Community Services

Parents may be interested in the websites below, which provide information about services in the local community.

The following links are to external websites and Grange Park Infant & Nursery School are not responsible for any content or advertising on these websites. They may change or become unavailable at any time.

Hillingdon Council - Find My Nearest

The Find My Nearest page on the London Borough of Hillingdon’s website is handy for anyone wishing to find local libraries, parks and other amenities.

Visit LBH Find My Nearest (link opens in new tab)

Hillingdon Council - Looking for Childcare?

Whilst Grange Park Infant & Nursery School is unable to recommend childcare providers, parents can look through useful lists of day nurseries, private playgroups and childminders known to the London Borough of Hillingdon.

Visit LBH Looking for Childcare article (link opens in new tab)

Hillingdon SEND Local Offer

The Hillingdon SEND Local Offer page gives information about how to contact local services and support if your child has a special educational need or a disability.

Visit Hillingdon SEND Local Offer (link opens in new tab)

Charville Children's Centre

Charville Children’s Centre hosts a wide range of activities and groups to support parents and their young children.

Visit Charville Children’s Centre webpage (link opens in new tab)

Free ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) and IT classes

Would you like to improve your English skills and be able to communicate more fluently? Or would you like to be able to use the computer more easily?

ACDA, in partnership with the Skylark Community Association, offers local residents FREE ESOL and IT classes at The Grange Community Centre on Pine Place.

Classes run on Tuesdays: the IT class runs from 10am – 12pm, and the ESOL class runs from 12pm – 2pm.

For further information please contact the Training Manager, Vick, on 020 3290 1128 or 07743 408 082.

You, or an adult you trust, can let the police know if something has made you feel worried or unhappy online.

This button takes you to the CEOP Safety Centre for help and advice, and to make a report.