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Independent Futures, Leaving Care Service, Children's Social Care

Independent Futures works with all young people who have been looked after by Islington (Islington care leavers) aged 16-21 who are in the process of making the transition from the care system to independent living.   Independent Futures also continutes to work with Islington care…

Islington Family Group Conference Service (FGC), Targeted & Specialist Children & Families Services

The Family Group Conference (FGC) Service provides independent FGC co-ordinators who work with families and professionals to bring them together in a decision making forum called a Family Group Conference (FGC). The FGC ethos is around empowering children and their families. The emphasis is always…

Islington Integrated Gangs Team

The Integrated Gangs Team (IGT) works with gang violence affected young people aged 10 to 24 involving the police, children's services, youth and community, youth offending and probation services, the NHS, and specialist voluntary agencies who are co-located to provide a joined up and intelligence-led…

Islington Safeguarding Children Board (ISCB) Localo Offer Flash

Islington Safeguarding Children Board (ISCB) is a multi-agency body responsible for ensuring that agencies work well together to safeguard and protect children and young people from harm, and improve their welfare and well-being. What is Safeguarding? Promoting the welfare, well-being and opportunities of children; agencies…

Islington Virtual School for care experienced children and young people Localo Offer Flash

Islington Virtual School provides information, advice and support to improve the education, learning and life chances of children and young people who are or have been in care. We are required by law to appoint a Virtual School Head, whose purpose is to ensure we…

Just for Kids Law

Just for Kids Law’s vision is for all children and young people in the UK to have their legal rights and entitlements respected and promoted, and their voices heard and valued. Our advocates offer tailored, one-to-one support every step of the way. The School Exclusions…

The Keel Project

The Keel Project works with families experiencing domestic violence and abuse who are referred to Safeguarding and Family Support in the usual way via the Children’s Services Contact Team (CSCT). CSCT will ascertain whether the Children’s Social Care or Early Help criteria are met as would…

Licensing of Children in Entertainment

It is against the law for a child to take part in performances for television, radio or film, or in sport or modelling work in circumstances where payment is made to the child or to someone on their behalf, unless they have a licence to…

Nightstop London

Nightstop London helps low risk young people, aged 16 to 25 who are currently homeless and in need of safe emergency accommodation. We help place young people in the homes of our trained and vetted London volunteers on a night-by-night basis. If you are interested…

Safeguarding Children and Young People's Clinic at University College Hospital, UCH

This is a clinic dedicated to the long term complex needs of children and young people who are sexually abused or have problems related to sexual and gynaecological health, pregnancy or other types of child abuse including female genital mutilation and trafficking. Unaccompanied children, refugees…

Safer London Mentoring

Our mentoring programme matches young people who have been affected by gangs, or are at risk of offending, with volunteers who want to help them reach their full potential. Safer London’s mentoring is one of a kind. We spend a lot of time making sure…

School Admissions / Children Out of School

The School Admissions Team provides information on Islington schools and a point of contact for Islington residents requiring a Primary or Secondary school place. For information on Islington Schools please visit the Islington website where you can find information about applying for a school place and for Islington…

School Wellbeing Service

The School Wellbeing Service, SWS, is a new service that supports children, young people and families experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties such as, worries, anxiety, stress and low mood. The SWS works together with schools and colleges to build on the excellent mental health provisions already available in the borough and is part of a national programme. The SWS aims to improve…

School-Home Support, SHS

School-Home Support (SHS) is a charity working with children and families to maximise educational opportunities and improve life chances. Partnering with schools, local authorities and families, SHS looks beyond the classroom to understand and tackle the issues affecting children's learning. We work with families and…

Siblings Together

A fun and creative way for siblings separated in care and adoption to come together for the day, to share a positive experience, learn new skills and have a fun day out within a neutral space. Siblings Together also runs summer residential camps (contact the…

Specialist Family Support Service, Children in Need, Children's Social Care

This is a service for high-level children in need, children subject to a Child Protection plan, children on the edge of care and children whose care plan is rehabilitation that requires an undiluted specialist level of support that can prevent an escalation of risk and…

Targeted Youth Support and Youth Offending Service, TYS/YOS Localo Offer Flash

Youth Offending Service, YOS: works with 10-17 year olds who are at risk of offending or have offended. The service does this by:- working with young people to help them understand the consquences of offending on themselves, their families, victims of crime and their local…

Victim Support

Support for people who have been victims of crime, either reported or unreported. There are several projects running in Islington including support for young people who have been victims of crime.

Weblink: Barnardo's 

Charity supporting abused, neglected and vulnerable children.

Weblink: Cafcass 

Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, Cafcass represents children in family court cases, making sure that children's voices are heard. It is independent of the courts, social services, education and health authorities and all similar agencies.