We are urging teachers, and anyone working with children and young people to support them in completing the health and wellbeing survey by Friday, 10 February.
Children and young people can tell us their views on topics such as mental health, diet, exercise, sleep, relationships, and their general wellbeing.
The borough’s new Croydon Partnership Early Years Strategy aims to provide the 32,000 local children aged under five with the right support at the earliest stage.
Help us to develop our new free training programme that will offer further support and advice to residents who have experienced trauma.
Complete our new survey seeking views from parents, carers and others interested in children's services to inform the Croydon partnership early years strategy published later this year.
Thousands of Croydon children who qualify for free school meals will be offered free activity clubs and healthy meals over the summer and Christmas holidays this year.
Take action now to keep warm and well this winter and find out if you need a flu jab to protect yourself, your family and vulnerable people in the community from serious illness.
Thousands of schoolchildren in Croydon will benefit from a share of a £4.3 million joint funding boost to improve mental health services for pupils in south west London.
Croydon residents aged 16 and under can remain active over the summer holidays as free swimming sessions return for the seventh consecutive year.