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The Challenging Behaviour Foundation

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation is a small, national charity for children and adults with severe learning disabilities who display behaviour described as challenging, and their families. The CBF supports families by: providing information about challenging behaviour offering peer support for family carers and professionals…

Changing Places toilets in and around Wandsworth

Over a 1/4 million people need Changing Places toilets to enable them to get out and about and enjoy the day-to-day activities many of us take for granted. The Changing Places Consortium launched its campaign in 2006 on behalf of the over 1/4 of…

Charcoal Grill - welcomes WAND Card holders

WAND Card holders are welcome at the Charcoal Grill. As with any new place you are taking your child or young person, it can be a good idea to: call ahead before your first visit to find out when…

Charlie Round-Turner Photography - welcomes WAND Card holders

WAND Card holders are welcome at this photographers.As with any new place you are taking your child or young person, it can be a good idea to: email and ask to speak to the photographer, and ask if…
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Chesterton Children's Centre

A message from Wandsworth Children's Centres Dear Parents and Carers, The children’s centres are now delivering a blended programme of virtual and centre based activities for the most vulnerable children livening in the Borough. If you feel you are in need of additional support then…

Chesterton Primary School

Primary school nursery class or nursery school
Chesterton Primary School provides education for up to 460 children. The school is located in the Battersea area. This school caters for boys and girls aged between 3-11 years old. All Wandsworth schools: offer a curriculum which covers the National Curriculum;…

Chestnut Grove Academy

Secondary school
Chestnut Grove School became a new-style, high performing Academy for boys and girls aged 11-19 in July 2011 . It has 907 pupils on roll. Academy schools are state-funded schools that are funded directly by central government and are independent of direct control by the local authority.

CHICKS

CHICKS provide week long respite breaks for disadvantaged children from across the UK, who would not otherwise have a break in that year. The children they support come from a variety of backgrounds from those living in poverty, children that are being…
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Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) - Springfield Hospital - Coronavirus

CAMHS services are still receiving referrals and treating young people during Covid-19 Crisis (some treatment will be via telephone and the internet during this difficult time). Routine referrals continue to be via our Single Point of Access (SPA): 0203 513 6631 and ssg-tr.wandsworthCAMHSreferral@nhs.net We have…

Child Benefit

Child Benefit is a tax-free payment that parents claim for their children.  There are separate rates payable for each child. Child Benefit payments usually stop when the child reaches 16, unless they are in education or training.  It is not paid beyond age…