Bude and Dorchester Children's Centres.
The Marfleet cluster includes Mersey and Estcourt Children's Centres.
The Priory cluster includes Ainthorpe and Windmill Children's Centres.
The Parks cluster includes McMillan Children's Centre.
The children's centres below are run by voluntary organisations.
The Fenchurch cluster includes Octogon, Bricknell and Marvel House Children's Centres and are delivered by The Goodwin Development Trust.
Little Stars Children's Centre is delivered by Child Dynamix.
The Rainbow Centre is delivered by Pickering and Newington Development Association (PANDA).