Moulsecoomb, Bevendean, City View and Fairlight Children's Centres
Find out about what we offer and what activities you can do at our children's centre.
Moulsecoomb Children's Centre
Moulsecoomb Children's Centre,
- telephone: children's centre reception 01273 294040, 0-19 healthy child programme team: 01273 666483
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Moulsecoomb Children's Centre offers services for families and carers with children under 5 to all areas of Moulsecoomb, Bates Estate, Bevendean, Meadowview, Pankhurst, Elm Grove, Coldean, and Sussex and Brighton University sites.
The 0-19 healthy child programme team is made up of health visitors, school nurses, early years educators, community nursery nurses, volunteer skills development coordinator and group support workers. The team works with families, individuals and groups in the home and in the centres.
Bevendean Children's Centre
Bevendean Primary, Heath Hill Avenue, Brighton, BN2 4JP. Telephone: 01273 294040
City View Children's Centre
Brighton General Hospital, Elm Grove, BN2 3EW. Telephone: 01273 294040
Fairlight Children's Centre
Fairlight Primary and Nursery, St Leonard's Road, Brighton BN2 3AJ. Telephone: 01273 294040
Jump Start Nursery is based in Moulsecoomb Children's Centre and works in partnership with the team.
Some of these are drop-in sessions and others are by appointment or referral. All groups are shown on the activity diary for Moulsecoomb, City View and Fairlight (PDF 307KB). Please contact the children's centre if you would like a copy sent to you.
Healthy child clinics
Health visitors hold a drop-in healthy child clinic and group for children under 5.
Moulsecoomb CC: Tuesday, 10.30am to 12noon (from 05.11.2019)
Please note that from 8th February 2018, there is no longer a Healthy Child Clinic delivered at City View CC
Volunteers, training and centre news
The centre has an advisory group that supports and guides the services offered. Local parents are involved in these meetings. Please contact the children's centre manager or volunteer skills development coordinator for details.
Volunteer opportunities are available. Full support and guidance is given by children's centre staff. A disclosure and barring service (DBS), previously the criminal records bureau (CRB), and other checks are carried out by the council. Please contact the centre if you would like more information about volunteering within the children's centre.
The Ofsted report for Moulsecoomb Children's Centre can found on the Ofsted web site.