What's on

In response to the coronavirus, our children's centre classes have been temporarily cancelled. To help, we've produced a short guide on activities to try at home and a timetable of videos being shared on the My Child Can facebook page.

View activities and video guides

The main Children’s Centre Hub in Wallasey is Seacombe Children’s Centre. Leasowe Children's Centre is an outreach venue.

Opening hours

  • Seacombe Children’s Centre is open 8:30am to 5:30pm
  • New Brighton Children's Centre opening times - please contact Seacombe Children's Centre on 0151 666 3506

Services

  • Stay and play sessions – We provide high quality stimulating and challenging activities for all ages and stages of development with in the 0-5 age group. The activities are based on child-initiated play both indoors and outdoors ran by school readiness workers. (please see what’s on guide)
  • Baby Massage - 6 weeks to 1 year. A 5-week course which can help babies with sleeping patterns, eating habits and all-round wellbeing
  • Baby Yoga -12 weeks to pre-mobile. A 4-week course which helps Mum to regain strength after birth and aids baby’s development
  • Baby Babble -  6 - 12 months. A 6-week course which aims to encourage, develop and support early language skills through songs, stories and activities.
  • Big Dish Little Dish -  For children aged 2 - 5 years this session provides parents with up-to-date information about nutrition, health and oral health. For parents and children to actively take part in making cheap and healthy meals.
  • Breast Feeding Support - Support from trained health professionals.
  • Parenting programmes - for more information call us on 0151 666 3506.
  • Practical parenting drop-in- Advice on parenting routines or just a chance to chat about your children’s development. Co-delivered with family workers and Health Visitors.
  • Child Health Clinic – Baby weighing and advice available from Health Visitors.
  • Foster Carers Drop-in – Open access to all mainstream foster carers.
  • Makaton signing for babies – A group for babies and children with Down Syndrome.
  • Wellcomm screenings – Need support with speech and language enquire about wellcomm screenings.
  • Childminder Drop-in - 0 to 5 years. Play sessions give childminders the opportunity to introduce children to many different types of play including creative, imaginative and messy play.
  • Sensory Room
  • Soft play
  • Outdoor play – An area which is richly resourced with exciting play materials and open ended resources.
  • Two, three and four year old funding – We can help you apply for funding. Family Support– Voluntary support from a Family Worker
  • Appointments available for welfare benefits, employment advice?
  • Volunteering opportunities