Plymstock Children's Centre
Plymstock Children's Centre is managed by Barnardo's and provides a variety of groups and activities.
Dunstone Primary School
We are open and here to support you, but have had to change some of the services we offer due to COVID-19.
Please call your local children's centre for more details or follow Barnardo's Plymouth on Facebook.
- Fourwoods Children's Centre, 01752 366795
- Nomony Children's Centre, 01752 261844
- The Barn Children's Centre, 01752 362320
- DELL Children's Centre, 01752 788992
- Tamar FOLK Children's Centre, 01752 361052
- Plymstock Children's Centre, 01752 407496
- Plum Tree (Rees Centre), 01752 340550
- Whitleigh Children's Centre, 01752 875933
In line with COVID-19 government guidance, we are now running a number of our activities and groups at our children's centres. These are running at reduced capacity and places must be booked in advance. We are also still running a number of virtual groups. Our current timetable and documents can be found in the Downloads section of this page for more information. For more information or to book a place on one of our groups please contact your local children's centre or visit Barnardo's Plymouth on Facebook.
If you are a parent or carer and you require advice, guidance or support from our Supporting Families Team, please email email@example.com or ring your local centre.
If you would like to refer a child or family to Barnardo's to receive individual support from our services, or you would like to self-refer, please contact your local children's centre or use the Referral Form in the Downloads section of this page and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. This service will provide support to children and families who do not currently have active social worker involvement.
Barnardo's Virtual Support Hub
Our Support Hub contains a wide range of resources, tools, videos and more focused on supporting your family during the pandemic.
Volunteering opportunities in Plymouth
Whether helping customers in a shop, doing essential admin in the office or working directly with young people at a service, our volunteers make a huge difference to children's lives.
To become a volunteer, all you need is enthusiasm and a desire to help. You can choose how much time you give and we'll give you all the training and support you need.
We welcome people from all nationalities and backgrounds. Our volunteers include job-seekers, retired workers, asylum seekers, full-time workers, students and schoolchildren.
Whoever you are and however you choose to volunteer, you'll be part of a supportive community coming together to transform children's lives.
Plymstock Children's Centre covers the Plymstock, Elburton, Dunstone, Goosewell, Turnchapel and Oreston areas of Plymouth.
Groups and activities run by the Children's Centre follow the Five to Thrive approach. Five to Thrive is a family friendly approach to promoting healthy brain development and positive relationships. Central to the five to thrive approach are a set of five key activities:
More about Barnardo's Plymouth
Barnardo's Plymouth provide a wide range of services across the city including Children's Centres, Young Carers, Sexual Exploitation (BASE) and Independent Visiting and Advocacy Services (PIVAS). We aim to protect all children from harm and empower the local community to also help us do this.
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
- Children's Centre
- Nursery - under 5
- Three / four year old funded
- Two year old funded
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