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14-25 years old and worried about your education, health or social care?

Many young people ask their parents or carers for help if they are worried about things.  These are people who know you well.  But if you find it hard to speak to them about something, there are other people who can help. If you are…

The 30 Hours Extended Childcare Offer - an additional 15 hours of funded childcare for working parents of 3 and 4 year olds

The 30 Hours Extended Childcare Offer - an additional 15 hours of funded childcare for working parents of 3 and 4 year olds Are you a working parent with a three year old child? Does your child attend a nursery or childminder? Would you benefit…

Abuse in relationships

These leaflets explain what abuse is, and which services are available to provide advice and support. Please look under 'Downloads' to the right for leaflets. Links to other resources are listed under "External links" to the right.

Accessibility Strategy 2016 - 2019

This Accessibility Strategy, which is part of the over-arching SEN, Inclusion and Disability Policy, sets out how the Wandsworth will work with its partners to remove barriers that might impede children and young people from achieving their aspirations and participating fully in school life.  This can…

Autism, Autistic Spectrum Disorder or Condition, Asperger's Syndrome, Atypical Autism, Social Communication Difficulty, Pervasive Developmental Disorders

Whatever your, or your child's exact diagnosis, there are several sources of support in Wandsworth. There are as many different forms of these conditions as there are people with them, so no single list or leaflet will be able to show you everything. Things also change with…

Becoming a Wandsworth Childminder - Childminder Briefing Sessions

Thinking of becoming Wandsworth childminder? You need to attend two free Childminder briefing sessions. At these sessions you can find out more about childminding and start the registration process. The latest set of dates can be found below. Childminders are self-employed and must be registered with Ofsted if they look after children…

Buying or renting a home

This is very expensive in Wandsworth and much of West London. Most young people with or without SENDs will need to save up for a considerable time for a deposit on a privately rented home - up to twice the monthly rent - and have…

Childcare and Schools Outside Wandsworth

Information on childcare and schools outside Wandsworth can be found by visiting other local Family Information Services. The list of neighbouring services is below: Hammersmith and Fulham Family Information ServiceTelephone: 0845 313 3933Email: fis@lbhf.gov.uk Kensington and Chelsea Family Information ServiceTelephone: 020 7361 3302Email: fis@rbkc.gov.uk Kingson…

Childcare for children with special educational needs and/or disabilities in Wandsworth

Childcare registered with Ofsted, is available in Wandsworth for children with special educational needs and or disabilities (SEND) up to 13 years old, from  childminders, nurseries, nannies ( or "homebased childcarers") , after school centres and breakfast clubs and holiday playcentres. After the age of…

Childminding Team

The childminding service offers support and advice to all potential and registered childminders. For persons interested in registering as a childminder with Ofsted, we deliver the childminder briefing sessions on a monthly basis. We deliver the training required for Ofsted registration. Briefing session dates and…