Last updated: June 26, 2017
About Denbighshire Flying Start
Our staff are there from the first years of a child’s life. They make sure that children have the opportunity to learn, develop and play. By maximising children’s early learning opportunities, we help improve their ability to learn and their readiness for school. By being there from the beginning, our staff can identify and respond to any additional needs that a child may have. Supporting families to look after the health of their children is important to us. Promoting healthy lifestyles and child development before and after birth is a big part of this. By working in partnership with primary and community healthcare, we can make sure all children receive the early healthcare support they need. Our parenting programmes help parents to understand and cope with their children’s needs. Through these and our general parenting services, parents have access to information and an opportunity to explore how to best nurture their children.
Who is this for?
If you have children under four years of age and live in the school catchment areas of Christchurch & Emmanuel School in Rhyl and Gwaenynog School in Denbigh.
To find out more please talk to your health visitor, midwife, the Language and Play team, Bookstart, Tegan, Action for Children or the Family Information Service.
If you’re not eligible for Flying Start, there may be other services available to you. Please contact Denbighshire FIS to find out more.
Childcare / Education / Health
Flying Start Office,
Rhyl Leisure Centre