You can find out more about West London Zone by downloading our publications below.

Since our launch in 2016, we have learnt a huge amount about delivering impactful programmes for children in our Zone, and doing this collectively with our community – children, families, schools, funders, local authorities, other charities and people from our neighbourhood.

Our Collective Impact in Practice report tells the story of the children and young people who participated in West London Zone between 2016-18. It also charts the development of our model and shares what we have learnt during this time. It is the first major report we have published since our Pilot project in 2015/16.

Our Audited Accounts provide further detail on West London Zone's finances.


Collective Impact in Practice Report 2018


Our Pilot Project

Our pilot project was our starting point. Having designed our model in 2014/15 with local schools, charities and other organisations, in 2015/16 we conducted a Pilot across three settings: a nursery in a children’s centre, a primary school, and a secondary school. Whilst the Pilot was intended primarily as a test to see if our complex delivery model could function effectively, it also achieved some positive early results, which we discuss in our ‘Pilot Review’, available below. Because of the success of the pilot, we formally launched in September 2016 and have grown and improved our impact significantly since then.

Audited Accounts 2018-2019

Audited Accounts 2017-2018


Audited Accounts 2016-2017


Audited Accounts 2015-2016