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Your spotlight on local services

Youth Champion’s

What are Healthwatch Bexley Youth Champions?

Youth Champions are young people within organisations or schools; that Healthwatch Bexley engages with. We do this so that we can listen to local young people and explore their experiences of local health and social care. These views are important in improving and shaping local services for young people. The feedback and interaction we have with young people gives them a voice making sure their views are represented when decisions are made.

Why do we need Youth Champions?

It is important for young people’s voices to be heard. Some areas of health are of particular concern to young people; such as their emotional wellbeing. Yet many young people do not speak out about their concerns, worries or experiences of health and social care. We use focus groups, questionnaires, workshops and generally chat to young people to find out their views. Young people have also attended an Emotional Wellbeing workshop; so that they feel more confident in recognising and helping peers with emotional problems and signposting to appropriate services. 


Danson Youth Trust

Danson Youth Trust is a vibrant Centre for over 3000 children and young people. With sports, arts and social activities for all ages in a creative and nurturing environment. Danson and its staff strive to help children and young people be safe, happy, and healthy and learn through participation and activity. Activities are for under-five’s, children, pre-teens, teens and young adults. The center offers a full program of activities throughout the year and during the school holidays. Danson Youth Centre offers the following activities:- gymnastics, trampoline, football, drama, badminton, judo, boxing, roller skating. For full details of activities and services available please visit the Danson Youth Trust website :-



 Bexley Young Carers 

Imago Young Carers delivers a support service to anyone aged 

8-18 living in Bexley who is taking on caring responsibilities for a family member with a long-term illness, disability, mental health or substance misuse issue.

The Imago YC Hub is available for you to call 
Monday - Friday 9-5pm to talk about Young Carers’ needs and can provide information, advice and signposting. 

To make a referral please visit our website and select
Bexley Young Carers.

 Tel: 0300 111 111 0

Email hello@bexleyyoungcarers.org.uk

Website www.imago.community 

Twitter @ImagoBexleyYC

Welling School

Our school's vision is to provide an excellent education in a safe, supportive learning environment; one where students are valued and make positive contributions to the school community and prepare for their 'next steps' whether in the world of work, further education, or training.  We are an inclusive school, serving the local community, whereby the Visual Arts Specialism provides a strong focus for the Welling Ways ethos to pervade throughout. 

We are a school which not only focuses on the academic, but also developing the child as a whole person - well rounded; happy; and an integral part of a respected and well-mannered community, regardless of status or age.  We do this through the Welling Ways; 6 core values and personal qualities which we encourage our students to demonstrate throughout their time at Welling School.  These are: 

 Creativity; Collaboration; Communication; Resilience; Organisation; Leadership.






We believe these are the key qualities which employers and universities look for.

We aim to instil students with a love of learning; to prepare them for challenge, but also to embrace change; to teach them to ask questions as well as find answers and to understand that learning should not stop whatever your age!  We are preparing students for life where competition will become more global,  where the influence of technology will mean that change will come ever faster, and where the ability to be flexible, respond to challenge and be emotionally resilient will become ever more important.

Our mission is to achieve high standards and fulfil the expectations of all students of all abilities and from diverse backgrounds by making teaching and learning our focus.  We recognize that if a child is to accomplish those ambitions and improve their life chances it is essential that we work in partnership with parents and carers.

In conclusion through a combination of our innovative, broad curriculum, stimulating learning experiences and a safe learning environment we aim to provide students with the qualifications, skills and values they need to be happy, independent learners who will be able to enjoy their lives now and in the future.

The best way of finding out whether Welling School is right for your child is to view our website (www.wellingschool-tkat.org),our prospectus and/or contact the school direct.


Bexley Youth Council

The Bexley Youth Council is a group of young people from schools across the borough, who work and campaign with the local council and schools to make a change for young people in the community. We have a Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BexleyYouthCouncil/


Healthwatch Bexley

Milton House, 240a Broadway, Bexleyheath, DA6 8AS

Phone: 0208 304 9344