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.
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.
Swift action from Croydon Council has already resulted in some significant improvements in children’s social care, with an ‘effective infrastructure’ established in a ‘relatively short period of time’, Ofsted has found.
Parents can find out about free children’s activities, parenting courses, baby massages, health visiting and lots more with the arrival of Best Start Week in Croydon.
From 16-20 October, Croydon Children’s Centres will be hosting themed activities around […]