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  1. Family First Aiders

    Baby First Aid for parents, families and children's professionals. Classes provided in your own home and local children's centres across North London Profits raised help us to provide free courses for the families of children  most at risk or in need....

  2. Hornsey Ridge Playgroup

    Playgroup - We are a vibrant and friendly pre-school providing flexible and affordable early years education for 2-4 year old children during the school term times. We have well qualified and experienced staff who have worked together with families for...

  3. Disability, Pregnancy and Parenthood

    Disability, Pregnancy and Parenthood (DPPi) provides information to Deaf people, disabled people and those with long-term conditions, their families and service providers, on pregnancy, birth and parenting. DPPI is here to build bridges: bridges between...

  4. Muswell Hill Primary School

    Joy, Discovery, Diversity. Our vision is for all children to experience the joy of learning and discovery in a school community where we respect each other and celebrate diversity. We are continually seeking new and innovative ways of making the curriculum...

  5. Challenge Group

    The Challenge Group is a playgroup for families with babies and children with additional needs. It is a place where people can chat informally over a cup of coffee or tea and a piece of homemade cake. We have many DBS-checked volunteers who can help play...

  6. Department of Health

    The Department of Health has responsibility for all standards of health care in the country, including the NHS. It provides health policy, guidance and publication for NHS and social care professionals. The Department of Health (DH) exists to improve...

  7. Young Adults Service

    Some children and young people are not able to live at home with their parents. Instead, they are looked after by the local authority, perhaps in residential care or by foster carers. From the age of 16, young people start to prepare for the next phase...

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