Over the past decade we have worked in partnerships, developed and delivered a range of initiatives targeting fathers and their children. These sessions range from overall inclusion and development work, engaging and integrating fathers into a variety of children’s services to specific activities like dads breakfasts or maths and science based learning programmes. In our extensive work with boys and young men within schools we have been able to involve fathers and other men in mentoring roles. Targeted work we engage in includes groups of fathers including Bengali, African, African Caribbean, Arab, in addition to those considered to be “White Working Class” as well as working (busy dads with unsocial hours), new fathers, violent fathers and lone carers and those with children at risk. These initiatives always start from a view that fathers are not a homogenous group and need to be targeted and engaged in a range of ways.
WWM has a proven track record of working with fathers and demonstrating an ability to provide high quality services in all areas covered by the our contracts as well as showing an ongoing commitment to continually improving those services. We, as a minimum comply with statutory requirements, Government regulations, and non-statutory guidance from Government departments and agencies. Our delivery is always in accordance with the conditions and schedules detailed by contract and we comply with Borough Council directives.