Claymore Child & Family Working Group

 

 

 

 

The Claymore Action Network (CAN) is an overarching framework enabling multiple service providers, including government and non government organisations, to work together with residents and other key stakeholders to respond effectively to local issues. The Network is made up of a bi-monthly Open Forum, and a Steering Committee which in turn represents four Working Groups – Child and Family, Youth, Learning & Employment and Community Engagement. In addition, Family and Community Services facilitates a Claymore Leadership Forum to assist in developing and implementing a coordinated service system for Claymore. Over 25 agencies are represented across the CAN. A Collective Impact Coordinator has been engaged during 2016 to facilitate the collaborative working process.

The Child and Family Working Group is committed to improving the communication, literacy skills, opportunities and positive life experiences for families and children 0-12 years of age

Child and Family Working Group Members

Claymore Residents

Macarthur Diversity Services Inc (MDSI)

Land and Housing Corporation (LAHC)

Life Start

Family & Community Services (FACS)

Health Department

The Smith Family

The Benevolent Society

The Junction Works

Sector Connect

Catholic Care

Uniting 

Claymore Public School

Blairmount Public School

Child & Family Working Group Priorities (2016)

  • Improve the safety of children in Claymore
  • Improve the educational outcomes for children entering school
  • Improve the health and well being of families in Claymore entering school

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