Bromley Children Project
In accordance with current COVID19 guidance, all our Children and Family Centres remain temporarily closed.
Although we have been unable to offer activities in the usual way, the Bromley Children Project has been working hard to make sure that support, activities and services are made available to Bromley’s families. For example, the parenting hotline is for general parenting advice and guidance on 020 8461 7259 (Mon-Fri 09:30-16:30)
For up to date information and announcements, please visit either The Bromley Children Project Facebook or Instagram pages or for general enquires email email@example.com or telephone 020 8461 7259.
Alternatively, if you have any queries, please call one the mobile numbers below where a member of the team will be happy to assist:
Community Vision 07715 050 786
Burnt Ash 07715 050 796
Castlecombe 07715 050 789
Biggin Hill 07738 801 892
Blenheim 07885 971 671
Cotmandene 07866 924 204
The project is a borough wide service that supports families living in Bromley to create a safe, secure and happy environment for all children, by reaching out to expectant parents, current parents and young people aged up to 18 years; particularly those who are struggling and are in need of additional help.
The Bromley Children Project is linked to all Children and Family Centres, and works with private, voluntary and independent Early Years providers in the borough.
The Children and Family Centres are open to all families although our services are targeted at families with children aged 0-5 and expectant parents.
- Support families with children aged under 18 by offering quality targeted parenting courses and one to one family support.
- Provide impartial information, advice and support for parents of children with special educational needs.
- Provide impartial information and advice for all parents on their child's transition from primary school to secondary school.
- Help all children make the most of their time at school by empowering parents, encouraging them to be enthusiastic and involved in their children’s education, and to continue their own education and training.
This service provides:
- Impartial information, advice and support for parents of children with special educational needs.
- Information and advice for all parents on their child's transition from primary school to secondary school.
Courses and workshops
We offer a comprehensive range of courses and drop in sessions for parents and their children through our Children and Family Centres, such as:
- Support for those who have experienced or witnessed domestic abuse.
- Parenting courses.
- Baby massage.
- Healthy eating.
- Targeted support groups.
- Midwives clinic, baby clinic and breast feeding support.
Our sessions are ideal for parents and their children aged under five focusing on child development, school preparation, family support and parenting, health and wellbeing and acquiring new skills.