One of London’s leading universities has taken the next step in its bid for a new town centre campus in Croydon for students of health and social care, business and finance.
The Leader of Croydon Council today called on the government to sustainably fund the care sector as a report into the borough’s ongoing Covid-19 support for vulnerable residents was made public.
Our #CroydonTogether campaign to recognise and thank all those supporting their community during the Covid-19 pandemic has received a warm welcome in its first week. From notes of thanks left for Croydon’s bin men on their rounds; to shout-outs for staff in the NHS; rainbows in windows and flowers in gardens, @YourCroydon has been inundated with expressions of gratitude and respect for those on the frontline.
Croydon Council has today launched the #CroydonTogether campaign to recognise and support the efforts of all those working to care for, help and support their community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you are a nurse or doctor in the NHS; a teacher; a council worker supporting children or the elderly, collecting bins or cleaning streets; a community volunteer - or simply, a being good friend or neighbour – we want to hear from you.
Services for children and families in Croydon have been rated ‘good’ by Ofsted, two and a half years after the borough launched a major improvement drive. Inspectors found the service ‘dramatically improved’ and ‘transformed’ since its ‘inadequate’ judgement in September 2017.
Five-year plan launched to support residents to stay well for longer by making services more accessible in the heart of their communities.
Services for children in Croydon are improving faster, as ‘clear strategic direction’ and ‘dedicated focus on frontline practice’ ensures that ‘the experience of the child is at the centre’ of social care, Ofsted inspectors have found.
New eight-point plan aims to create the best conditions for residents to live longer, healthier lives.
A detailed study of the lives and experiences of 60 vulnerable young people, 23 girls and 37 boys, has today been published by Croydon Safeguarding Children Board (CSCB).
Croydon receives the Alzheimer’s Society's highest accolade for significant progress made to support residents living with dementia and their families.