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What is a Children's Centre?
The aim of a Children's Centre is to improve the outcomes for young children and their families, and reduce inequalities, by supporting and helping families with;
Child development and school readiness - supporting communication, behavioural, emotional and social and physical development, through all stages of development from pre-birth to age 5, so children develop as confident and curious learners, able to benefit from the transition to school.
Parenting aspirations and parenting skills - building on strengths and supporting aspirations, so that parents and carers are able to give their child the best start in life.
Child and family health and life chances - promoting good physical and mental health for both children and their family; safeguarding; supporting parents to improve the skills that enable them to access education, training and employment; and addressing risk factors so that children and their families are safe.
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