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In this section you will find useful information and contacts: Kensington and Chelsea Citizens Advice Foundation years: what to expect when Food banks in Kensington and Chelsea

Useful organisations and links:

Useful websites and links: National online careers service: – Research up to 800 jobs; search for courses in your local area or online.  Telephone number: 0800 100 900 (fees apply). – Explore sector information, complete a careers quiz and more! -…

Virtual learning

How others are doing it Learning websites Should you have any queries, please contact the Early Years Advisory team

Virtual one-to-one advice and guidance

We will try and maintain regular contact with all of our families who attend by email, telephone or text and continue to offer virtual one-to-one support and identify anything you may need in the coming months.  If you need to speak to one of our…

Visiting Family Hubs and Children's Centres

Our Family Hub buildings remain open and we are providing support to families in a range of safe ways. If you need to speak to one of our practitioners please telephone: 020 7598 4601 or email: (north of the borough) or (south of the borough) with your contact details to request…

Volunteering in Kensington and Chelsea

Volunteering can be a very rewarding experience and a great opportunity to learn new skills or meet new people. Please find below some opportunities available locally: Do it: Kensington and Chelsea Volunteer centre Kensington and Chelsea

Washable nappy Zoom online demos / Free reusable nappy vouchers

Please find further details and register for this event: Washable nappy Zoom online demos

Well Comm training video for the EYPS

Well Comm training for EYPS


The Bi-borough is proud to deepen its commitment to ensuring 'Brilliant Beginnings' for all young children.  It is recognised in the Early Years Foundation Stage 2021, that spoken language underpins all areas of learning as well as improving life chances for all children.   With this in…

Westminster Early Years clusters

Next Cluster Meeting dates: Monday 30th November 2020                 WCC North East Cluster  3:30 – 4:30pm​ Tuesday 1st December 2020                   WCC North West Cluster  3:30 – 4:30pm  

What are children's centres and family hubs?

Children’s centres and Family hubs are there to support mum, dad and their children including grandparents and carers caring for children, with friendly, experienced and qualified staff on hand to assist you with making choices and using services. These are great places for families and…

What is a Family Hub?

Family Hubs In RBKC a Family Hub is not about trying to locate as many different services into one building, but it is a way to bring different types of support together for families to help resolve their issues. To ensure that that support is…

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 to expect, when? Guidance to your child’s learning and development in the early years foundation stage

How to use this guide The Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) sets out the learning and development stages for children as they grow from birth to five years. For those working in the early years - whether in a nursery, pre-school, a childminder or…

Wheelchair Service User Feedback Online Group

AJM Healthcare provide NHS wheelchair services for both Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea and are really keen to hear from service users about their experiences of wheelchair services. They run regular forums and their next one is scheduled for Wednesday 4th November at 11.30am and…

Who we are and what we do

The DOT is part of a ‘public health’ approach in Kensington and Chelsea to tackle serious youth violence and we mostly support children and young people aged between 11-19 years. The majority of our work is focussed upon helping children and young people who are…

Windrush Day

HMT Windrush as it sailed into Tilbury DocksWindrush Day is on 22nd June and celebrates the arrival of HMT Windrush, which brought people from various Caribbean islands, who had been encouraged by the British government to live and work in the UK after the end…

Within my reach (Family Lives)

Within My Reach (Family Lives)Our new ‘Within My Reach’ course for separated parents can help if your relationship with your ex-partner feels stressful or communicating with each other frequently ends in conflict.Find more information in the link below: 'Within my reach' leaflet' 

Working in an Early Years Setting

Would you like to work with children aged from 0-5 years old? Do you like the idea of supporting children’s development and learning? Would you like to gain nationally recognised qualifications? Would you like to be part of a professional team with opportunities for training…

Working in Early Years and childcare

Working in the Early Years and Childcare sector is high on the Government's plan to meet the needs of families across Westminster. Here you will find essential information on working in the childcare sector. See FAQs below and also visit our setting up a childcare…

A workshop on health and wellbeing

A workshop on health and wellbeing, coping during Covid and preparing for education, employment and training: Identifying what mental health is Coping techniques to support low moods/anxiety Preparing for employment, education or training Who are Targeted Prevention Team (TPT)  team and how they can support…

Worried about a child?

If you are worried that a child or young person is at immediate risk, please contact the assessment and access team immediately at: Tel: 020 7361 3013  Out of Hours - Emergency Duty Team 5pm – 9am and weekends on  020 7373 2227 Email: Note: If…

Young carers

Drawn by Kylie, age 7 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…

Young parent

Please find below useful information and services that can offer support if you are a young parent: Parents to be and under 5s NHS: teen pregnancy Total Family Coaching Future Men: fatherhood

Young people with SEND

This page is being developed and more details will be available very soon.
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