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Worried about a child?

If you are worried about a child, that they may be experiencing neglect or abuse, whether it is a family member or someone living nearby, phone 020 7527 7400 at any time. Alternatively, you could speak to a teacher, headteacher, health visitor, school nurse or GP.…

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We take your feedback seriously. Here are some examples of recent comments and our responses including changes we have made.

Young Children with Speech, Language and Communication Delay or Difficulties

Young children’s speech, language and communication skills develop at different speeds. Sometimes it can be delayed, and children may need extra help to progress. The delay or difficulty may be in: Attention and listening Comprehension (understanding spoken language, understanding specific vocabulary) Expressive language (developing vocabulary,…

Young People's Sexual Health and Contraceptive Services

Find details of young people's sexual health and contraceptive services in Islington.

Youth Council

Could you be one of Islington’s next youth councillors? Watch the Islington Youth Council film 'Getting involved', to learn more about what the youth councillors do If you are aged 13-17, live or go to school in Islington or are looked after by Islington Council,…

Youth Employment Bulletin

Apprenticeships, training and other employment-related opportunities.  Latest information on vacancies and employability opportunities for 12 September 2019 and 10 September 2019.  Our Apprenticeship and work-based training provider page also has links to local training providers and opportunities.

‘Waves of Intervention’ – Quality First Teaching

The Waves of Intervention Model The 'Waves of Intervention' model (national Strategies) describes how different levels of intervention can be understood and systematically implemented. Wave 1 (Universal): describes quality inclusive teaching which takes into account the learning needs of all the children in the classroom.…