On Monday 19 March 2018, nine young people from Merton attended a presentation, shared their experiences and received their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) at St. James’s Palace, London […]
Raynes Park High School (RPHS) has become the first state school in the country to be an accredited by the Tim Henman Foundation and BECSLink community. To celebrate the accreditation, […]
A celebration award ceremony was held on Thursday 8 March at Merton Arts Space, Wimbledon Library to recognise the work of Merton’s amazing Library Volunteers. The event was presented by […]
Merton Council is proud to be supporting the Together, we can tackle child abuse campaign again this year. The campaign, which affirms that all children have a right to be […]
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 […]
The South London Partnership is launching its skills strategy Skills for South Londoners at a conference with employers and skills providers today. High levels of skills, employment and entrepreneurship are […]
Rachael Wardell will join Merton Council as their new Director of Children, Schools and Families in May 2018.
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 opening a brand new purpose-built library on Monday 5 February in the centre of Colliers Wood to replace the former Donald Hope Library.
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 […]