Grantham, Belton Lane Children’s Centre term 5 timetable - Term 5 events at children's centres

Valid from
15 April 2024
Mondays

Time to play

Early Support and Learning Provision, providing opportunities for children with disabilities or complex medical needs to learn and explore through play independently, whilst providing a short break for their parent and carer.

For further information or to book a place please email: CWDLincolnshire@eyalliance.org.uk

Cost: free
Time: 9.30am
Duration: 3 hours


Little explorers 0 to 5 years, no session 13 May

A sensory play session encouraging children to explore a range of messy play activities such as water, sand, crafts, gloop and play dough.

Cost: free
Time: 1.30pm
Duration: 1 hour


Pop in and play 0 to 5 years, 13 May only

An opportunity for babies and children to pop in with their parents and carers to use the resources in the early years room in the centre. All we ask is that families clean and tidy the resources after use and the space is a safe and happy environment for all to enjoy.

Cost: free
Time: 1.30pm
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes


No sessions 6 May

Tuesdays

Pop in and play 0 to 5 years 

An opportunity for babies and children to pop in with their parents and carers to use the resources in the early years room in the centre. All we ask is that families clean and tidy the resources after use and the space is a safe and happy environment for all to enjoy.

Cost: free
Time: 10am
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes


Early voices under 1s 

Babies are born ready to communicate. This session will support these developing skills through songs and rhymes.

Cost: free
Time: 1pm
Duration: 45 minutes

Wednesdays

Moving on up! 0 to 5 years

This session offers a range of fun activities to support children developing their independence and social skills through play.

Cost: free
Time: 10am
Duration: 1 hour


Stay and play under 1s

Sessions will offer activities to encourage babies to grow and learn through treasure baskets, messy play, singing and sharing stories.

Cost: free
Time: 1pm
Duration: 1 hour

Thursdays

Pop in and play under 1s

An opportunity for babies and children to pop in with their parents and carers to use the resources in the early years room in the centre. All we ask is that families clean and tidy the resources after use and the space is a safe and happy environment for all to enjoy.

Cost: free
Time: 10am
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes


Baby massage - starting 18 April

This five-week course offers a chance for you and your baby to spend precious time bonding through massage whilst meeting other parents with babies to form friendships.

To book onto this session, email beltonlanecc@lincolnshire.gov.uk.

Cost: free
Time: 1pm
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Fridays

Early talkers 0 to 5 years

This session will support children to become confident communicators through songs, rhymes, exploring and sharing books.

Cost: free
Time: 1.30 pm
Duration: 45 minutes


Top tips for babies 3 to 4 months - 31 May

This session shares top tips from introducing solids, oral health, accident prevention and age-appropriate development.  It’s a great opportunity to meet new families and find out what local services are available for your family. 

Cost: free
Time: 10am
Duration: 1 hour

Saturdays
Other sessions and services

Borrow bags

Drop into any children’s centre to access the range of borrow bags. These include sensory bags, stories bags, treasure baskets and much more.


Free online sessions for parents and carer

Connect with other parents and carers via Zoom and learn about topics relevant to families and children aged 0 to 5. Share ideas in how to support children’s early education and each other. Visit the Family Corner website.


Grow your own confidence

Email admin@eshconsultancy.co.uk to find out more, or when the next course begins.


Adult skills and family learning

Learning opportunities for adult residents of Lincolnshire. Visit the Aspire website to find out about the courses available in your area.


Health and antenatal appointments

Available by appointment.


Solihull approach - free online courses for parents, grandparents, teens and carers

The courses provide support through all stages of bringing up children, from pregnancy and birth to caring for toddlers up to teenagers. They include specific courses for teenagers, and for parents and carers of children with additional needs. Parents’ courses can be accessed via the Solihull approach website.


Sleep workshop  

Gain information advice and practical strategies to support your child. Delivered on Microsoft Teams by experienced Family Health Workers. Call 01522 843000 to book your place.


Behaviour workshop   

Gain information advice and practical strategies to support your child. Delivered on Microsoft Teams by experienced Family Health Workers. Call 01522 843000 to book your place.


Toilet Skills Development Workshop   

Gain information advice and practical strategies to support your child. Delivered on Microsoft Teams by experienced Family Health Workers. Call 01522 843000 to book your place.


Don’t forget to look at nearby children centres to see if they have an activity you would like to attend: