South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (NSW Health)
District: South Eastern Sydney
From: Wednesday, 06 February 2019
To: Wednesday, 10 April 2019
Time: 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Go4Fun is a free healthy lifestyle program for children aged 7-13 who are above a healthy weight. The 10-week program delivered once a week aims to improve eating habits, fitness and confidence. Sessi ...
Playtime Plus is fun for children and parents / carers.
Not just a fun place but also a place where we:
•Provide a range of learning experiences to promote children’s development
•Support ways ...
Supported playgroup that caters for young parents aged 16 years to 25 years of age. It is a great opportunity to meet other young parents, build confidence and enhance your child's early learning. T ...
FREE Drop In Play Group for children and their parents / carers.
• Fun activities, Painting, Play dough, Puzzles and craft
• Regular info sessions for parents
• Story Time with Words in the Stree ...
Playgroup NSW supported playgroups are led by qualified early childhood educators giving young parents the opportunity to play and connect with their child/children as well as meet and connect with ot ...
CatholicCare and NSW health provide antenatal/parenting courses throughout the year in Gosford . This free course is for pregnant mothers who are 21 and under and their partner or support person. This ...
Find connection with other parents/carers and children while
learning and playing together.
Access to useful information regarding parenting, local services
Playgroups are run duri ...
Women discovering & re-claiming the ways they prefer to be as mothers.
Building resistance to the kinds of beliefs, attitudes & expectations that are degrading.
Fun & creative activities.
Prosper's playgroup is open to children aged under 6 years old, and their parents and carers. The sessions include singing and dancing, craft and colouring in, counting, alphabet, dress ups, musical i ...
The Resourcing Parents project would like to acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional Aboriginal owners of the land on which they work and they would also like to pay their respect to elders past and present.