Our Early Years provision offers a range of services for disabled children or those with special educational needs aged between 0-5 years old. KIDS Hull deliver weekly Learn and Play Together and Sensory groups.

How does the service work?

The services encourage children to play together and have fun whilst also promoting vital motor skills, social and communication development. As part of this service we also provide support for parents to develop the necessary skills to help care for their children and promote their development. Activities include song and rhyme time, music, craft and messy play, learning through play, snack times and sensory play as well as opportunities for one to one support during the session.

Who is the service for?

Sensory groups are aimed at very young children who have complex health needs and who would benefit from a more sensory approach to learning. Our group aims to provide sensory and messy play, access to a sensory room, opportunities for adult support during the session and time for families to share ideas and experiences.

 Learn & Play Together are small structured play and language groups for pre-school children with difficulties in socialisation, communication and interaction, speech and play development. Our group work supports families to develop their child’s skills. We include songs and rhymes in friendship circles, craft activities, free play and some targeted support.


How much does it cost?

This service is free

 

Availability:

Sensory groups

Wednesday 9.45am -11.30am and Wednesday 1.00pm -2.30pm – Fenchurch Children’s Centre, HU5 1JF

Learn & Play Together groups

Tuesday 09.45-11.15 – Octagon Family Resource Centre, HU3 2RA

Tuesday 1.00-2.30 – Parks Children’s Centre, HU6 9TA

Thursday 09.45-11.15 – Marfleet Children’s Centre, HU9 5AN

How to access this service:

Referrals for these sessions can be made directly by parents/carers or via professionals.

Contact:

Phone: 01482 467540
Email: [email protected]

Thank you to the following organisations for your support towards funding this project: