Radlett Link at Radlett Library
1 Aldenham Avenue
01727 828 218
Monday9.30am – 12.30pm
TuesdayIn the community
WednesdayIn the community
ThursdayIn the community
FridayIn the community
WHERE YOU CAN FIND US
We run several sessions in the Radlett community over the week:
Mondays – we are based at Radlett library from 9.30am-12.30pm and run a Story Sacks at the library from 10.30am-11am.
Wednesdays – we attend and support the Child Health Clinic at the Phillimore Centre from 9.30am-11am.
Fridays – we run a Stay and Play at the Phillimore Centre from 10am-11.30am.
We are also available Monday to Thursday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm and Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm on 01727 828 218 698 for advice or support on our services.
Browse our activity programme (PDF) and read descriptions of sessions from September to December 2017.
Browse our activity programme (PDF) and read descriptions of sessions from January to April 2018.
There are currently 536 children aged 0 – 5 years living in this area. In January 1970 we have 81% (432) of these children registered.
Group data: In total there are currently 1,983 children aged 0 – 5 years living in the St Albans South area. In September 2017 we have 84% (1666) of these children registered.
Our Target Priorities for St Albans South
- Continue to support families who are eligible to access 2 year old funding and other Children’s Centre service.
- In partnership with local Early Years Settings, support children to be ready to start school in order that they reach their potential by the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
- To continue to work with local partner organisations to shape the future of the St Albans South Children’s Centre Group.
Latest updates from Radlett Link 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.