Merton Council is supporting Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on 18 March by expanding it into week of activity and is calling on people to spot and speak out against […]
The places where people live, work and play can have just as much impact on reducing childhood obesity as personal lifestyle choices, according to an independent report.
Residents who suspect that a child they know may be at risk of harm are being urged to report their concerns to the Merton Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH).
Eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm and addiction in secondary school-aged children will be discussed at the first parent conference hosted by local charity stem4.
The mayor of Merton visited children at Haslemere Primary School in Mitcham to hear what they had learnt about staying safe online with advice from the council as part of […]
Hundreds of music lovers braved the rain on Saturday to enjoy an international concert by young musicians which raised £1,500 for the mayor of Merton’s charities.
Dozens of refugee children will be spending their first Christmas in Merton after the council stepped in to offer help when the Calais Jungle camp was dispersed.
Zebras of all shapes and sizes walking to school have been drawn by Merton schoolchildren to make up calendars to be distributed in time for Christmas.
Children, young people and babies in care, victims of crime or domestic violence will have a merrier Christmas thanks to hundreds of generous gift donations organised by the council and […]
A special primary school is celebrating being hailed by Ofsted’s chief inspector as a happy and inspirational place, with leaders and governors committed to maintaining excellence that others can learn […]