Nine years old

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Year Five review of pupils with Education, Health and Care Plans.

If your child has an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP), there must be an annual review of their plan while they are in Year Five. This is so you and the school can plan their transition to secondary school.

Find out more about making your education health and care plan (EHCP)
School Health Service

Our school health service aims to support children and young people from five to 19 years and their families, to enable them to reach their full potential.

We offer information and support in the following areas; emotional health and well-being, managing complex and additional health needs, monitoring growth and development and support with growing up and preparing to become an adult. 

Find out more about School Health Service

Youth Empowerment Fund

The Youth Empowerment Fund is a grant to support young people in achieving their ambitions. It provides financial assistance to help them buy the resources, training or equipment required to learn and develop skills in the things they are passionate about.

Find out more on our Youth Empowerment page.


Keep your child's growth charts and health records from the NHS with you wherever you are.

eRedbook stores information about immunisations, health reviews and screening tests securely in the cloud so they are always at hand. 

Access your child's NHS health records quickly and easily through eRedbook once your child's record is connected to the NHS.

If you are worried about your child’s development, please speak to your school nurse, GP or single point of access number: 020 3373 9983.

The e-red book is currently only available for ages 0-5 but will be available to ages 6-15 in the future.

eredbook website

Newham youth map

Search the Newham Youth Map for libraries, sports and physical activities, parks and outdoor spaces, youth organisations and event Newham. Created by Young People for Young People.

Newham Youth Map