Stay & Play, Harmondsworth
Mondays 10:00-11:30am, term time only
St Mary's Church hall, High Street, Harmondsworth (follow path round to the right of the church for the hall)
For more information contact Cherry Lane Children's Centre who run the session, on 01895 671 984.
Step By Step, Sipson
Thursdays 9:30-11:30, during term time only
Sipson Community Centre, Sipson Way
For more information contact Dianne at Bell Farm Christian Centre, who run the session on 01895 444 406/ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harmondsworth Community Centre
Monday 7.30 - 8.30pm - Wednesday 7.30 - 8:00pm
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1st Harmondsworth Scout Group
Harmondsworth Community Centre, School Road
Beavers Scouts (ages 6-8) - Club Scouts (ages 8-10 ½) - Scouts (ages 10 ½ - 14)
Explorer Scouts (ages 14-18) - Brownies
Contact Janet on 01895 434 536/ email@example.com for more information.
Please note due to building works at the Scout Hut itself, the groups may not be able to take new members - contact us for an update.
Sipson Recreation Ground, Sipson Way
Street Soccer - children’s open access football, Mondays 5:30 - 7:30
Leagues - children’s football for all ages Saturdays and Sundays
Contact Brendan Rossiter on 07599 187231 for more information.
Cherry Lane Children's Centre, Com Café and Bell Farm Christian Centre also offer sessions nearby in West Drayton.
Pinkwell Children's Centre is located on Pinkwell Lane, Hayes, UB3 1PG. Good for parents with a child under the age of 5. Services offered include: Stay and Play Sessions, Toy Library, Family Support, Ante Natal Classes, Breastfeeding Support, Dads Group and much more. To view a timetable, visit http://www.pinkwellschool.co.uk or http://www.hillingdon.gov.uk. Contact Perveen Masih on 0208 573 0626 for more info.
www.under5s.co.uk Ideas for arts/crafts, free worksheets for pre-school children, events and festivals, web resources etc.
www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies Lots of interactive games, stories and activities. All of which feature a whole host of the BBC's favourite characters.
www.funbrain.com Dozens of educational games in maths, music, English and science for KS1 and 2 pupils.
www.learntolearn.org Ideas on how your child can become a more effective learner.
www.show.me.uk Features online projects, games and activities produced by UK museums and galleries for children aged between 4 and 11, including fun things to do and tips for parents and teachers.
www.enchantedlearning.com Crafts and activities. Art colouring pages, quizzes, homework help and also interactive activities.
www.hhmi.org/coolscience Helps children appreciate science. It is fun, practical and realistic. Ideal for all aged children.
www.kidsfarm.com About people that live and work on a ranch in Colorado. Also spelling, puzzles, colouring books and games.
www.akidsheart.com Play and learn with free resources for children and their teachers.
www.zanyfun.com Interactive, online, enjoyment-focused, fun centre for children. Allows children to enjoy their computer time while learning information and skills that they will carry and use throughout their life.
http://libraries.hillingdon.org/kidsweb Fun website with lots of activities, games and competitions for children. Recommending their 'Raving Reads' of books and cool websites to visit, they also have details of Homework Clubs in local libraries, as well as comprehensive What's On guide for libraries in Hillingdon.
www.nishamehndi.co.uk Henna training for children and adults. Also offers multi activities, arts and crafts.
www.standards.dfes.gov.uk Setting the standards for Learning, Development and Care from birth to five.
Useful Information for parents
www.4you.org.uk Provides useful info about services and activities for children and young people in Hillingdon.
www.hillingdon.gov.uk/fis Advice and support for families including information on childcare options and advice around help with childcare costs.
Websites for Mums
www.netmums.com/hillingdon Dedicated website for Hillingdon Mums.
www.apri.org Association for Post-natal illness is a national network of volunteers offering support to women suffering post-natal depression.
www.hillingdonwomenscentre.org.uk Aims to empower all women by offering advice and information on a wide range of issues affecting women in a safe and welcoming environment.
Websites for Dads
www.fatherhoodinstitute.org New charity funded by the Home Office, offering expertise to lone fathers bringing up children.
www.homedad.org.uk Website run by and for stay at home dads. Offers chat rooms for fathers, info and support and the opportunity for home dads to share their experiences.
Lone Parent Websites
www.gingerbread.org.uk Gingerbread offers help and support to lone parents through over 100 local groups.
Special Needs & Disabilities
www.dfes.gov.uk/sen Special needs website offers info on special educational needs.
www.hillingdonparentscarersforum.org.uk A website run by parents for parents.
www.bbc.co.uk/education/schools/digger This is a fun way for you and you child aged 5-11 to find out more ideas about the National Curriculum.
www.rif.org.uk Literacy website offers lots of book review and competitions for kids plus tips for parents on reading and choosing books for your child.