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Community Music Group

Come along and take part in our community music sessions. An opportunity for children aged 2-5 years old and their parents and carers to take part in a fun music session aimed at: encouraging children to recognise…

Community Swimming Lessons at Burntwood School

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings, term time only
Wandsworth's Enable Leisure and Culture's community swim programme is an affordable way for children aged between five and 15 years to learn to swim  and improve their swimmming. The programme runs on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Burntwood School, Burntwood Lane, SW17 0AQ, during term…

The Compassionate Friends

The Compassionate Friends (TCF) is a charitable organisation of bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents dedicated to the support and care of other similarly bereaved family members who have suffered the death of a child or children of any age and from any cause. Many people…

Complaints and Information Team for Children's Services

We aim to make sure you are happy with our services. If, however, you are unhappy about any aspect of our services, please complain to us. Don't just put up with it! If something is wrong you should complain. Stage 1 If you are not…

Complaints Procedure for Council-run Schools

All school governing bodies are required to have a complaints procedure. This should be published and made available to you upon request. Academies and free or independent schools are required to have their own complaints procedures.  If your complaint is about a school …

Compton House Playground

A playground is a place where children can play on swings, slides and other outdoor equipment. Playgrounds are for use by all children, their parents and carers. Young children should be accompanied by an adult. At the playground, children can:

Consonant

Consonant (formerly Asylum Aid and migrants resource centre) assists refugees on their applications for asylum in the UK and offers advice on related areas such as appeal against refusal, welfare rights and housing. The service is for people seeking asylum in…

Contact - Wandsworth

Due to the present health climate and the most recent guidance issued by the government surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, we have been advised by Contact Head Office to cease all face to face office appointments, home visits, coffee mornings and Drop Ins as well as…

Contact - Benefits and Advice Helpline

This is a free, confidential helpline for parents of disabled children living in England, run by Contact offering high quality and up-to-date advice on welfare benefits. Contact is a charity for families with disabled children. Contact advisers will make sure that parents have the right information…

Contact - connecting with families across the UK

This service is for parents/carers of children with disabilities and special needs.  We have an online community where you can chat to other families about anything and everything that affects you and your child - from medical conditions to healthcare, holidays and higher education.  Get…