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Welcome to Wexham Road Children’s Centre

Wexham Road Children’s Centre is a purpose built centre offering a wide range of services including funded early education for 2, 3 and 4 year olds. The activities programme includes fun activities for families, informative workshops for parents, a wide range of health services, information and advice…

Welcome to Yew Tree Road Children’s Centre

Yew Tree Road Children’s Centre is a purpose built centre offering a wide range of services including funded early education for 2, 3 and 4 year olds. The activities programme includes fun activities for families, informative workshops for parents and children, a range of health…

What is a parent & toddler group?

A parent and toddler group is an informal session where parents, carers, childminders and their children can go to have fun and meet new people. Parents and carers stay with, and are responsible for, their children throughout the session. Most groups meet once a week…

What to do when things go wrong? How to raise concerns about services

We want to work together with parents, young people and our partners to make the SEND process go smoothly for everyone. The following information will assist you to contact the relevant team or service to help you with your enquiry.

Working on leaving school - apprenticeships, traineeships, internships, volunteering

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If you are thinking about getting a full time job once you leave school, there are several things you have to consider. The law says that young people must stay in Education or Training up until the age of 18.  This means that if you…

Worried about your child's safety

If you have any concerns about the welfare or safety of a child or if you think that a child might be being abused and you want to talk to someone about it you can contact Slough Children First on 01753 875362 or  you can call…

Young people not in education, employment or training (NEET)

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From Summer 2015 young people have a statutory duty to participate in learning or training until their 18th birthday. The options available include full time education at school or college, an Apprenticeship or Traineeship, other full time work including volunteering alongside part-time education or training,…

YoungMinds Crisis Messenger

The YoungMinds Crisis Messenger text service provides free, 24/7 crisis support across the UK. If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need support.   Text YM 85258 (link will open a text message if you are on a phone).  

Your child's health and wellbeing

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Living a healthy lifestyle is important for people of every age so whether you need information about healthy eating, have concerns about your child/young person's health or development, information about drugs & alcohol or need some more confidential information then you can search our his directory…

Your child's safety

Keeping children safe is really important and we need to be aware of situations that might be a cause for concern. This section of the website provides you information on support available when you are worried about your child's safety and behaviour. Not found what…