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Haselbridge Children's Centre
Meet other families and get the help you need to support your child in their early years.
Through stay-and-play sessions, your child will learn in a fun environment.
Our experienced team is on hand to give you all the support you need as a parent with a range of groups, classes and activities.
There's antenatal classes for expecting parents and postnatal and breastfeeding support for new mums.
We'll also help you pick up new skills with our parenting classes.
And if you're looking to get back into work, why not join our regular Job Centre Plus sessions?
Among the services available at the centre, you'll find:
- Baby clinic
- Breastfeeding support
- Antenatal support groups
- Postnatal support groups
- Stay-and-play sessions
- Parenting support
- Childminder support group
- Young parents' support
Please register your interest for our upcoming activities
Find out about what's on at the Haven Children's centre
School Governor's update April 2012
Volunteer with us
Please take a look at our volunteering opportunities in the Gosport area, the benefits include
- gaining experience of working with children and families
- developing communication skills
- improving your confidence
- getting to meet lots of new people in your local area
- being part of our friendly team!
Find out more here: Gosport volunteering opportunities
As part of overall health and wellbeing, it is important that children maintain a healthy weight. Currently, one in five Hampshire children in Year R are categorised as either overweight or obese. Learn more about the Hampshire Healthy Weights Strategy and the work which underpins it by visiting the website below.
Wessex Healthier Together - Parent Consultation
Your Opinion Counts
When your child is suffering from one of the common childhood illnesses eg a fever, rattly chest, runny nose, diarrhoea & vomiting, rash, urine infection; we would like to know what health services you use and how you think they could be improved.
Sometimes it is confusing to understand which services to use and when, and sometimes parents may choose to visit their A&E department or call 999 for an ambulance – when actually, if more local services were available, their child could have been looked after in the comfort of their own home.
The Wessex Healthier Together project has been set up to review how urgent paediatric care could be better delivered to children (aged under 5years) in Hampshire, Dorset & Wiltshire areas; and part of the process is to listen to the views of parents and carers.
Your thoughts are very important and we would be grateful if you could take 5mins to complete the survey for Parent/Carer/Guardians at: http://www.healthiertogetherwessex.nhs.uk/surveys/
Haselworth Primary School