Below are links to other websites which you may find useful. There are also links to websites which may help support your child's learning.
Action For ChildrenAction for Children supports and speaks out for the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children and young people.
ChickenshedThis sense of the power of inclusion is behind everything we do at Chickenshed. By creating our own unique and inclusive environment, and incredible theatre that challenges and inspires, we aim to help create a more inclusive society. We know that when everyone is included, amazing things happen.
DfE School Details for Carterhatch Infant SchoolThis link takes you to the DfE page that gives you information about the school, including how we spend the money we are allocated for the children. Our school does not have any performance data on this page as it is an Infant School and does not have any Year 6 children. You can see our results in the document above.
Kindness Club - YogaThese classes are not yoga classes as you might think! We don’t just “do the poses” - we laugh! we talk, we grow confident, we play! We learn how to bring yoga into our lives and how to live our very best lives. We plant the seeds of yoga from an early age and then help the seeds to grow. Studies show that 1 in four teenage girls suffer from some kind of anxiety. We are living in an epidemic of young men committing suicide. Something has got to give. We are committed to bringing our fun classes to children, teenagers and adults in the hope that we can help them to see that they are wonderful human beings. That they are incredible just the way they are!
North London Food BankWe don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to combat poverty and hunger across the UK.
Why Play MattersPlay is one of the main ways in which children learn and develop. It helps to build self-worth by giving a child a sense of his or her own abilities and to feel good about themselves. Because it’s fun, children often become very absorbed in what they are doing.