AT JESSOP CHILDREN’S CENTRE OUR AIM IS:
To work in partnership with families who have children under 5 years old towards achieving the
Government’s aim for every child - whatever their background or circumstances - to have the support to:
Enjoy and achieve
Make a positive contribution
Achieve social and economic well-being
Listen to the views of families and value their contribution
Expect children and carers to share responsibility for their learning and environment
Jessop Children’s Centre
is open 8am-6pm Monday to Friday
48 weeks a year
We are available to give you support and advice on a wide range of issues that families with young children face, including finding childcare, accessing benefits, going back to employment or training and much more.
Our Outreach Worker, Clare, is available to meet with you to discuss issues you may be facing and refer you to relevant services to help you work through these.
TO VIEW THE CHILDREN'S CENTRE AUTUMN PROGRAM 2013 Click here
TO VIEW THE CHILDREN'S CENTRE OCTOBER HALF TERM PROGRAM 2013 Click here
Following an Ofsted Inspection on Wednesday 2nd and Thursday 3rd May 2012 Jessop Children's Centre was judged to be 'Outstanding'. We are obviously delighted with this result. To view the Centre Manager's covering letter and the full Ofsted report please see below:
To view the full Children Centre Ofsted report Click here
Below are two links to footage taken at our Children's Centre, these projects were funded by the Family Learning organisation - Lambeth City Learning:
Dads Photography Project - Our dads photography course ran for six weeks on a Tuesday afternoon, the dad's developed their photography skills and learnt about digital photography editing to put together their own photo book supported by a professional photographer. The group visited Brixton market with their children to take pictures of local life in our vibrant market as part of the project.
Jessop Children's Centre Film Project – This was a six week film project for parents to capture what we do at the children's centre through the eyes of the parents and children who use it. Parents developed interview skills, learnt how to film and edit and got a chance to be interviewed for the film.