Centre 56 provides childcare services, support and information for families who have suffered, or are at risk of suffering, domestic abuse or a crisis situation.
We put the children first. Years of experience has taught us about the impact that domestic abuse or a crisis situation can have on children, and we tailor out childcare to meet their needs.
We provide Ofsted-registered childcare services and support for children aged 2 to 14. This is done via our nursery and after-school club, Pivvy. We provide a safe and secure environment to help children develop.
Our highly experienced and qualified staff are trained to support families and children.
The children get to enjoy lots of different activities. This includes free play, outdoor play, creative art, dancing, quizzes and educational or fun trips out.
This year we have been to Walton Hall Gardens, New Brighton Beach and Chester Zoo.
We talk with children and take on their feedback to make sure we help them as much as possible. This could be changing the food we provide, the games we play or even the music we listen to.
Our nursery offers free childcare places for two, three and four year olds for up to 29 children.
Each year we hold a graduation ceremony for those who are moving on to school.
This summer we held a fancy-dress one-mile sponsored walk. The weather was lovely and the children had a great time!
Our after-school club is open during term times only from Monday to Friday from 3.30pm to 5.45pm. This includes school pick-ups.
We also offer summer holiday places for children who attend Pivvy.
If you are interested in a place in Centre 56’s nursery or after-school club, please contact us.