Maybe it’s time to stop looking at our children as pending citizens but rather as active citizens and change makers.An Impact Hub Birmingham children’s membership not only gives your child access to our high-quality weekly childcare provision alongside your own membership, but it positions you and your child to inspire, influence, and shape the conversations, interventions, events, and initiatives that aim to build a better future for children in our city. The children's membership forms an important part of our #RadicalChildcare programme, an initiative to explore, imagine and invest in bold new possibilities for the future of childcare.
About Hub Crèche
Anything but a drop-off serviceImpact Hub Birmingham’s on-site crèche facility is anything but a drop-off service. We offer a high quality, safe, stimulating, all-encompassing provision to babies (6 months and up), toddlers and pre-schoolers which offers free-flow creative play and additional structured activities, all led by experienced artists and early years practitioners.
Open to inclusive practiceWhilst practitioners and playworkers are there to oversee the children's welfare and provide additional support and nurture each child’s overall development, all infants are encouraged to play and socialise inclusively, no matter what age, developmental stage, or learning ability they possess. We are a member of the Children's Quarter and with their support we strive to be bendy, stretchy and open to inclusive practice... so talk to us!
Every ThursdayOur current crèche provision is held weekly on a Thursday from 10am-1pm, parents, guardians or carers must stay on-site at Impact Hub Birmingham for the duration of the session.
Themed sessionsEach week’s session is themed or a chosen holiday is celebrated such as den building, nature and planting and Jamaican independence day; we even celebrate each child’s birthday. Healthy snacks are provided for the children but we do ask parents to bring additional snacks or a small lunch in addition to nappies, wipes, water and or milk and a change of seasonal clothing.
Early Years Practitioner
James Marshall is an early years educator and specialist who has worked in Walsall schools since 1996 to 2014. His main subje…
Early Years Practitioner
Sabrina Sutherland is 28 years old and adores children. She began working with children at a young age, helping to babysit br…
Emma is an artist, educator and producer of arts learning programmes, working with children of all ages across Birmingham for…
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What Parents say about child memberships
I couldn't have asked for a better first experience of childcare. Being just downstairs during those first weeks made it…
Joining Impact Hub has been a saving grace! It has given me space to steady myself back into work since becoming a mom, parti…