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Little Hands – Babies, Toddlers and Mothers Group – RELAUNCH!

Little Hands – Babies, Toddlers and Mothers Group – NOW OPEN at Croydon ICT
Croydon ICT is pleased to announce the relaunch of “Little Hands – Babies, Toddlers and Mothers Group” starting Thursday 23rd January 2014, from 10.00am to 11.30am, InshaAllah.

We are working in association with Croydon Children and Families Partnership (CCF Partnership) to provide this service, as we continue to listen to and meet the demands of our community, Alhamdulillah.

Little Hands will run sessions initially every Thursday between 10.00am and 11.30am. This is a pay to attend group, though it is very affordable – £1.50 per child plus 50 pence per mum (per session), and all proceeds will go towards the daily running of the Masjid, whilst the group is being administered externally. The play group will be managed by qualified child carers from CCF Partnership, all of whom are of course CRB checked.

Benefits of joining Little Hands:

  • Children can enjoy interaction with other Muslim children in a safe and friendly environment
  • Activities include puzzles, toys, arts and crafts, reading, alphabet, numbers, colours, shapes and lots more
  • Sisters will meet other Muslim parents and also enjoy a cup of tea/coffee.
  • Parents will be given advice and tips on early years education and parenting tips by qualified and experienced child carers
  • 100% proceeds go towards running and buying of our Masjid

Mothers will need to accompany their children throughout the duration of the session, and you must register to attend – please come to the group for registration.

For further information, please call or email Sister Aisha:
07947 158 190  // aishaummkhadijah@gmail.com
Little Hands – Babies, Toddlers and Mothers Group – NOW OPEN at Croydon ICT

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