Parent and Baby

0 to 18 months

Parent & Baby Group (0 to 18 months)
Tuesday and Friday 10.30am – 12.30pm

Our welcoming small groups are a lovely way to spend a morning in a warm environment with well deserved support and a nice cup of tea! We will always have either a seasonal craft activity or baking and there will also be time for singing.  Share parenting ideas in a supportive environment and talk with the group leader on areas such as creating rhythm, weaning and more.

If, as a group, you decide that you would like to have more information and support on particular topics, we will try to facilitate these.

Parent and Child Information Mornings

One of our Parent and Baby leaders, Jack Cryer, will be leading regular Parent and Child Information Mornings (PACIM) on the third Wednesday of every month in Lavender Room at Brighton Steiner School from 10 – 11am, 

Together we will explore ways to promote holistic well being in our children and learn to nurture and respect their freedom of movement by stepping back and observing.

PACIM are aimed at the parents and carers of children from newborn – 3 years and pregnant women and their partners – children are welcome.

These sessions is suitable for families already attending Parent and Baby or Parent and Child who wish to delve a little further into child development and holistic care, those on the waiting list, and anyone else interested in a Steiner Waldorf and Pickler approach to the earliest years.

Dates this academic year: 26th April (the fourth Wednesday, in April as we’re on holiday before then), 17th May and 21st June.

Cost: £3 (includes tea and biscuits).

Venue: Lavender Room, Brighton Steiner School, Roedean Road, Brighton BN2 5RA

Please book a place through school reception on 01273 386300

The session is for a maximum of six families. Booking essential.

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