Keeping children safe
Report a concern about a child
Contact details for the children's social care.
The role of the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)
We have a duty to manage allegations and concerns about any person who works with children and young people in their area.
Our vision for children and young people
Our strategic priorities for keeping children and young people safe.
Statutory child death arrangements
The South West London (SWL) Child Death Overview Panel follows statutory guidance.
Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children
Unaccompanied asylum seeking children are considered 'Children in Need' and we support them accordingly.
The youngest age a child can work part-time is 13, except children involved in areas where they will require a licence to perform.
Early Help Assessment Tool (EHAT) for families
Information about EHAT for professionals to coordinate support and help quickly.
How we work with families
Read about how we deal with concerns and reports, child protection conferences and child protection plans.
Looked after and leaving care services
How our specialist service supports looked after children.
Reviewing arrangements for our Children in Care Council
If you are a child or young person in care, you can have your say about how we deliver our services by completing this questionnaire.
Specialist Support workers (SSW)
The Early Help team includes dedicated specialist support workers.
Sutton’s Children in Care Council (CiCC)
CiCC ensure that young people have a voice in the design of services that affect their lives and the lives of others in care.