Our Parent support adviser, Mrs Ogundana is available in the playground before and after school, and can be contacted via the school office. She is able to help and advise with a whole range of issues.
Members of the Senior Leadership and pastoral support team are in the playground at the beginning and end of the school day and they are happy to help.
As we become aware of sources of help and support for our community, we include them on our newsletters.
Emergency food to people in crisis:
- Foodbanks can assist you to get access to regular food parcels that suit your needs if you
are experiencing food poverty. They will provide a minimum of 3 days nutritionally balanced,
tinned and dried food donated by the local community.
North Enfield Foodbank (Referral)
Tue, Thu and Sat from 11am-3pm for collection of emergency food parcels. For any information about how the foodbank works or how to get a referral, please contact us on:
07826 542 119 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emotional Wellbeing Support
Kooth is a free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.
Look on webpage: http://www.kooth.com or telephone: 0203949337
National Domestic Helpline, freephone open 24 hours: 0808 2000 247
Domestic Violence Support service:
Enfield Women’s Centre
Vicki Scarlett House
31 a Derby Road
Tele: 0208 351 8934/0208351 9198
A charity providing women and girls a safe place where they can be listened to and services
to help them overcome challenges. They offer counselling, training and weekly coffee
mornings, talks and social activities.
`If you are struggling with financial hardship you can contact Enfield Council for help by visiting www.enfield.gov.uk/financialhardship. If you are in crisis now and cannot afford food or basic essentials, please ring 020 8379 1000 and press option 7.’