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Welcome to our Children’s Centre. We hope you find this website useful and that you contact us if you require any further information.

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New CBCC Summer Fun 2023 Group Timetable Available to Download

New CBCC Summer Fun 2023 Group Timetable Available to Download

Our Summer Fun timetable is now live, featuring groups and sessions across all six central Bristol Children’s Centres and beyond. CBCC - Summer 2023 TimetableDownload You'll always find the latest information about upcoming groups and sessions on the Timetable page on...

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Remove your little one’s outdoor clothing as soon as you get inside. Overheating has been linked to an increase in sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) so it’s important to take off hats and coats, etc. ... See MoreSee Less

Remove your little one’s outdoor clothing as soon as you get inside. Overheating has been linked to an increase in sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) so it’s important to take off hats and coats, etc.

In the first 5 years of your child's life their brain develops faster than at any other time. Make the most of every moment by making eye contact, chatting and engaging with what they're interested in.

www.nhs.uk/start-for-life/baby/baby-moves/

www.nhs.uk/start-for-life/toddler/activities-for-toddlers/
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There are many youth clubs, social activities and groups in and around Bristol for young people with Autism and/or learning difficulties.
Check out this list and drop more that you might know in the comments➡️ buff.ly/3DukFoh
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There are many youth clubs, social activities and groups in and around Bristol for young people with Autism and/or learning difficulties. 
Check out this list and drop more that you might know in the comments➡️ https://buff.ly/3DukFoh

📢Children's Centres provide a range of early years and childcare services. Register online for a children's centre place, and find out more about your local centre.📢

www.bristol.gov.uk/residents/schools-learning-and-early-years/early-years-and-childcare/find-a-ch...
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Dear parent or carer, You are invited to take part in a short survey to share your views on family hubs. Family hubs provide a range of support and activities for families in your local area, such as infant feeding support, youth services, and mental health support.

By entering the survey, you will be entered into a prize draw to be in with a chance of winning a £100 shopping voucher.

About the survey

A team of researchers from Ecorys UK, Ipsos and Sheffield Hallam University are doing a national research project on family hubs. They want to learn what helps and what could be better for families, just like yours.

Taking part

Here is the survey link: online.ipsosinteractive.com/mriweb/mriweb.dll?i.project=S24000393&id=&i.User2=LA5

The survey is open from Monday 15th January until Sunday 18th February 2024.

It only takes 10 minutes to complete and asks about:

· What help/support your family has had

· What help/support your family still needs

· Your feedback about the help / support you’ve had

· You and your family life

· If you’d be willing to discuss your experiences more with a researcher

It is up to you whether you take part. You can stop taking part at any time.

How the information will be used

Your responses will only be seen by the research team and used for research purposes. The answers will be anonymised, meaning you won’t be named or identifiable in the results. They will be used to help your local family hub and the government understand more about family hubs services, families’ experiences, and how to improve support for families.

Questions

If you have any questions about the survey or evaluation, please contact TF2evaluation@ecorys.com

Thank you in advance for taking part.
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Dear parent or carer, You are invited to take part in a short survey to share your views on family hubs. Family hubs provide a range of support and activities for families in your local area, such as infant feeding support, youth services, and mental health support.

By entering the survey, you will be entered into a prize draw to be in with a chance of winning a £100 shopping voucher.

About the survey

A team of researchers from Ecorys UK, Ipsos and Sheffield Hallam University are doing a national research project on family hubs. They want to learn what helps and what could be better for families, just like yours.

Taking part

Here is the survey link: https://online.ipsosinteractive.com/mriweb/mriweb.dll?i.project=S24000393&id=&i.User2=LA5

The survey is open from Monday 15th January until Sunday 18th February 2024.

It only takes 10 minutes to complete and asks about:

· What help/support your family has had

· What help/support your family still needs

· Your feedback about the help / support you’ve had

· You and your family life

· If you’d be willing to discuss your experiences more with a researcher

It is up to you whether you take part. You can stop taking part at any time.

How the information will be used

Your responses will only be seen by the research team and used for research purposes. The answers will be anonymised, meaning you won’t be named or identifiable in the results. They will be used to help your local family hub and the government understand more about family hubs services, families’ experiences, and how to improve support for families.

Questions

If you have any questions about the survey or evaluation, please contact TF2evaluation@ecorys.com

Thank you in advance for taking part.

Welcome to Central Bristol Children’s Centres

Welcome to our Children’s Centre. We hope you find this website useful and that you contact us if you require any further information.

What do we do?

Being a parent is one of the most rewarding and challenging role in life. We all hope that children can be supported from birth to:

  • Feel good about themselves
  • Know they are heard and loved
  • Develop and learn
Central Bristol Childrens Centres
Central Bristol Childrens Centres

About Central Bristol Children’s Centres

We want them to be able to equip themselves with the life skills they need to grow up happy, healthy and successful – but sometimes this responsibility can feel quite overwhelming as a parent. We believe that all children and families have a right to access our services and be welcomed as equal partners. At Central Bristol Children’s Centre, we aim to build open and trusting relationships with families and we recognise that everyone comes to our centres with a journey to share, from which we can all learn. We understand that this personal history needs to be voiced and listened too and that this cannot happen without space and time. We recognise that you know your child better than anyone and that you want what is best for your child.

Groups, Activities and Events

There’s always something happening at Central Bristol Children’s Centres. Check out our timetable of regular, weekly, groups and see our special events and activities.

Central Bristol Childrens Centres