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Westminster Advice Service Partnership

Westminster City Council fund the Westminster Advice Services Parntership to provide advice across a range of areas, including advice on Benefits, Debt, Housing, Employment, Consumer, Legal, Tax, Family law, Energy suppliers and Immigration & Nationality. Westminster Advice Services Partnership is made up of Citizen's Advice…

What is a Children’s Centre?

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 or Family Hub. All of our centres offer: childcare and early education health services for children and their families family support including…

What is the Quality and Outcomes Framework?

The Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) is a way the NHS rewards GPs for delivering good practice. It works by rating GP performance in several key areas related to quality care and health outcomes. For example, GP practices gain points for keeping a list of…

What types of services and activities take place at Children’s Centres?

Family Hubs and Children’s Centres offer a range of services and activities: play sessions health visiting services and clinics offering information and support community drop-in sessions for children and carers breastfeeding groups family learning adult education classes and training individual support through home visiting dental…

When can I use Children’s Centres?

Family Hubs and Children’s Centres are open at least five days a week. Each venue has set opening hours and an activities calendar, so you can plan when you and your family will attend different sessions, depending on your interests. Visit your local centre to…

Why do we have Children’s Centres?

Family Hubs and Children’s Centres bring together lots of organisations including Westminster City Council, NHS Westminster and voluntary and community partners to give you and your family the best possible services. The services available at Children’s Centres help children and their families to: be healthy…

Will I qualify for 30 hours free childcare?

Attention Working Parents! This term, we’re encouraging parents who want to take up a 30 hours place in the autumn term to apply now and no later than the end of June, to get their code in good time. HMRC sometimes needs more information from…

Young Carers

Are you under 18 and looking after someone in your family who is ill or disabled? This may be a parent, a brother or sister or a grandparent. Maybe you help by staying at home a lot to be there for them, helping them get…

Young Westminster

Young Westminster is the specific website targetted at young people aged 16 to 24 years old. The website provides advice and support across a host of areas, including: Education, training and employment Health and wellbeing Sports and leisure Event and activities How to get involved…

Youth offending

How the Youth Justice System works Pre-crime prevention aims to identify those young people who are at risk of offending and to try to prevent them from entering the youth justice system. When a young person first gets into trouble by behaving in an anti-social…
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