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Marner Children's Centre


Service Description

Children’s Centres help give your child the best start in life. If you are expecting a baby or are a parent or carer with a child under five, you can attend a range of free universal sessions. You can also access child and family health services, childcare and early years education advice as well as volunteering and training support.

Children’s centres also provide one to one support for families with children under 11.”

Additional Information

Additional Information

The Marner Children’s Centre is one of twelve Sure Start Children’s Centres in Tower Hamlets and provides a range of services for families with an under 5 year old. The Marner Children’s Centre works in partnership with health professionals and other Early Years practitioners. We nurture an environment of inclusiveness, peer support and self-help where the views of the child and family are valued. We have three main teams:
1. The Family Support Team work in line with the LBTH Wellbeing Model and who take referrals from a range of professionals as well as health professionals and self-referrals
2. The Play and Learning Team work in line with the EYFS and have dedicated early year’s practitioners who deliver targeted and universal activities for developmental learning opportunities for children 0-5 years
3. The Community Development Officer provides a training, volunteering and employment service for parents of under 5 years old to reduce child poverty. The Community Development Officers facilitate parental engagement and Children’s Centre Governance.

Marner Children’s Centre adheres to LBTH legislation and policies and procedure including child protection and safeguarding.

For full details of activities and services, Please contact the service.
Area Early Intervention Lead
Luthfa Meah
Telephone: 020 7364 3534

Suitable for ages

Age of Users
From 0 To 5


Cost per Session
Cost per Hour
Cost per Day
Over 2's Cost per Week
Under 2's Cost per Week

OFSTED Information

OFSTED Last Inspection Date
30 July 2014
OFSTED Last Inspection Summary
Requires Improvement

Questions & Answers

Can Families Self-Refer To The Service?
Do You Have Child Protection Policies And Procedures
Is There A Waiting List?
Where Do You Deliver Services From: Other

Further Information

Provider Type
Children's Centres Children's Centres
Suitable For
Social, Emotional, Behaviour Difficulty (SEBD) Complex Needs Speech, Language & Communication Needs (SLCN)
Ofsted Rating
Requires Improvement
Delivery Channels
Office / Premises Children's Centres Home Visit Case Work Other
Referral Criteria
None (Self-referral)