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Children & Families

We believe in creating a place of safety and fun for children. Children are an important part of God's kingdom and we are passionate about equipping our children for life and encouraging and supporting our families.

Sunday morning programme 

On Sunday morning our children have fun and flourish in the following groups:

  • Creche 0-2 and half years
  • Beginners and Building Blocks Preschoolers - P1
  • Kingdom Kids P2-P6


Playbreak

Playbreak is a playgroup with a difference - it aims to give parents/carers a much needed break.  You get the chance to sit down, have a coffee and chat to other parents/carers while your children play.  We run a varied programme of events and speakers on some weeks covering everything from how to access childcare, what Christmas is all about and how to prepare your child for their 1st year at school.  The children are cared for by a dedicated team of volunteers (all helpers are PVG registered) in separate rooms, with a creche for the babies and the large hall for toddlers with toys and books.  
 
When do we run: Tuesdays & Thursdays 10am-11.15am(term time only)
Venue: Queens Park Baptist Church - Balvicar Drive (back lane entrance, press buzzer for entry)    
Why not come along and join us - you would be very welcome!


Playtime by Playbreak

Toys, activities, snacks and a chance to enjoy time with other parents/carers and their children aged 0 to 5 years in a relaxed, informal environment.

When do we run: Mondays 10am -11.30am (term time only)

Venue: QPBC West End, 19 Crow Road, G11 7RT

Why not come along and join us - you would be very welcome!



Rainbow Pre-school

Rainbow Pre-school is a Glasgow City Council partnership nursery, for 3 and 4 year olds. It is open 5 mornings a week from 9.30am – 12 noon. It follows the 3-5 curriculum guidelines with Christian ethos and teaching. Website or Telephone 423 8990 for further information (mornings).

Child Protection Policy: in line with “Safe to Grow” (Baptist Union of Great Britain Guidelines), CCPAS guidelines and legislation, all people working with children under QP’s banner must submit to an application process. This includes child protection training, an interview and PVG scheme membership.

Further information on all of the above can be obtained from the church office by using the Contact Us Form.