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Parents-to-be and under 5s health

This section aims to provide you with information and guidance to help keep yourself healthy if you are trying to conceive, and during and after pregnancy.  Also, it is also designed to offer you guidance and useful tips for looking after yours and your health…

Paying for childcare

Information on the benefits, schemes and allowances that may help towards your childcare costs. Also find: links to calculators to work out how much you may save and who to speak to for further help. Is your child 2, 3 or 4 years old?  All…

Policy for children and young people with SEND in youth custody

Please download our policy for children and young people with SEND in youth custody below. Policy for children and young people with SEND in youth custody (October 2022) The Youth Offending Team (YOT) and the Special Educational Needs (SEN) Services have worked jointly to produce this…

Post-16 educational and career options

You can leave school on the last Friday in June if you'll be 16 by the end of the summer holidays. You must then choose whether to: stay in full-time education - for example at school, sixth form college, further education college or University Technical College…

Pre-schools

Pre-schools are often run by voluntary parent-led committees and charities and care for and educate children from the age of two up to the age of five. They tend to follow school term-times and so are not open in the school holidays. Some pre-schools are…

Pregnancy

The NHS contains lots of information to help you know what to expect during pregnancy. You should contact a mid-wife or your GP if you believe you are pregnant to ensure you get the professional support you need. www.nhs.uk/Conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/pages/pregnancy-and-baby-care.aspx  Teenage pregnancy In Westminster there are…

Preparing for Adulthood Protocol: information for parents / carers and professionals

What to expect as you are preparing for adulthood  Please follow this link for our Bi-borough Preparing for Adulthood Protocol, which has been developed in partnership between practitioners from Education, Health and Social Care. The Protocol provides guidance to the workforce across education and social care as…

Preparing for adulthood: how will support for parents / carers change?

When a child reaches adulthood, the way their parents or families are supported will change. To understand your level of needs and what support should be provided, the council will invite you to complete a Carer's Assessment. This is a way that you can let the adult…

Previous cluster meetings

Previous cluster meetings To view information from previous cluster meetings click the relevant link below: North GLD Cluster meeting 12.2.2020 South GLD Cluster meeting 3.3.2020 North Cluster meeting 30.9.2020

Primary schools

Please find below the Westminster's primary education guide: Your choice for primary education brochure In addition, you can access a list of local schools in the link below: List of Primary Schools in Westminster Contact Schools admissions for further information.