Shenley Village Children’s Centre
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01707 850 566 / 01707 658 547
Opening times during the summer holidays
Furzefield Children’s Centre open 9 – 1pm
Shenley Children’s Centre open 1 – 5pm
PB1 Children’s Centre open 9 – 4pm
Furzefield Children’s Centre 1-5pm
Furzefield Children’s Centre 9 – 1pm
PB1 Children’s Centre 9 – 4pm
Furzefield Children’s Centre 9 – 4pm
PB1 Children’s Centre 9 – 4pm
* Health clinic every Monday 2-3pm
** Please join us at Shenley Chapel for Stay & Play 10 – 11.30am
*** Office closed 10-11am but please meet us at Stroller Strength in Shenley Park 10-11am
When the Children’s Centre is not open please call Furzefield Children’s Centre on 01707 850 566.
Browse our activity programme (PDF) and read descriptions of sessions for 31 July – 25 August 2017.
Browse our activity programme (PDF) and read descriptions of sessions for September – December 2017.
Our Target Priorities for Hertsmere East
- Support families, who are eligible, to access 2 year old funding and other Children’s Centre services and record the impact it makes on their development.
- Encourage all families particularly those with babies to access Children’s Centre services, including those who are not currently accessing services
- Encourage more parents to get involved in making decisions about the Centre’s development.
There are currently 380 children aged 0 – 5 years living in this area. In July 2017 we have 74% (282) of these children registered.
Group data: In total there are currently 1,295 children aged 0 – 5 years living in the Hertsmere East area. In July 2017 we have 93% (1198) of these children registered.
Latest updates from Shenley 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?
- We Moves, She Moves Newsletter
Welcome to the June We Move, She Moves newsletter and a big warm welcome to all our new ‘movers’! This month we have some exciting events and new courses for you to be involved in from Swimming to Yoga, running to Boogie Bounce Xtreme, Trampolining to Clubbercise and many more. Read more below…
- Herts Mind Network
Herts Mind Network is a well-being focused organisation which aims to help people improve their overall quality of life, experiences at work and grow as individuals.
They offer a range of diverse services which include:
- One-One Solution Focused Peer Support
- Vocational Advice
- Housing Advice
- Personal Development Courses
- Support Groups Such as: Anxiety management, confidence building, relaxation, mindfulness and anger management
Courses will take place over a 6 week period and there is a £10 charge per person for the course.
Please speak to Children Centre staff for more information or contact Herts Mind Network directly on 02037 273600 or email@example.com
- Furzefield Leisure centre crèche!
Why not try out the Furzefield Leisure centre crèche! It may be the first time you have left your child in the care of another person and it could be a chance for you and your child to experience this before they start attending nursery or school. The crèche offers a range of play activities for your child while you go and have a drink downstairs in the leisure centre café or pop into the children’s centre for support or information. Please speak to the Furzefield Leisure Centre reception for more information. The crèche is only open during Term Time.
- OFSTED Report 2014
Many thanks you to all parents who helped make it a successful inspection. Click below to read the report in full: