Streatham Hub Children's Centre and Nursery
Support for Streatham Families
Streatham Hub Children’s Centre and Nursery aim is to be a community resource and an integral part of the regeneration of the Streatham Hub area. We believe that children and families, community development and partnership working are keystones in enhancing the quality of people’s lives.
This exciting regeneration will comprise a number of local amenities at whose centre is Streatham Hub Children's Centre and Nursery. There will be a new Leisure Centre including a 6-lane swimming pool, a full-size 1000-seat ice rink and a health and fitness suite - a Tesco supermarket - 250 new homes, including a mix of private, shared-ownership and affordable housing - a new bus interchange for Transport for London - underground car parking serving the leisure centre, the residential apartments and supermarket – and landscaped surrounding for the Grade 2 listed United Reformed Church.
Under Two’s Unit Open!!
For your children’s well-rounded holistic development come to Streatham Hub Nursery where your children will thrive within a secure, loving and inclusive environment with friendly, well vetted and qualified staff who will support your children’s holistic development and support them to achieve their full potential.
We do this at Streatham Hub Nursery by offering a variety and plenty of stimulating and challenging but age-appropriate activities for all areas of your children’s learning through the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, which is the Statutory Curriculum for under 5 years of age children. These include the following areas of development; Personal, Social and Emotional development, Communication, Language and Literacy; Physical development, Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy; Knowledge and Understanding of the World and Creative Development.
Our knowledgeable staff team understand the value of play and how it helps children to learn. We listen to children, provide play opportunities, organise materials and equipment, and make suggestions to extend children’s play opportunities. The role of parents is promoted as that of an equal partner working together to find the best way forward for each individual child.
Come and pay us a visit and we will explain how the above curriculum works in practice at the nursery and watch our children learn through play.
Our comprehensive provision changes to meet local needs but includes:
- parent/carer child care and “drop in” session
- Childminder support
- Family and parenting support and advice
- Family health advice
- Job Centre Plus links and services
- Learning and training opportunities
- Activities to raise community awareness
- Consultation and information sharing on services
- Signposting to other services.