Children’s Centre Partners

We have worked in over 50 Children’s Centres. This has allowed us to work closely with teams, supporting their work, developing new projects and training staff. The Centres listed below are now part of long term projects to develop new ways of supporting parents.

Altmore Children’s Centre, Newham
We have worked in partnership for over four years with Altmore. As well as delivering Take three days and GRoW here, Liz Sewell sits on the Advisory Group and we supported the Centre to achieve its Outstanding Ofsted report.

Clyde Children’s Centre, Lewisham
We regularly deliver GRoW and Take three days programme with Clyde. Their facilities and creche have been a really positive venue for some life-changing programmes, with people leaving the course and walking in to jobs.

Evelyn Children’s Centre, Lewisham
We now have a permanent base here to develop our JCP FSF funded project to help parents back to work.  

Masbro Children’s Centre, Hammersmith
Over the last five years we have developed and trialled new programmes with Masbro. Our two big success stories are the Take one day programme and the Parent’s Job Club that both started here.

Nestles Road Children’s Centre, Hillingdon
A new addition, this year – exciting times working on the Hillingdon Trust funded collaboration between Belina, two Centres and Women Like Us.

Sheringham Children’s Centre, Newham
The team at Sheringham have worked to with us to provide excellent services to parents, and to build the local childminding network 

Uxbridge College Children’s Centre, Hillingdon
One of our new hubs –  we will be working with the team to provide ongoing support to their parents.

See also our Employability Partners

 

 

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