Our Partners

Action Tutoring 

English and Maths tutoring using volunteer tutors for KS4 students.

Albert and Friends

Circus skills sessions in primary school to develop fine/gross motor skills and social-emotional skills.


Reading helpers in primary school to read with individual children.

The Clement James Centre

1:1 tutoring and Academic Support (from IntoUniversity) for secondary school children.

Doorstep Library

Provision of 1:1 reading sessions for disadvantaged families and children struggling with literacy.

Fearless Futures

Supporting young women at secondary school to develop their knowledge and understanding of gender and connected inequalities.

Talent Ed

 Group tuition services aimed at realising the academic potential of bright children and young people from economically disadvantaged families.

Home Start Westminster

Volunteer family befriending and support in the home for families with a child under 5 years old.

Launchpad For Language

Launchpad for Language is a programme provided by Speech and Language Therapists for all Early Years children in a school or nursery setting, supporting speech, language and communication skills.

Real Action

Literacy teaching in small groups (primary and secondary).

Team Up

English and Maths tutoring in secondary school using volunteer tutors.

Trim Tots

The programme includes nutrition education, physical activity and behaviour change components with an emphasis on family involvement and learning through art and play for young children.

Place 2 Be

Targeted 1-1 and group therapy and a self-referral service for children and young people.

Urbanwise London

Specialist active and outdoors sessions teaching children and young people about local urban environments. Offering group sociable walks discovering local heritage and wildlife.

Working With Men

Specialist support services targeting men at risk of socio-economic disadvantage, marginalisation or isolation, aiming to improve resilience, attainment, self efficacy and mental health.

West London Action for Children

Provision of counselling and therapy services for children in need and their families, primarily supporting those economically disadvantaged.

Move “First Love Yourself” (FLY)

Female focused programme tackling issues around identity, empowerment, self esteem, healthy relationships, sexual health and life goals.


A range of strengths-based support programmes building young people’s physical fitness, confidence and self-awareness, aiming to improve behaviour, wellbeing and peer relationships.

Creative Futures

Specialist support services delivering fun and inspiring music and arts projects that boost young people’s learning, build self-esteem and bring together families who feel isolated in their communities.

White City Adventure Playground

This multifunctional play-space is one of London’s oldest adventure playgrounds, offering a brilliant link of connected wooden structures, a water slide, a range of sports activities, arts and crafts sessions, multiple tree-houses, building opportunities; all provided by a team of dedicated professional play-workers.

Queen’s Park Rangers Community Trust

The community arm of Queen’s Park Rangers football club, offering a range of physical activity sessions.

Imperial College Makerspace

The Reach Out Makerspace is a state-of-the-art educational facility at Imperial’s White City Campus. It is dedicated to hands-on activities aimed at engaging school children creatively in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects.

Into University

Provides local learning centres where young people are inspired to achieve. Each local centre offers an innovative programme that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chosen aspiration.

Hammersmith Community Gardens

Local environmental charity who manage several community gardens in Hammersmith and Fulham. They have a range of projects which include conservation training schemes, volunteer gardening sessions, health and wellbeing projects, environmental play schemes and environmental education in local schools.

Interested in becoming a West London Zone partner in the future?

Please email Martha Stafford (mstafford@westlondonzone.org) with a description of how your organisation supports children and/or young people aged 0-25.