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Visit the new Families in the Foundation Years website – for everything you need to know from pregnancy to age 5Read more
Give Me Strength is a national campaign, run by 4Children, which demands more help for families to avert crisisRead more
4Children’s Family Commission, chaired by Esther Rantzen, asked 10,000 families what they think about family life and support for families in Britain todayRead more
And at 4Children we don’t just talk about it, we do it!
To find out more about our work and the services and support availabe to families across the country, view the quick links below. You can also search for a 4Children nursery, out of school club, children’s centre or other family support in your area.
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Anne Longfield OBE comments on child sexual exploitation ahead of the #WeProtect Children Online summit taking place today and tomorrow in London.Read More
4Children's radical plan to revolutionise the way children and family services are organisedRead More
A Case Study by RAF Leuchars on Partnership Working with a local schoolRead More
Sheringham Hub is based within Sheringham Nursery School and Children’s Centre in Newham and reaches out to a growing network of providers which currently includes 7 early years’ settings, 7 local primary schools and a network of more than 20 childminders.Read More
Wooler is located in rural Northumberland. The Hub’s catchment area encompasses a 10 mile radius of Wooler and members include primary schools, a children’s centre, a playgroup and two childminders. Prior to the set-up of the Hub, many of the existing providers were part of the Local Authority’s Early Years Network.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
The findings of this year’s Children’s Centre census attest to the important role at the heart of their communities they support. For the second year running, demand for services is at record levels, with over one million families supported and receiving services delivered through Children’s Centres on a regular basis.Read More
To capture the views of young people on the impact of the Airplay programme a digital artist visited six RAF stations to develop a 'film in a day'.Read More
If you know anyone who is separating or separated, you can use the new Sorting Out Separation web app where you’ll find tools and signposts to organisations offering specialist support.
The app aims to help separated couples and parents work together to achieve what’s best for themselves and their children.
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