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What is Early Help?

Wandsworth's Early Help Service aims to support families where there may be potential issues arising, and help them to minimise these issues before they become more serious. There is the 'universal' offer which is available to all families, whether involved in direct early help support…

Resources to Support Schools in Promoting Pupil Health and Wellbeing

The following are useful resources to support schools in promoting pupil health and wellbeing within and outside the school curriculum.

Referral to Universal Services (formerly EHITS process)

This will be replacing the Early Help IT System (EHITS). Below are services you can refer to, with their referral criteria, referral form and contact details. To make a referral, you will need to scroll down to the service and download their referral form. When…

Young People and Covid-19 Vaccine Toolkit

The document under 'Downloads' is a toolkit created by the Cabinet Office. It has resources for practitioners to use to encourage the take up of the covid-19 vaccine among young people.

Accident Prevention

Welcome to the Wandsworth Family Information Service accident prevention section. Home is where a child should feel safest, but it can be dangerous place for little people keen to explore their environment. There’s lots you can do to make your home as safe as possible. The Royal…

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.

Wandsworth Early Help Clusters

Early Help services in Wandsworth are delivered from three cluster hubs around the borough. The clusters are: Battersea Roehampton Tooting Each cluster is made up of multi-disciplinary teams who work with children and young people (and their families) aged 0-19 years old, and up to…

Keeping Children Safe - Unregistered Schools

An unregistered school is a school that is independent from Local Authority control and meets the criteria below for registration, but has not done so. The criteria are: Teaches a full-time education to five or more children aged between 5-16 years old Teaches a full-time…

Keeping Children Safe - Supplementary Education

Supplementary Education includes all non-statutory provision for children and young people in a setting outside of a mainstream school. It is not an alternative to mainstream education in your local school but provides extra support in core cirriculum subjects (Maths, English, Science, etc.) and/or languages,…