Our Children and Families programme works in collaboration with the following organisations and groups to ensure our service delivered to consistently high standard.
All Souls is a one form entry voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School in the heart of London’s West End. We have around 200 pupils on roll from ages 3 to 11.
Open Age work across Kensington and Chelsea, Westminster and Hammersmith and Fulham to enable anyone aged 50 or older to sustain their physical and mental fitness, maintain an active lifestyle and develop new and stimulating interests.
Netley Primary School is an inclusive school within Netley Campus, a state of-the-art learning environment for children and adults. They have 450 children, including Woodlands - an outstanding centre for 24 children with Autism.
City Lit is an adult education college in Holborn, central London, founded by the London County Council in 1919 which has charitable status.
Slovak Learning CIC (Slovak Weekend School London) is a nonprofit organisation which aims to accommodate needs of those interested in Slovak language and culture. The centre of attention are children with Slovak roots, whose parents want them to learn Slovak language and traditions, as well as individuals of any age and background who are interested in the subject.
Home-Start Camden (HSC) offers free, confidential support, friendship and practical help to parents of children under five in the London Borough of Camden who are going through a difficult time.
NHS Mend works with public, private and third sector partners to provide a range of healthy lifestyle programmes for families with children aged between two and 13 years.
The London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) is a family of 37 community nurseries across London. They work with communities and parents to enrich and extend children’s learning, so that each child is the best they can be.
If you have a child aged 0 to 5 years old you can receive free parenting support and information at your local children’s centre.