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About Organisation

PACE is a grass-roots play charity based in the London Borough of Camden. PACE was originally founded in 2011 by a group of parents with the aim of providing high quality play and childcare services in the area. Today, we offer a wide range of services that improve the health and happiness of children and their families. We work with children and young people aged 2-18, with differing needs and abilities, from all backgrounds.

Our vision:
All children and young people should have a healthy, happy childhood and a resilient, supportive family

Our mission:
To create and sustain high-quality, inclusive and responsive services that improve the wellbeing of children, young people and their families

Our aims:
-Ensure all children and young people are able to have positive play and learning experiences in a safe, fun and stimulating environment

-Help to improve children and young people’s wellbeing by developing their emotional, educational, physical and social skills and raising their aspirations

-Support children, young people and families to be more understanding, accepting and respectful of others and to value differences

-Provide early intervention measures to increase the life chances of children, young people and families who are at risk of social exclusion

-Provide quality, affordable childcare and holistic family services, giving parents/carers support, respite and opportunities to access work and training

For more information, please call 020 7183 5120 or contact us using the form on our website. Thank you!

020 7183 5120
Mary Terrace Mary Terrace
London, NW1 7LR

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We are hiring!

Part Time ( days/week) £/hour 28 Nov 2021

You will work in partnership with young people, schools and education services, parents, carers and other professionals to support young people who have been excluded from mainstream educational provision (or who need extra support to remain in this provision). more

Part Time ( days/week) £14/hour 28 Nov 2021

Your primary responsibilities will be supporting children and young people with challenging behaviour in their home or the local community and providing fixed term positive behaviour support intervention for the families coping with the demands of caring for their disabled child/ young person. This position is best suited to somebody who can commit to regular evening and weekend work. more