What does this mean for young people? Click to get info
You told us that you need more information on opportunities to empower you to succeed. Our Life Chances programme will support you to find out about the opportunities you want – be that work experience, apprenticeships, or employment opportunities – or the advice you need – from housing to health.
Over the coming months, we will work with young people to create an Opportunity Bank that matches young people’s individual need with an individual solution. If you are interested in being part of this development, contact email@example.com.
The Waltham Forest Directory provides links to organisations and information that can offer support on many topics, including health, education, and money
What does this mean for parents? Click to get info
Parents are key to the life chances of their children. We will work with parents and resident groups to make it easier to access childcare and support the youngest children at home.
We will shortly launch a new Early Years and Childcare Strategy that sets out our new approach to supporting access to childcare, and new Childcare Sufficiency Assessment to ensure we have sufficient places. Our new Children and Family centre, The Junction, will increase the number of centres to five.
For parents of the youngest children, the Waltham Forest Directory has a wealth of information on childcare options, free childcare and our Children and Family Centres
For parents of older children, we will provide more support for during transitions and throughout life, including more resources for those important conversations on next steps and future careers. We will work with parents on what they need through workshops, schools, parents evenings and parents groups.
What does this mean for early years settings, schools and colleges? Click to get info
To improve life chances of our young people, we must work in partnership with our early years settings, our schools and our colleges.
Over the coming months we will work closely with our early years centres, schools and colleges to ensure we collaborate as effectively as possible to deliver widespread high-quality education for our young people, and best support them and their parents to access the information and opportunities that they need to succeed.
If you want to find out more about how your organisation can get involved, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
What does this mean for businesses? Click to get info
Over the coming months we will collaborate with local businesses to ensure that we are doing as much as possible to provide young people with advice, work experience, apprenticeships and employment opportunities. We will also work with businesses to promote the Living Wage and seek to establish a Living Wage Zone.
Our businesses have a wealth of knowledge and experience, and we will look at options to more effectively connect them to our young people, including through mentorship
If you want to find out more about how your business can get involved, please contact email@example.com