Services for 0-5s

The first years of a child’s life are the most formative, and we provide a range of activities for children and their parents from the very beginning to the point at which they’re starting school. These run from Belsize Community Library and other locations across the area. Whether a craft or storytelling session for a child or a business or photography workshop for parents, there’s a lot going on.

 

Contact:

Page Victor

Age:

0-4 years old

When:

10:30-12:30 every Wednesday morning

Location:

21 Winchester Road

Description:

A warm, welcoming, safe environment where mums have the opportunity to feel part of a community, share experiences and form friendships.

Additional Information: A project designed to work with isolated parents, primarily mothers, with the intention of supporting them in giving their babies the best possible start. Parents have the chance to talk about whatever is on their mind, everything from sleep and weaning to issues with partners.

Contact:

Lucy Telfer

Age:

0-4 years old

When:

11am every Tuesday

Location:

Belsize Community Library

Description:

Singing nursery rhymes with parents and young children in English.

Additional information: Rhyme Time sessions are very popular and as a result it may not be possible to accommodate a buggy inside the library.

Contact:

Lucy Telfer

Age:

0-4 years old

When:

4.15pm every Tuesday

Location:

Belsize Community Library

Description:

Singing nursery rhymes with parents and young children in Spanish.

Additional information: On sunny days these sessions usually happen in the park opposite.

Contact:

Lucy Telfer

Age:

0-4 years old

When:

11am every Wednesday

Location:

Belsize Community Library

Description:

Singing nursery rhymes with parents and young children in French.