North Tyneside children’s centres
North Tyneside children's centres provide free activities for the whole family. Everything on offer is aimed at giving your family the chance to have fun together, develop skills for school, work and life.
Centres are open Monday to Friday for regular activities and you can find more about each centre below:
Joining a Children's Centre
As a member, you can use all of the children’s centres in North Tyneside.
You can pick up a membership application form from any of the children's centres and Health Visitors can also provide you with one - simply complete the form and hand it back in to a member of our team.
What’s on at our children's centres?
Information on the sessions and events taking place at North Tyneside Children's Centres can be found below.
Courses for parents and carers
Being a parent or carer is one of the most rewarding but challenge jobs there is.
Providing the care, love, security and support your child needs to develop as a happy, healthy and confident individual is crucial.
Whether you’re pregnant and looking to do some formal learning, a new parent or a parent to a primary or secondary age child or young person, there are comprehensive online courses residents of North Tyneside can access for free.
Each course aims to improve emotional health and wellbeing by supporting the relationships in families.
Use the access code ‘QUADRANT’ to create an account and get started here.
Healthy relationships for parents
Online courses are available for parents and carers in different circumstances:
- Me, You and Baby Too - for new and expectant parents
- Arguing Better - for parents or carers who want help with stress and/or arguing
- Getting It Right for Children - for separating or separated parents.
You can register for an account and find support on registration here.
Please note you will be asked to enter your name and email address and to set a password.
Parent programme referral form
Harbour referral form
Freedom and Pattern Changing Programmes for survivors of domestic violence.