Pathways for Children and Young People

Pathways for Children and Young People

If you’ve ever wondered what some of our core CYP partners do, how they work and how they connect to other parts of this system, these pathways might be a helpful starting point for you. 

The 0-5 Pathway: Your Journey from Pregnancy to Age 5

The 0-5 Pathway: Your Journey from Pregnancy to Age 5

Find out more information on the milestones and support available throughout a child’s journey from pregnancy to age 5 in Newham.

Find out more by downloading the 0-5 Pathway document here

Mash Pathway

Find out about Newham’s multi-agency Safeguarding Hub MASH) and the referral pathway for professionals concerned about a child’s welfare

Find out more by downloading Mash Pathway document here

Sister Circle Pathway

Sister Circle’s Maternity Mates programme provides one-to-one pregnancy, labour and postnatal support. Referrals can be made anytime during pregnancy via the Sister Circle website. 

Find out more by downloading the Sister Circle Pathway document here

Newham Nurture Pathway

Newham Nurture is a community partnership with the National Childbirth Trust (NCT), Alternatives Trust and The Magpie Project. The programme supports asylum and refugee women, and those with no recourse to public funds through pregnancy and up to two years after birth.

Find out more by downloading Newham Nurture Pathway document here

Magpie Project Pathway

Find out about the Magpie Project for mothers who have pre-school children and no income through Universal Credit or work opportunities.

Find out more by downloading Magpie Project Pathway document here

Newham’s Children Centre Pathway

Newham’s Children’s Centres offer a range of services to help give children the best start in life. Find out more about who can access a Children’s Centre and the offers of support provided by Children Centres by downloading Newham's Children Centre document here

Health Visitor Pathway

Health Visitors (HV) work with children and their families from the antenatal period until children are five years old. Health Visiting teams are made up of Health Visitors, community nurses, nursery nurses, breastfeeding peer supporters, and clinical support workers (CHIS). They help to identify health needs as early as possible and improve health and wellbeing and support with things like becoming a parent, infant feeding, health promotion and more.

Find out more by downloading Health Visitor Pathway document here


Last updated: 08/02/2024

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