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Working Families

Working Families is the UK's leading work-life balance charity, supporting parents and carers on employment rights, campaigning for changes in the law and helping employers to develop family friendly work practices.Their confidential legal helpline offers free, impartial advice on a wide range of issues relating to reconciling…

Working Tax Credit (WTC)

Working Tax Credits (WTC) can increase your income. A tax credit is money you can receive regularly from the Government. WTC is paid to people in work who are on low and middle incomes, including those who do not have children. Tax credits increase a family's…

WorkRight Employment Scheme

The Workright Employment Scheme is run by Wandsworth Council and supports disabled people aged 18 years and over living in the Borough, to gain experience and skills which will help them to get a permanent job and stay in employment. This scheme is for people with physical…

Workshop 305 - Coronavirus

Workshop 305 are closed at the moment but they are busy supporting their service users remotely.  Visit the Projects page on their website for lots of ideas, including Project Packs and Video Workshop guides. *********************************************************************************** Workshop 305 offers a range of arts…

Worried About A Child or Young Person - Child sexual exploitation leaflet

This leaflet is produced by Wandsworth Safeguarding Children and Young People Board (WSCB). The leaflet provides useful information on where to go for help. The leaflet contains advice on what to do if you are worried about a child or young person who may be…

WSCB Child Sexual Exploitation Strategy

Challenging and eradicating child sexual exploitation requires a clear strategy and a co-ordinated multi-agency response, to be successful. The strategy is for professionals working with families in Wandsworth. Sexual exploitation can incorporate: sexual; physical; and emotional…

WSCB Protocol for Young Runaways and Missing Children and Young People

Running away is when a child or young person chooses to leave home or care without permission. The majority of young people who run away from home do so to avoid what's going on in their personal circumstances and usually see…

Yawara Karate & Anglo Japanese Judo

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Learn basic Martial Arts self-defence skills using Yawara Karate and Anglo Japanese Judo in Wandsworth.  First lesson free. These sessions are for children aged 4 - 16 years, parents and carers welcome. Karate and Judo are the ideal sports for people wanting to: build self-confidence, learn balance and…

Year 6 to 7 Transition to Secondary School Sept 2020

Monday 3 August - Friday 7 August (3:00pm daily)
Wandsworth's Autism Advisory Service are also focusing on how to support  children with asd in year 6 with preparation for their transition to secondary school this September, whilst they are on lockdown.  This will be through five workshops held using Zoom in August.  Book your…

Yes Chef!

Interested in a career in catering? Aged 18 - 25 with mild or moderate learning disabilities? Then Yes Chef! is for you! Share is delivering this programme for young adults who: want to work; enjoy working around food; and need additional support in order…