Category Archives: LBHF Directory of Services HS

Hammersmith & Fulham Directory of Services Index: Healthy Schools

Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health (EWMH), and Personal Social Health and Economic Education (PSHE)

Healthy Eating, Oral Health and Physical Activity

 

Advance – Domestic Violence and Abuse Charity

Contact:
Georgia

Email:   georgia.j@advancecharity.org.uk
Tel No:  020 8741 7008
Website: http://advancecharity.org.uk

Borough: RBKC, WCC and LBHF

Provision Summary:
Advance is a domestic abuse project offering support to women and girls residing in the tri-borough (Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea) who are experiencing abuse from their current partner, ex-partner and/or family members. This includes physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse, as well as harmful practices such as so-called ‘honour-based’ violence, FGM and forced marriage.

Advance’s offering includes a specialist service for young women: a Young Person’s IDVA, who works with women and girls aged 13-25. The Young Person’s IDVA offers a crisis intervention, advocacy and support service, whilst ensuring the voice of young person informs every stage of the process. The Young Person’s IDVA also works in partnership with key agencies, youth services and communities to improve their awareness of domestic violence and its impact on young people.

Target Group: Secondary Schools

Cost implication for the school: Free

Trees For Cities – Edible Playgrounds

Contact:
Paul Sadler
Edible Playgrounds Project Development Officer

Address:
Prince Consort Lodge,
Kennington Park,
Kennington Park Place,
London
SE11 4AS

Email: paul@treesforcities.org
Mobile No: 07591387266
Website: https://www.treesforcities.org/our-work/edible-playgrounds

Borough: All London Boroughs

Provision Summary:
Edible Playgrounds transform school grounds into vibrant outdoor teaching gardens that inspire hands-on learning and get children excited about growing and eating healthy food. They help improve health and wellbeing, open up access to nature, and provide a fun outdoor learning environment that supports cross-curriculum teaching.

The Edible Playgrounds programme offers a comprehensive service comprising engagement of the whole school community, design, build, planting with pupils, teacher training, and planning support throughout the academic year. The uniqueness and value of the programme lies in embedding food-growing into the school curriculum across all subjects so that teachers learn to teach through gardening, not to become gardeners themselves. This approach builds teachers’ skills and confidence to use their Edible Playground in fresh, innovative ways as an outdoor teaching resource.

Target Group: Primary School / Secondary School

Cost implication for the school: A typical Edible Playground project costs £30,000 with schools asked to make a contribution of no more than £5,000 plus VAT. Trees for Cities will meet the remaining cost through our corporate funders. We can advise you on where best to access specific grants and funding.

Kooth

Contact:
Denise Brown
Integration & Participation Worker

Email Address:  dbrown@xenzone.com
Website:             Kooth.com
Alternative Website: Xenzone.com
Mobile:                07983556071

Borough:  Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham

Provision Summary:
Kooth is an online counselling and emotional well-being support service providing young people aged 11-25 within Bi-Borough and Hammersmith & Fulham. A free, safe and anonymous means of accessing support with their emotional health and wellbeing from a professional team of qualified counsellors, as well as a range of self help tools.

This service has no referrals or waiting lists. Kooth is accessible through mobile, tablet and desktop and free to use seven days per week until 10pm

Target Group:   Secondary school (Ages 11-25)

Cost Implication for Schools:  No

Food Growing Schools: London

Contact:
Colette Bond
Head of Education

Address:
Garden Organic,
Ryton Organic Gardens
Coventry
CV8 3LG

Email:    admin@foodgrowingschools.org
Website: www.foodgrowingschools.org
Tel No:    0207 065 0889

Borough: London wide

Provision Summary:
Food Growing Schools: London brings together the very best of London’s food growing expertise, information and support, with the ambition to inspire and equip every school in London to grow their own food.

This exciting project is a partnership initiative led by Garden Organic and working together with the RHS, School Food Matters, Capital Growth, Trees for Cities, Food for Life and Mayor of London. We work with both experienced schools and those new to food growing, to provide free resources and advice, develop skills and expertise, and connect schools with community volunteers and businesses to build sustainable networks of support.

Our support is wide ranging with many resources available via our website and we cover the following:

  • FGSL Directory offers an extensive list of local, London-wide and national organisations that offer all different sorts of support so you can make links that work for your school.
  • Curriculum ideas: lesson plans and ideas on linking food growing throughout the curriculum
  • Food growing guides and resources
  • Help to find free or low-cost gardening materials and tools
  • Competitions to win gardening items, vouchers, or a visit from one of our team
  • Termly themes: Grow Your Own Picnic, Grow Your Own Business, and Growing Around the World.

How to get involved:

Target Group: Schools of all ages and types

Cost implication for the school: None

The Diana Award

Contact:
Daniel Gothard,
Awards Coordinator

Address:
1 Mark Square
London
EC2A 4EG

Email: award-info@diana-award.org.uk / daniel.gothard@diana-award.org.uk
Tel:     020 3934 2160
Website: http://diana-award.org.uk/
Alternative website: antibullyingpro.com

Borough: All boroughs

Provision Summary:
This is an international award scheme celebrating youth social action in Diana Princess of Wales’ legacy, alumni programme upskilling young people in employability and social action skills, mentoring disadvantaged and at-risk young people and anti-bullying campaign and training programmes.

Target Groups: Primary and Secondary Schools

Cost implication for schools: FREE