Aireborough Children's Services
Working together with children, young people and families
Welcome to Aireborough Children’s Services. We work in close partnership with the children’s centre and all the schools across Guiseley, Rawdon and Yeadon. Our aim is to provide early help for every child, young person and family in the area to access the activities, guidance, information and support that can enable them to achieve their full potential.
Our team of experienced, qualified professionals is available to offer help and support early in the life of problems, confidentially and effectively whenever young people or families need it. We work with infants, juniors and high schools and other support services. Primarily, we work closely with school Learning Mentors to give real support when children need it most.
For more information
If you would like to know more about any of the services we provide, please click on the link for our contact details.
Latest Events Calendar Events
- Aireborough Children's Centre Drop-In20Jun2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm @ Aireborough Children's Centre, Queensway Primary School, Coppicewood Avenue, Yeadon, LS19 7LF
Advice clinic for parents currently on our waiting list for therapeutic counselling or family support or for those needing some initial advice. 40 minute appointments available by contacting Julia Whiteley on 0113 250 6593 or email Julia.email@example.com.
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