Parent & Toddler

This is a free service available to any parents and carers with children from birth to five years. Through it, we help families building on their home learning environment, while also providing support to those who may be experiencing loneliness or need additional or specific support.

Early Years Nursery

Our nursery caters for pre-school children from the age of 2-5 and we have 30 children in our nursery, five days a week during term time; not just from Tillydrone, but from across the city. Regulated by the Care Inspectorate, we encourage our children to learn through their activities and their interactions, while in a caring environment, so that they can achieve their full potential.

After School Club

Catering for children age 5-12, our After School Club is the only out of school care service in the community for the families of Tillydrone. Our indoor and outdoor activities are identified and led by children with support from our highly experienced staff team and through play and participation we ensure the children in our care have positive experiences. They can explore, create, investigate, build relationships and develop and learn new skills.

Junior & Senior Youth Clubs

Our youth work is neither social care nor formal teaching, but instead sees us encourage and support young people as they continue participating in learning, giving them the tools they need to develop their resilience, as well as the social and emotional skills they need for life. The children who attend our junior youth club enjoy their recreation time with us, making their own decisions in a safe, supported and fun environment, while the young people in our senior youth club are encouraged to use their energy and enthusiasm to bring about change and make a real contribution to society, while gaining support for their emotional and physical health.

Family Support

Building strong relationships with our families is important to us. Our family support service offers help to families to prevent issues from escalating and, equips families with the information or skills they need to achieve and sustain positive outcomes for the whole family.

Holiday Clubs

This service enables us to meet the needs of local families through fun activities and more importantly through food provision during the school holidays when children do not receive school meals.

Building Hire/Lets

Built in 1983, our premises on Dill Road recently benefitted from extensive renovation. When not in use by the club, it is used by the local community for sports activities and community events, and also by external agencies and other third sector organisations for meetings and workshops. Featuring a 27 x 16 metre games hall, the building can also be hired privately by groups across Aberdeen for sporting activities such as football, basketball and badminton.