Lockdown has impacted on young people’s self-confidence and engagement in school

Our latest survey reveals that the need has grown for West London Zone young people, particularly for those in secondary school. Read more

What a year it has been so far

West London Zone Link Worker and qualified councillor, Juanita shares her insight and advice ahead of World Mental Health Day. Read more

Why we must stay hopeful about children’s futures

A series of reports released in the last month reveal that, even before Covid-19, the attainment gap in the UK was widening and our children’s wellbeing suffering. Early reports on the effect of lockdown show that Covid-19 has only deepened these existing problems. However, I believe we must remain hopeful. We can only help this generation of children get back on track by focusing on solutions and staying positive about their futures. Read more

The attainment gap

Vulnerable children need intensive, personalised support to help them re-engage with friends, school and learning after lockdown. Read more

Recovery planning for London’s civil society

On Thursday 21st May our Chief Executive Louisa Mitchell was one of the key speakers at a briefing session, hosted by London Plus, on the topic of Recovery planning for London’s civil society. Read more

Impact for Children - Recent Results

Results on impact from our second cohort of children who finished their two-year WLZ programmes. Read more

LBHF Community Fun Day 2019

Read more about our first Community Fun Day of the Summer at the White City Adventure Playground! Read more

Coffee, Cake and Impact

Read Laura Chitty from Oliver Wyman's blog post about working with WLZ. Read more

West London Zone Newsletter - March 2019

Read our latest newsletter here! Read more