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This report identifies the impact that 4Children children’s centres have on the lives and outcomes of children and families.Download the report
From service design and development, research and analysis, national programmes, to project consultancy, training and guidance - contact the 4Children Business Development team to see how we can work with youRead more
An executive summary on the most important outcomes Children’s Centres should be striving for in order to give all children positive early-years experiences.Download the report
4Children has been developing, influencing and shaping social policy for almost 30 years - our ideas can shape debates and actionsRead more
We devise and deliver a diverse portfolio of programmes across 0-19 age range including research projects, consultations and direct delivery work with children, young people and familiesRead more
4Children is committed to working with partners across statutory, voluntary and private sectors to develop sustainable child and family focused solutions to improving social and economic outcomes nationally and at the local level.
Through our growing portfolio of projects and relationships we are achieving real impacts, improving lives and supporting families to ensure their children have the best possible foundation for future wellbeing.
See our business development section for more details of how we can work with you to deliver quality support and services for children and families around the country,.
4Children’s ‘Reach Out’ project is helping children's centres improve the impact of their work with targeted, disadvantaged and vulnerable families. An outcomes framework is being developed with the early years sector and inspired by 4Children's partnership work with Professor Marmot at UCL to develop An Equal Start - improving outcomes in children's centres.Read More
4Children's radical plan to revolutionise the way children and family services are organisedRead More
We welcome announcement and call on all main political parties to offer real vision and leadership in next year’s general electionRead More
Call comes as new research from the charity shows 40% of the disposable income of an average family will be consumed by childcare costs in ten years time. 4Children, the national charity for children and families, is calling for a guarantee for quality, affordable childcare for every parent of a 0-14-year-old who needs it. A first step towards achieving this would be to extend the pupil premium, which supports children from poorer families, to pre-school children in the budget on 19 March.Read More
What to expect, when? is a simple guide that takes parents through the expectations of their child at each age band of the EYFS and outlines practical ways they can support their child’s learning and development.Read More
In 2013 4Children celebrated it's 30th year. From its origins and response to the changing working patterns of parents and the welfare of so called ‘latchkey’ children; to its pioneering work to deliver joined up local services and support today, children and families, including those with some of the most complex problems, are at the heart of all that we do. We look back at our main acheivemnts during 2013 and our aspirations for the future.Read More
Evidence tells us that children and family services are not working together as they should and all too often people still don’t know where to go to get help. Children and Family Hubs are proposed as a “game changer” for public services, building on a tried and tested approach in Sue Start Children’s Centres to extend their reach to wider services and social care that delivers better outcomes for all.Read More
If you would like to discuss how we can meet your service requirements or opportunities for business partnerships please contact the 4Children Business Development team.
020 7512 2112 and select option 4