COVID-19 - check out the latest information for parents and children - including advice for parents and carers on how to stay healthy at home, as well as useful resources for remote learning. 
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Children’s Centres

Important COVID-19 (coronavirus) information

The latest government guidance on Coronavirus is very clear: Stay At Home. This will protect the NHS and help to save lives.

In light of this guidance, all group activities and most health services, in children’s centres have now stopped. We will be delivering our children’s centre services in a different way from now on.

With the exception of Triangle and Woodside Children’s Centre, all children’s centre buildings will be closed until further notice. We are taking this decision to support our efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Haringey. This has been a very difficult decision but we do not want to compromise the health and wellbeing of local families and communities.

We would like to assure you that we will continue to support families with children under 5 years old and ask that if you need to, you contact us for support by phone:

Children's CentreTelephone Number
Broadwaters07707 045 017
Park Lane020 8802 8782 | 020 8888 4398
Pembury House07470 767 027
Rowland Hill07870 157 955
Triangle Children, Young People and Community Centre020 8802 8782
Welbourne020 8493 1197
West Children's Centre Team07970 242 803
Woodlands Park020 8802 0041
Woodside020 8888 4398

Additional support

If you are worried about the impact of coronavirus on your money, accessing essential items or the support you need, then please contact Connected Communities:

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What is a Children's Centre?

A Children's Centre brings together a range of services for children under five and their families such as family support, health and education.

It includes good quality childcare, information and support across the local community. The idea is to make services easy to use and to give children the best start in life.

Services offered

  • Access child and family health services
  • A friendly place to play and learn
  • Meet other families and carers
  • Access to family friendly support services
  • Support on looking for work or training
  • Become a volunteer in the community

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Haringey Children's Centres

See the list below for contact details of each Children’s Centre. Click on the name of the centre for individual information.

Table: Children’s Centre contact details

Centre NameAddressPhone number
BroadwatersAdams Road
N17 6HE
020 8885 8800
Park Lane139 Park Lane
N17 0HB
020 8489 4945
Pembury HouseLansdowne Road
N17 9XE
020 8801 9914
Rowland Hill315 White Hart Lane
N17 7LT
020 8808 6089
Triangle Children, Young People and Community Centre91-93 St Ann's Road
N15 6NU
020 8802 8782
WelbourneStainby Road
N15 4EA
020 8493 1197
West Children's Centre TeamNot centre based07970 242 803
childrencentrewest@haringey.gov.uk
Woodlands ParkWoodlands Park Road
N15 3SD
020 8802 0041
Woodside59 White Hart Lane
N22 5SJ
020 8888 4398

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How can I register with my local Children's Centre?

To access services being offered at your local Children's Centre, you will need to register your family details. You can do this by either completing a paper Family Registration Form at your local Children's Centre or by completing the online Family Registration Form.

Register online now

If you would like more information about the services offered, just pop into your local Children's Centre, who will be happy to help.

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Parenting support activities

See a full list of parenting support activities available in Haringey Children's Centres.

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Page last updated:

1 April 2020

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