We are passionate about supporting you to give your child every opportunity to
develop and become ready for school. Our new Early Years Integrated Pathway
provides opportunities for your child to engage with us to ensure they have the
best start in life. Below are the activities that we deliver to support with this:-
Get Ready for Nursery
These sessions will prepare children for starting school nursery. They aim to
provide pre-school children with learning opportunities essential to starting school
Let's Play Together
An opportunity for parents and children to play together. These sessions aim to
raise awareness with parents about how their child is developing, growing and communicating and the importance of parents providing stimulating play
opportunities for their child.
An opportunity for parents and children to play together and meet other families
from the local community. Activities available for babies and young children to
play, explore and learn.
These sessions support vulnerable families. babies and children are cared for in a
warm stimulating environment by qualified and experienced early year's
practitioners. Sessions will provide planned activities which will meet the individual
needs of children and support their learning and development. Allocated places will
be reviewed every 12 weeks and is time limited.
Wriggle, Read and Rhyme (with Bookstart)
These sessions are for parents/carers to attend with their child. These sessions aim
to promote early communication, language and literacy development and
increase awareness of parents in relation to the home learning environment by regularly sharing stories, books and rhymes.
11/10/2017 14:20:13** See your local areas Activity Planner for times and venues or ask a member of
staff for further details **
East Cleveland Area (covering - Loftus, Carlin How, Brotton, Skelton, Saltburn, Guisborough, Lingdale and Lockwood)Return to: ABOUT SURE START
Greater Eston Area (covering - Grangetown, South Bank, Ormesby, Normanby and Eston)
Redcar Area (covering - Dormanstown, Marske and Redcar)