We are an award-winning not-for-profit social enterprise company delivering a full range of children’s and school improvement services.read more
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This section will tell you where you can find out about our services for children, young people and families.read more
This section will tell you how to contact our services, and how to contact us if you have a safeguarding concern about a child.read more
Achieving for Children and Kingston Council have been praised by Ofsted inspectors in a letter published today, following a two […]
It was a pleasure to welcome Vince Cable MP to our Twickenham offices to see some of the fantastic […]
Our Way2Work & Adult Community Learning Manager, Barri Ghai, and Councillor Nancy Baldwin visited Siobhan Randell at apprenticeship provider, White Hat this […]
We have developed an improvement package to support local authorities in raising the quality and performance of children’s services in their area. We are already working with a number of authorities across the country.
We provide an extensive range of services for schools, including: school improvement and curriculum support, governor support, educational psychology, online safeguarding advice, school business support, school workforce development.
We believe in taking a preventative approach to working with children and their families. We have developed a package of support to help local authorities to rethink their approach to early help services while improving outcomes for children.
We provide the full range of children’s social care services. We support our social workers to undertake creative methods of intervention to ensure the voice of the child is at the centre of service development.
We provide a wide range of statutory services to schools in Kingston and Richmond, along with the additional enhanced support that schools can choose to purchase.
Albany Outdoors is our outdoor, adventure and water activity centre next to the Thames in Kingston.