Who we are
Opened in 2007 the Children's Centre is conveniently located on Green Lane opposite Loseley Fields Primary School. Occupying a former school building the Centre has a range of facilities and offers a wide range of services to support families and their children's development.
The Centre also has an Outreach Team who are able to visit families in your own homes to discuss their needs and support them in all aspects of the care and education of your children.
The Children's Centre brings together local health visitors, paediatric specialists, speech and language development officers, school and CAHMS nurses and local community and voluntary groups.
We aim to offer a service that can equip families to ensure their children are receiving the very best of local health and childcare services. We provide a great advice and information service.
So why not call in and see us, or call 01483 419325 and find out how Loseley Fields Children's Centre can help you and your children.
- A safe and secure place where parents/carers and children can meet others
- Play opportunities that promote children’s learning
- Activities that encourage healthy lifestyles
- Information on the Early Years Foundation Stage and Child Development
- Ideas to promote the role of parent/carer as a child’s first ‘teacher’
- Signposting to groups, events and services in our local community
Changes to childrens centres in Surrey – Update
As you may know there will be changes this year to children’s centres and how Surrey County Council supports families.
The new approach will involve Surrey County Council focusing its resources on helping the families most in need of support, which means that some of the existing children’s centres will close and others will become Family Centres. Surrey County Council will no longer provide universal services for all families at Family Centres but other organisations, such as health visitors, may offer these at the centres and at other community venues.
You can use the Family Information Directory to find universal and other services, support groups, activities, events and more.
The changes will take place at different times across Surrey’s 11 districts and boroughs, so to make sure families can find out what is happening in their area the district and borough pages on the Family Information Service website will be regularly updated from April. They will provide information about when current activities offered at children’s centres will close and where Family Centres will open.
In addition there is a new page on the website which provides information about the final proposals that were agreed by Surrey County Council’s Cabinet. This also has a link to the results of the consultation that was undertaken to get views and suggestions on the draft proposals.
This is your children’s centre so if you have any ideas on how to develop the services still further or you require advice and information then please contact via email or call into the centre.