BABY & TODDLER GROUP

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WHO ARE WE?

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WHEN WE MEET

WHAT WE OFFER

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ONLINE PARENT SUPPORT

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WHEN WE MEET

This group was set up in October 2013 by members of the church.

Monday’s & Wednesday’s by pre-booking system.

Times: One long session from 9.45 to 11.15.

We offer a snack for children, coffee/tea for adults.

We limit our numbers to 15 adults in the upstairs halls.

On Monday’s we have a separate baby group downstairs for 6 babies 


We ask parents/ carers to.....

  • Please arrive by 10am if possible 

  • Book one session per week 

  • Wear a mask 

  • Sanitise on arrival 

  • Sign track and trace form 


Prebooking a place is essential: Install the app TeamReach (http://teamreach.com/) 


Enter code: SMPGER21

Book a slot via the calendar.


Looking forward to seeing you!

Lynda, Alison & the team 


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All are welcome!

 

WHO ARE WE?

This group was set up in October 2013 by members of the church.


It is our mission to reach the wider community of young families living in the vicinity of St Margaret’s Episcopal Church. We see ourselves as like a ‘family of friends‘ sharing life together and supporting one another through a listening ear and in practical ways.


The group is run by members of the church, supported by a committee which includes parent representation. St Margaret’s church oversees our remit, and we are funded by the church, external grants and donations from members.


We are organisational members of ‘Early Years Scotland’ with whom we have insurance cover for public liability.

All are welcome!


Joint Managers: Lynda Anderson & Alison Cuddeford
Contact us on 07711 345480

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WHAT WE OFFER

  • Interesting ,educational play for babies and children up to 3 years

  • A wide range of play resources and activities, led by experienced volunteers and a qualified PlayWorker

  • A safe environment for children to learn social skills and the principle of sharing

  • Support for parents and carers

  • An attentive listening ear

  • Sharing ideas about parenting and life circumstances

  • A space where children gain self confidence through interaction with their peer group and adults

  • Learning English for those where this is not their first language , as well as basic words of other languages too

  • Learning action nursery rhymes and singing fun songs

  • Developing friendships that continue outwith the group

  • A safe hygiene-aware environment with resources to meet Government requirements

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ONLINE PARENT SUPPORT

In March 2020 we initiated an online private support group, where we post videos of age-appropriate storytelling, Songtime and a craft activity of the week, as well as interesting articles and information about parenting issues and events.


Our group page is on Facebook and is run by the managers of the group and our playworker. You may join by sending us a request.


It is open to people with young families locally, as well as others who connect around the world! We are multi-national and non-political, of all faiths and none.

with resources to meet Government requirements

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