In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, all children's centre programmes and drop-ins have been suspended until further notice
This includes all Early Learning Together programmes, Health Clinics (drop-ins), Incredible Years programmes and Communication Groups
Child Health Development Checks and Breast Feeding Support continue to be offered at children's centres in Merton. Please contact your Health Visitor for details on 03300 539264
Midwifery appointments are also currently continuing. Please contact your midwife for details
- Epsom and St Helier: 020 8296 2542
- St George's: 020 8725 4714
Timetable and services
Our children's centres offer services for parents and carers from pregnancy through to the end of their child's reception year at school.
We provide a range of drop-ins and bookable programmes supporting your child's learning and development, including baby massage for first-time parents, speech and language and parenting programmes and support for families with children with Special Educational Needs (SEN).
We also work closely with our midwifery and health visiting partners. Antenatal and postnatal clinics, development checks and weaning support are delivered though the centres, along with drop-in child health clinics.
For details of eligibility and bookings for programmes, please speak to a member of children's centre staff, your health visitor or other practitioner who is working with you and your child.
Find your local centre
Child development support
Speech, language and social communication support
Support for young parents
Register to use our children's centres
Registering helps us to keep you informed about our services and helps us to monitor and improve them.
The Children's Centre Registration Database - Why we collect information
Information for practitioners
early years services referral form
From July 2016, Merton Early Years Service consulted with service users and stakeholders to gain feedback on our proposals for the development of services for children from pregnancy to age 5.
Download the Services for Children from Pregnancy to age 5
Consultation Analysis and Phase 2 Response published February 2017.