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Children's Centres provide support to families with children and young adults 0-19 years (up to 25 years if they have special education needs or disabilities).

They offer family support, early learning , information and advice on health, parenting, money and benefits, education and school readiness. 

There are lots of free services and activities at your local children's centre.



Where is my Local Children's Centre

Find out here where your local children's centre is and what facilities and activities are available.

Oldbury

Rowley

 Smethwick

 Tipton

Wednesbury

 West Bromwich

Smethwick and Oldbury Children's Centres

Play Talk Read in Smethwick and Oldbury

These sessions are for families who have not accessed a PTR session in the last 12 months.


To book or get more information call:

Cape Hill Children's Centre 0121 555 6756

Burnt Tree Children's Centre 0121 557 0740

Wednesbury and West Bromwich Children's Centres

Play Talk Read  in West Bromwich and Wednesbury

These sessions are for families who have not accessed a PTR session in the last 12 months.


To book or get more information call:

Hillside Children's Centre 0121 588 5431

Friar Park Children's Centre 0121 556 5405

Greets Green Children's Centre 0121 500 4011

Play Talk Read June and July 2022

Tipton and Rowley Children's Centres

Activities, events and sessions run by Tipton and Rowley Children's Centre.

Rowley and Tipton Timetable

Rowley and Tipton timetable Apr-July 2022

What does the Children's Centre offer?

Children's centres are the delivery mechanism for the Family Offer in Sandwell.  Their aim is to deliver better outcomes for children and families. 

They also provide co-ordinated support to children, young people and families with additional needs to prevent their problems from escalating.

The Family Offer

  • An information point for local parents about services in the area and in the borough as a whole
  • A support service for children and young people diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families (and support prior to confirmed diagnosis)
  • Early Years services working with parents to develop their understanding of how young children learn and develop so that their children are ready for school.
  • A family support service for children, young people and their families.
  • An antenatal education programme
  • A health promotion role linking with all other elements of the Offer e.g. breastfeeding, healthy eating, smoking cessation, immunisations, oral health, etc
  • Support to parents to access education and training as steps towards employment
  • In addition childcare services offering early learning for twos and nursery education fund are available in the majority of children’s centres across the borough

Children’s Centres are based in each of the six towns in Sandwell (with two core children’s centres in West Bromwich).