Achieving for Children

Who we are and how we work

Who we are

  • Protection and Early Help
  • Social Care
  • Education Services
  • Business Services

How we work

How we do business

Achieving for Children is a non-profit social enterprise owned by the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and contracted to provide their children’s services.

In most circumstances commissioners and providers are separate to one another; however Achieving for Children’s unique position as a community interest company means we are able to provide services directly and commission others to deliver services on our behalf.

You can view our senior leadership structure chart on this page.

Our partnerships

Achieving for Children works together with many organisations and local people in a range of partnerships. We are committed to commissioning jointly with our partners. Excellent children’s services cannot be delivered in isolation and we regularly work with health services, the police and schools to identify ways of commissioning services together so duplication is reduced, resources are pooled and better value for money is found.

We aim to develop new relationships with organisations such as the voluntary and community sector, which would be of benefit to Achieving for Children and to children, young people and their families. This is particularly relevant where there is demand for services which are outside the expertise of our company. We aim to improve communication with these groups and be clear about the commissioning opportunities available.

Our gender pay gap

You can find information on our gender pay gap on this page.

Achieving for Children