Rosehill Children and Family Centre | Oxfordshire County Council

Rosehill Children and Family Centre

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Information and directions of how to find and get to the Rosehill Children and Family Centre

Oxfordshire County Council is providing a new integrated service from the Children and Family Centres across Oxfordshire.

We are providing support and advice to children and families – with a special emphasis on supporting the whole family. 

Staff based at the Children and Family Centres will work closely with our partner agencies to provide a range of services that are aimed to give help and advice to you and your family.  

Related pages

 

Services

For some of these services you will need to be referred

  • play and learn (pdf format, 177Kb) - Tuesdays (term-time only) 9.30am - 11.30am
  • peep baby group (pdf format, 63Kb) - Mondays (term time) 1.30pm - 2.30pm (new session)
  • youth sessions
  • parenting programmes
  • support to families impacted by issues such as domestic abuse
  • early attachment
  • school readiness
  • access to education
  • employment and training

Services are provided at the centre and at other locations, including mobile provision.

What’s on

Please contact the Children and Family Centre for programme details.

Important: event dates and times may change so please check with the centre beforehand.

Opening hours

Monday 8.30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8.30am - 5pm
Wednesday 8.30am - 5pm
Thursday 8.30am - 5pm
Friday 8.30am - 4pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

 

Location

The Oval
Rosehill
Oxford
OX4 4UY
United Kingdom

Centre Manager: Alison Barlow

Tel: 01865 815566

Email: rosehillfst@oxfordshire.gov.uk

For discussion of a concern (including no names consultations) or to submit a completed Early Help Assessment please contact the Central Locality and Community Support Service 

LCSS Central
Knights Court
Between Towns Road
Cowley
Oxford
OX4 3LX

Tel: 0345 241 2705

Email: LCSS.Central@oxfordshire.gov.uk

If there is an immediate safeguarding concern you must call the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) immediately

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