Help us to develop our new free training programme that will offer further support and advice to residents who have experienced trauma.
February half-term starts next week and the council is working with partner organisations across Croydon to ensure there are a number of free activities to help keep children and young people engaged during the school holidays.
Croydon’s young leaders have reunited after taking a step back because of the global pandemic – and are working to improve mental health for young people in the borough as they relaunch the Croydon Youth Assembly.
Croydon is calling for more young people aged between 11-18 years old to join the borough’s youth forum and have a voice in the important issues affecting them and their community.
Croydon’s newest university has opened its door with more than 350 students starting their degrees this week.
The council’s youth service team is offering a busy programme of free activities for youngsters through the rest of October.
Croydon has become the first London borough to join with an award-winning social enterprise that helps ex-offenders into work
Early indications show Croydon’s A-level students have done well in external assessments announced yesterday (Thursday) as replacements for cancelled summer examinations.
Even more pupils are set to have safer and healthier journeys to school when 10 further Schools Streets are introduced in September, taking the total in Croydon to 21.
Supporting local families with young children and helping people with life-limiting conditions are the charity priorities of the new Mayor of Croydon.