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Children's Centres

Family support

Families can drop-in to any of our sessions and ask for information, support and advice. We recognise that you know your child better than anyone and that you want what is best for your child. We don’t have all the answers, but we can help you find them by:

  • Providing information on local activities and services
  • Meeting with you face to face to talk things through
  • Offering support and advice around a variety of issues such as:
    • Positive parenting, routines, boundaries and managing behaviour
    • Child development and communication
    • Support at key times such as birth of a new baby, settling into pre-school and school
    • Your own well-being and self confidence
    • Financial worries and difficulties including debt, benefits and family legal issues
    • Suggesting fun activities for families to enjoy at home which will support learning and development

You can speak to an Early Years Practitioner at any of the sessions that you come along to but if you would like to request additional support on a one-to-one basis please complete the Registration for Support from Sutton Children’s Centre Outreach Service or contact your local Children’s Centre directly:

  • Amy Johnson Children’s Centre (Wallington) - 020 8770 5910

  • Green Oak Children’s Centre (Cheam and South Sutton )- 020 8770 5787

  • Thomas Wall Children’s Centre (Central Sutton) - 020 8770 5875

  • Tweeddale Children’s Centre (Carshalton) - 020 8770 5810


If you are working with a family, who you feel would benefit from additional support, we would ask that you signpost the family, and if necessary support them, to complete the Registration for Support from Sutton Children’s Centre Outreach Service.


Solihull Approach-Sutton Council has launched a free online parenting course to support parents, carers and professionals to build positive relationships with children and young people.

The award-winning online training programme provides resources to guide parents, legal guardians and carers to support emotional health and wellbeing by promoting positive relationships with all children and young people aged 0-19. The Solihull Approach offers a series of parenting programmes for all parents-to-be, parents, grandparents or carers of any child from the antenatal period to age 18 years, with the aim of providing a safe space for parents and carers to feel more confident in their approach to parenting.

The courses cover different periods throughout a child's life and are suitable for all parents and carers, including those whose children have additional needs, i.e. ADHD or ASD.

The courses are available to complete online, are available in 108 languages and are free for all Sutton residents.

Register at and apply the access code: TREE

To return to the course(s) go to and sign in

For more information on the course or help choosing the right course for you please email

For technical support, contact or call 0121 296 4448 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm

For more information please visit, you can also email LBS Solihull Parenting