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Children’s Healthy Weight Team (Hounslow)

A child shopping for healthy fruit with his mother

From 1 April 2016, our Children's Healthy Weight Team became part of our new One You Hounslow service - a new single hub service which help local people in Hounslow to improve their health and well-being. 

Our Children's Healthy Weight Team will continue to offer the same high-quality service - but should now be accessed through the new One You Hounslow service, instead of via the service's previous contact details and referral process.

The new service now features a new 8 weight management programme for families with children aged 5-13 years old / teenagers aged 14-19 years old, as well as parent nutrition workshops.

Find out more and contact the team here:


Useful links:

One You Hounslow

The new health improvement service for the London Borough of Hounslow.

One You Hounslow service

One You Hounslow family programmes

Healthy weight:

For childhood obesity figures visit:
For more information on the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) visit:

Healthy lifestyles:

For useful websites for information on healthy lifestyles visit:  

  • NHS Choices is an official government website which provides various information, tools and suggestions to encourage individuals and families adopt a healthier lifestyle.

  • Change for life provides information and resources to encourage people to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

    The Caroline Walker Trust website provides pictorial resources on children’s portion size for different age group (1-4 years, 5-11 years and 12-18 years)

  • Children’s Food Trust website contains information and guidance to help improve food for children and families 

  • Let’s Get Cooking is a national network of cooking clubs for children, families and their communities across England.  The website provides recipes and ideas when cooking with children 

  • Food - a fact of life provides a progressive approach to teaching about healthy eating, cooking, food and farming from 3 to 16 years. The website provides a wealth of free resources to stimulate learning, ensuring that consistent and up-to-date messages are delivered

  • Love Food Hate Waste is the ‘Waste Not Want Not’ of the modern day, providing recipes for using up leftovers and handy tips and advice to help all of us waste less food

  • Brentford FC Community Sports Trust website has details a variety of sporting, educational and local community events run by the football club


Body Mass Index (BMI) 

It’s helpful to check your child’s BMI every once in a while to see if they are growing healthily.  You can do this using the Healthy Weight tool