Young people

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We work with schools and colleges to find out what young people are doing, or planning to do. 
The Duke of Edinburgh Award (DofE) is a nationally and internationally recognised youth achieveme
Provision delivered by the council and its partners to assist residents into sustainable employment.   
Gangs Unite CIC is a youth-focused social action group
We work with young people from the Young Advisors charity and the Youth Independent Advisory Group to involve young residents
Options to help you find the information you need to decide on your next step.
You have a right to see information that is written about you. This includes your Children’s Services files.
Support for children and young people who provide care to a parent, carer or sibling with a disability, health issue, or other needs.
Many young people will keep living with their foster carer until they’re 18, however some 16 to 18 year-olds may feel they’re ready for more independence.
You officially leave care when you’re 18. It can be an exciting yet scary and stressful time.
The Care Leaver’s Offer is our commitment to children in care and care leavers to do all we can t
This section is about the financial support to help you start your own tenancy after you leave care.
Waltham Forest Youth Offending Service (YOS) is a team made up of professionals from different or