Galley Hill Children’s Centre
01442 502 762
Monday8.30am to 10am – 3.30pm to 5pm
Tuesday8.30am – 12noon
Wednesday8.30am to 10am – 3.30pm to 5pm
Thursday8.30am to 10am – 3.30pm to 5pm
Friday9am – 12noon
PLEASE NOTE: There is no parking for the Children’s Centre professionals or families within Galley Hill Primary and Nursery School, but there is free parking in some of the roads around the centre – if unsure please call the centre before arriving.
Galley Hill be open in the morning only on 22nd & 29th December, then closed until 1st January, reopening on 2nd January.
Browse our activity programme (PDF) and read descriptions of sessions from January to March 2018.
Browse our activity programme (PDF) and read descriptions of sessions from September to December 2017.
There are currently 1,060 children aged 0 – 5 years living in this area. In January 1970 we have 86% (913) of these children registered.
Group data: In total there are currently 2,443 children aged 0 – 5 years living in the Hemel West area. In September 2017 we have 94% (2288) of these children registered.
Our Target Priorities for Hemel West
- Increase antenatal provision and ensure that antenatal families are directed to appropriate signposting, services and support.
- Promote services for expectant parents and families with children under one, to ensure that they have a healthy start.
- Encourage more parents to get involved in making decisions about the Centre’s development and volunteering within the Centre and wider community.
Latest updates from Galley Hill Children’s Centre
- Healthy Children’s Centre accreditation
We have achieved the Healthy Children’s Centre accreditation for all of our Children’s Centres. Find out more
- Free childcare for your two year old
Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) have been working together to increase the take up of free early education for two year olds. One of the aims of the group was to have a new visual identity for the two year old scheme. The overwhelming choice was for a dinosaur, known as “Spike” within the team.
Could you be entitled to get free early education and childcare for you 3 and 4 year old?
Did you know that:
All 3 and 4 year olds can get 15 hours free early education (570 hours per year). This can be used with a school, childminder, day nursery, pre-school. In some cases, 3 and 4 year olds can get an extra 15 hours childcare (570 hours a year). This will depend on your circumstances.