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Register a birth

You must register your baby before you can get a birth certificate. Every birth must be registered within 42 days of the child being born. Register a birth in Westminster It's best to register the birth at the register office in the district where the…

Register and manage your online directory listing

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Relationships Matter Week (25-29 January)

We are excited to launch our first Bi-Borough Relationships Matter Week (25-29 January) Throughout the week we will be hosting a variety of informative, relationship themed events for staff to sign-up for below. These sessions will cover a wide range of topics such as our…

SafeCall

SafeCall is a scheduled telephone call to children who are referred to us by professionals working with them. They will be offered a non-judgemental, safe space to talk about their experiences in confidence. We will reassure them that there is a way out, support them…

Schools Hub

Welcome to the Bi-Borough Schools Hub, a dedicated platform to support teachers and school staff in Westminster. In this section, we aim to provide you with important updates, information and guidance, which hopefully you will find useful. Please feel free to explore the different sections below: …

SEND Referrals

0-5 referral pathway Multi-agency assessment and referral form (MARF) Child Development Service Educational Psychology (EP) Speech and Language (SALT) Occupational Therapy (OT) Autism EY Intervention Team Hearing support Visual impairment Children physiotherapy Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory Team

Sexual health and relationships

Sex is part of many young adults’ lives and this is perfectly normal. It's also perfectly normal if you have chosen not to have sex - you don't have to until you feel fully ready. No-one has the right to try and convince you otherwise…

Social Services and Family Support

Social Services and family support What we do and who we can help Many people are worried that contacting children's social services will mean that children are taken into care. In fact, unless a child is in danger, we will work hard with parents to help…

Support for more vulnerable young carers

Young Carers  A Young Carer is child or young person aged 5 - 18 years old, who hassignificant caring role for another person who suffers from physical disability, mental health problems, substance misuse or any other debilitating or long term illness. A Young Carer becomes vulnerable when…

Support from your Health Visitor

Health Visitors are currently operating a reduced service to manage staffing capacity and to limit the spread of infection. Health Visitors offer services to families within our children’s centres and local health centres to provide services to families in locations close to their home. After…