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  1. Join the Family Hubs Parent and Carer Shadow Board

    Dear Parents and Carers, The Kensington and Chelsea Family Hubs Team are currently recruiting Parents and Carers who wish to become Shadow Boards. Please find more information on the leaflet below. Should you wish to express interest in this opportunity, do not hesitate to contact…
  2. Kensington and Chelsea Libraries

    There are a six free public libraries based across Kensington and Chelsea offering a wide range of services, activities and events for people of all ages and different needs. Read this page for an introduction to some of the work they do for the local…
  3. Learning through everyday activities and play

    Play is one of the main ways in which children learn and develop. It helps to build self-worth by giving a child a sense of his or her own abilities and to feel good about themselves. Because it’s fun, children often become very absorbed in…
  4. Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)

    In order to manage allegations against professionals, every Local Authority appoints a Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO). The LADO works within Children’s Services and should be alerted to all cases in which it is alleged that a person who works with children has: behaved in…
  5. Local Offer Art Competition 2019 - Gallery

    We are very grateful to the incredibly talented children and young people across the Bi-Borough who entered our 2019 Local Offer Art Competition. As well as beginning to see the spectacular artwork displayed throughout the Local Offer site, you can find all the entries in…
  6. Local Safeguarding Children Partnership (LSCP)

    Are you a Parent or a Guardian? Protecting children is your responsibility too. The safety and welfare of children - or child protection - is everyone's business. You could be a neighbour, friend, parent, relative, child minder, teacher or doctor - or working for any…
  7. Looking after a sick child (from birth to 5)

    Almost all babies, toddlers and children aged up to five will get the most common childhood illnesses like chicken pox, colds, sore throats, ear infections. While these are not very nice at the time, they are easy to treat when required and then easily cared for…
  8. Looking after a sick child (over 5s)

    Almost all children will also get the most common childhood illnesses like chicken pox,  colds, sore throats and ear infections. While these are not very nice at the time, they are easy to treat when required and then easily cared for at home. It can be…
  9. Maintained nurseries

    Welcome to the Kensington and Chelsea Early Years Hub, a dedicated space for Early Years Professionals working in maintained settings in Kensington and Chelsea. In this section, we aim to provide you with important updates, information and guidance, which hopefully you will find useful. Please…
  10. Measles

    Measles spreads very easily – it is five times more infectious than COVID-19. Measles can cause very serious illnesses like meningitis, sepsis and could result in permanent disabilities such as blindness. Many people who catch measles are likely to be hospitalised.  Find out more about…
  11. Midwives and Health Visitors

    If you are pregnant, your main point of contact will be a Midwife, who will provide care and support for you and your family while you are pregnant and for approximately 10 days after your baby is born. After this, a Health Visitor (who is a specialist nurse or…
  12. Multi Agency Good Practice Events

    Our Multi Agency Good Practice Events offer a chance a for a wide range of professionals from multiple services and settings to come together and share effective strategies for supporting children and young people with SEND. Please see below for details of our most recent…
  13. North Family Hub Children's Centre Offer

    Our centres are warm and friendly places and welcome all resident families with a child under five. Our main centres are open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Holmfield House Children’s Centre is also open once a month on a Saturday. At each of our centres…
  14. Online safety

    In this section you will find information on national support agencies which offer a wide range of advice to children, young people and their families on how to stay safe online. NSPCC The NSPCC is a charity aiming to prevent abuse, help rebuild children's lives…
  15. Our vision for Early Years in the Bi-Borough

    ALL children and families receive a positive welcome Parents have choice as to which setting they attend We can meet the needs of all children There is robust tracking and assessment in place in settings Staff in settings are well trained and confident supporting children with SEND…
  16. PHE physical development

    This is a FREE course To register and find out more, visit: Future Learn     What will you achieve? By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to... Identify the importance of movement skills to the overall health, wellbeing and development of young…
  17. Physical activity

    Activities for children and young people You can find leisure activities on our 'Things to do locally' page, as well as on the Our City website. Change4Life The Change4Life Service clubs includes physical activity. You can find further informaiton on the Family Action Change4Life service page. Free annual membership for…
  18. 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…
  19. Primary Schools

    Please find below the Kensington and Chelsea primary education guide: Kensington and Chelsea: your choice for primary education guide In addition, you can access a list of local schools in the link below: List of Primary Schools in Kensington and Chelsea
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