1 in 5 children and young people in west London aren’t getting the support they need to thrive.

Louisa Mitchell is the Chief Executive of the West London Zone, a charity working in one of the most unequal parts of the country. West London Zone works to bridge the opportunity gap by providing 2-year personalised programmes of support that enable young people to progress socially, emotionally and academically so that they can thrive in adulthood.

In this video, Louisa discusses the partnership model they have in place, working with schools and numerous community stakeholders to provide support for vulnerable young people. She highlights how partnership working has helped to create personalised systems of support tailored to a child’s needs, helping them thrive in and outside of school.

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1 in 5 children and young people in West London aren’t getting the support they need to thrive. In this video, Louisa Mitchell, Chief Executive of West London Zone shares the benefits of working in partnership to create bespoke support systems for vulnerable children and young people to help them achieve their full potential.

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