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What is Safeguarding? (Children 0 to 17)

It is everyone's responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people.  You should always report your concerns, even if the person you suspect to be abusing or neglecting a child or young person is someone you know well.

What is Safeguarding? Adults (18+)

It is everyone's responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of vulnerable people.  You should always report your concerns, even if the person you suspect to be abusing or neglecting a vulnerable person is someone you know well. If…

Which? University website general information

The consumer group Which?  have launched Which? University website. This is a free-to-use, independent source of expert information and advice to help students find the right degree course and university for them. As well as offering advice about choosing your University and course, there are…

Wikis in Wandsworth

Find out about why your son or daughter would benefit from having a free Wandsworth Wiki personal website. Not sure what a Wiki is?  Visit a Wiki about how a Wiki can support your child - Prefer to read about Wikis? - Local Offer Wiki Information…

Willow Hearing Support Centre at Sellincourt Primary School

The Willow Hearing Support Centre is a highly specialist primary education centre for deaf children located at Sellincourt Primary School. Willow Hearing Support Centre (HSC) is a Mainstream provision combined with a highly specialist education centre for multi-sensory impaired children aged 3 to 11 years…

yourDSA

This website can help students and their families understand what the disabled students' allowance (DSA) is, how to apply for it, how to arrange a needs assessment, how much funding you will get if you are eligible and much more.  The website includes a Disabled Students' Road…

Youth custody, children and young people with special educational needs

The Children and Families Act 2014 set out a new legal framework for children and young people with SEN  (special educational needs) in youth custody.  This change commenced on 1 April 2015. The attached document from the Council for Disabled Children (CDC) has a range of information for young people, parents/carers,…

Youth Offending Team

The Youth Offending Team (YOT) work with young people predominantly aged 10-18 years living in Wandsworth who have been, or are at risk of, getting into trouble with the police; who are on bail or remanded in custody; or who have received a court order…