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Concerned about your child aged 5-18?

If you are worried that your child is not making the progress you think they should, then what should you do? Speak to your GP (doctor), school nurse or the Specialist Health Visitor at the Early Years Centre.  If they cannot help you themselves, they can refer…

Continuum of Need – thresholds

In 2010 Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Partnership and the Children and Young People’s Board adopted the London Continuum of Need.  The Continuum of Need is a guide to thresholds for four levels of service. The movement up and down the continuum of need is not exactly…

COVID-19 Survey for parents and carers of children with SEND

Checking in and next steps: COVID-19 survey for parents and carers of children with SEND We are keen to hear from parents and carers of children and young people with SEND about how their families are, and whether there is anything we can do to…

Direct Work Tools for Practitioners

The direct work tools found under 'Downloads' (to the right, or below) are worksheets that can be used to help practitioners when working with children, young people and families. The direct work tools have been obtained from different sources, including Children's Involvement for Sheffield Council.

Domestic violence and abuse

There are a range of violent and abusive situations that you or someone you know may be going through, or have gone through.   Why it’s important to seek help immediately Often, signs of domestic abuse are ignored and unreported. However, domestic violence and abuse…

Early Education and Childcare Places (EECP) for 3- and 4-Year-Olds in Wandsworth

Early Education and Childcare Places are available in Wandsworth for 15 hours per week in a number of different nurseries including local authority schools. Choosing Early Education in Wandsworth includes information on places in the state, voluntary and independent sector. The closing date for applications for nursery places within…

Early Help Assessment (EHA)

What is the Early Help Assessment? The Early Help Assessment (EHA) has been developed from the Signs of Safety and Well Being methodology.  The practitioners work with a parent(s) or young person to gather information and build a picture of what is currently happening, including…

Early Help IT System (EHITS)

EHITS has been decommissioned and replaced with a signposting and referral portal. The portal went live on 20th of December and we would encourage you to use the new portal. You can access it here: fis.wandsworth.gov.uk/kb5/wandsworth/fsd/advice.page?id=mUSnUT69qdw From the 7th of January 2022, EHITS has become read…

Early Help Practitioners' Hub

The Early Help Hub is a resource for practitioners working with children and families to find services that can help to support these families. "It is important that children receive the right help at the right time.  For that to happen, everyone who comes in contact…

Early Help Quality Assurance Process for Early Help Service

To ensure that the services we offer are effective in promoting and strengthening resilience in children and families we have developed a framework for how we will quality assurance the work that we do.