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  1. Women's Aid is the national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children. Our mission is to advocate for abused women and children and to ensure their safety by working locally and nationally. Women's Aid does this by offering support and a place of…
  2. Young Pleasance is part of the Pleasance Theatre giving young people the opportunity to rehearse, learn, devise, share skills, and perform as part of a focused and motivated ensemble, recognising that drama is an essential part of learning and growth for young people on an…
  3. Youth Skills Network, YSN, is a non-profit organisation set up to help young people reach their full potential through a range of media projects and activities. It is also a useful training ground for young people wanting to pursue a career in media.
  4. Early Years Centre
    Monday to Friday, 8.00am to 6pm.
    Bright Start Islington Westbourne Early Years Centre is one of the centres directly managed by the council offering integrated care and education in an inclusive multicultural environment. We are a supportive setting with friendly, experienced and qualified staff including a qualified teacher. We believe that the nursery experience…
  5. Monday to Friday, 8.55am to 3.30pm; Breakfast Club: 7.45am; After School Club: 3.30-6pm
    Whitehall Park is a mixed Free School. Free Schools are independently managed, all ability schools funded by the government. They are run on a not-for-profit basis and the governing body sets its own admission criteria. All schools are inspected regularly by Ofsted (the Office for Standards…
  6. Community Nursery
    Morning session: 9am to 12pm; afternoon session 1-4pm. All day session 9am to 3pm, or 10am to 4pm. This includes lunchtime. Term-time only.
    A beautiful community nursery set in the heart of Whittington Park.  Places prioritised for two, three and four year olds eligible for free early education, paying places also available. We provide a safe and caring home-like environment, in which children are encouraged to explore and…
  7. Whizz-Kidz transforms the lives of disabled children by providing the equipment, support and life skills they need, when they need them – giving them the chance to develop their full potential. We believe that every young disabled person has the right to a fun and…
  8. Various Dates - all sessions run from 10am - 3pm - see session information below
    These Free Youth Clubs are for people who want to meet up and try new activities with other young people, and are for wheelchair users aged between 8 and 25 years.  Healthcare Support is provided at these clubs, specifically support with additional medical needs. Our free youth…
  9. Private Nursery
    Monday to Friday, 7.30am to 6.30pm
    Play Learn Grow - William Elliott Nursery School (WENS) offers high quality childcare in a spacious, fully equipped, secure and stimulating environment. Our team of experienced and dedicated staff work closely with your child supporting them to develop the independence, self-esteem and social skills they…
  10. School day 8.55am to 3.30pm. Breakfast club from 8.00am. After-school club open to 6.00pm.
    William Tyndale is a mixed academy. Academies are independently managed and the governing body sets its own admissions criteria. All schools are inspected regularly by Ofsted (the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills). To see the latest report about this school go to www.ofsted.gov.uk…
  11. Children's Centres
    Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm. Summer closure 16 to 27 August 2021.
    Bright Start Islington Willow Children's Centre achieved 'Outstanding' in the last Ofsted inspection. 'The inspirational senior management team creates a highly focused ethos, which is reflected in the positive attitudes of staff, parents and children. Meeting children's care, well-being and learning needs is central to all that they do’. The…
  12. School day 8.55am to 3.30pm. Breakfast club from 8.15am. After school club open to 6pm.
    Winton Primary School is a community school, which means that it is financed by public money and managed by the Local Authority, which also sets the admission requirements. Winton Primary School Nursery is one of the school nurseries in Islington offering part-time free early learning for…
  13. Working With Men (WWM) promotes the active involvement of fathers in their children’s lives and develop tailored services to engage with their specific needs in different localities. The mission of Working with Men is to identify unmet need among marginalised and excluded boys and men, demonstrate how…
  14. School day 9.10am to 3.30pm. After school club open to 6.00pm.
    Yerbury Primary School is a community school, which means that it is financed by public money and managed by the Local Authority, which also sets the admission requirements. All schools are inspected regularly by Ofsted (the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills).…
  15. After-school from 3.45pm, weekends and summer holidays; Pre-school drama classes on Monday; Phone for details
    Young Actors Theatre, Islington offers drama classes and productions for ages 18 months to adult. Classes run after school, evenings and weekends all year and there are summer schools and half-term workshops. Pre-school classes run on Monday morning.
  16. Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 5:30pm. Parents Information Helpline: Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 4pm
    YoungMinds provides an information service for parents and cares with concerns about the mental health of a child or young person. Training and consultancy are provided to frontline staff such as teachers, social workers and youth workers. A wide range of publications for young people,…
  17. Monday, Wednesday, 6.30-8.30pm
    Free for all young people aged 11 to 18 We provide a safe and friendly environment to enjoy different activities, have a space to study or relax, and meet others. Activities: multi-sports, study space, IT suite (and courses), cooking, chill out space, games (pool, table football, play station, board games), arts & craft, trips…
  18. Every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday between 7-10pm
    CYP Youth Club is our core programme, augmented by various fixed-term projects. It is a physical, social and cultural space for young people to feel safe and have a sense of belonging. Children and young people are encouraged to explore new opportunities, whilst being supported to…
  19. Islington's Youth Council allows young people in Islington to make themselves heard and make decisions about how and where money is spent on their services. Elected youth councillors, led by a Young Major and Deputy Mayor, will work together to represent local young people. Youth…
  20. The YCSMAS Team has been created in response to the growing number of young people referred for counselling and/or substance misuse support with comorbid presentations. It is a holistic health service for young people that integrates two specialist Targeted Youth Service teams: TYS Youth Counselling Service IYPDAS (Islington Young…