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Fostering and adoption

Placements Westminster City Council shares its fostering and adoption service with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, devoting more resources to helping find families for the children who need them.  For further information email the team on corampostadoption@westminster.gov.uk Private fostering If you have been looking after…

Free or cheap activities to keep you active this summer

Check out some great ideas you can do for free or at little cost. Just use your imagination and have fun this summer.

Free school meals

Find out how to apply for free school meals for children that attend school in Westminster.

Get Ahead Project

Get ahead Project (Part of the London ESF Youth Programme). Work = Pay If you are aged 16 - 24 years, not in education, employment or training and have a learning disability and/or difficulty, we could help you to 'Get ahead'. Available in Central and South London…

Get parenting support and advice at your local Family Hub

Children’s Centres have gone through some changes over the last year and we will now be developing three new Family Hubs in Westminster – Churchill Gardens in the south, Queen’s Park in the north west, and Church Street in the north east. These will develop…

Golden Girls support group

Golden girls is the name of an online support group for girls aged 12-18 recently launched in our Early Help, Intensive Support Team. This resource was developed in response to understanding that many young people were feeling isolated and lonely in this lockdown, especially those…

Government schemes to help with childcare costs

Are you looking for support with childcare costs? Childcare Choices brings together all the government childcare offers in one place for the first time. The new Childcare Choices website makes it easy to find out what’s on offer. Use the Childcare Calculator at www.gov.uk/childcare-calculator to…

The Green Room

DCLG funded project to improve housing pathways for homeless women experiencing multiple disadvantage and domestic abuse in the tri-borough.

Guidance for service providers

There are two sections of this website: Information for Families provides information to all parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-19 years, or 0-25 years if their child has a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND). The SEND Local Offer focuses on providing…

Guidance for social workers/practitioners on the CIN process

We have created this page to provide information and guidance regarding the Child in Need (CIN) process. Is this your 1st time completing a CIN referral, or you have questions about the process and providers? Then we advise you to read the frequently asked questions…