Primary and secondary children in Liverpool can enjoy free activity sessions and nutritious meals in the school holidays.
Children's centres, childcare providers and more.
If you suspect your child is having problems, get in touch with the school or seek help and advice.
Occupational therapy looks at ways we can help children with additional needs carry out key life tasks at home, school and at play.
Keeping children safe, reporting children at risk and how to get help from children's social care.
If you want to provide a loving family home for a child or young person, fostering may be for you.
We need to know about all privately fostered children and young people to make sure they get the right care and support.
Adoption in Merseyside is the regional adoption agency for Liverpool. Find out more and request an information pack.
We work with young people who have offended or are at risk of becoming involved in the criminal justice system.
Children must have a permit for part-time work or an entertainment performance licence if they appear in a production.
Liverpool has started the journey towards becoming a Unicef Child Friendly City along with our partners.