Merton are one of nine London boroughs that can now access Family Drug and Alcohol Courts (FDAC), improving the lives of London children who face removal from their families because […]
Rachael Wardell will join Merton Council as their new Director of Children, Schools and Families in May 2018.
Join the fun for all ages at the brand new Colliers Wood Library this Saturday 24 Feb from 11am-4pm #ColliersWoodLibrary
Following the announcement of a national foster carer shortage, Merton is stepping up its recruitment campaign for more foster carers to provide homes for over 160 Merton children in care.
Merton Council are part of a pioneering initiative that has been jointly commissioned by five London boroughs to help young people stay out of care and deliver better outcomes for them and their […]
Every looked-after child in Merton will have a merrier Christmas thanks to hundreds of generous gift donations organised by the council and Merton Police. The Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Christmas Tree […]
Parents of children aged two and three are being reminded that they can help protect their little ones from flu this winter with one simple free nasal spray available from […]
New figures released show that the progress made by pupils across KS4 make Merton schools the best performing schools in the country in GCSEs. This comes as 100% of secondary […]
People interested in adopting a child will have a chance to meet adoptive parents at an event during National Adoption Week.
Merton schools have demonstrated strong GCSE performance again. This summer saw the first of a new series of significant changes in GCSEs in England. The content of English language, English […]