If you feel you or your family could benefit from some support please complete the form here.
Ms Hockley is our community link worker who is employed by Heartlands High School to support all Heartlands students and families when needed.
Free school meals
If you qualify for free school meals during term time we will ensure your child gets a full, nutritious meal at lunchtime. In the school holidays we will work with local and central government as well as charities and local groups to support you to do the same:
October 2020 half term: We will use the WONDE system to issue a £15 voucher for you to use in local supermarkets. This will be sent to you the evening of 26th October and we will be available for help and support on Tuesday 27th from 9–3pm if neeeded.
Please keep reading for more help available. This does NOT impact any of your benefits. You do not need to be referred.
For anyone, not just FSM families, who need help:
You can always contact us on email@example.com if you are struggling to support your family, no judgement we just want to help!
Click here for Easter leaflet from Tottenham Foodbank Team outlining ALL your local foodbanks.
Bounds green food bank are available to help and can be found at St Michael’s hall, N22 8HE (5 min walk from HHS) and open:
- Monday Evening 6pm – 8pm
- Tuesday 2pm – 4pm
- Thursday 2pm – 4pm
Hornsey food bank are available to help and can be found at The Methodist Church N8 7JN
- Tuesday between 11am – 12.30pm. You can pick up a breakfast pack and ready made food parcel
- Thursdays, from 11am – 1pm 2020
You can type in your postcode HERE and you will see a list of businesses offering free meals and food for children.
Connected Communities is a programme set up to improve access to council and voluntary services, and support in Haringey to encourage residents to live their version of a good life.
It can be really hard to be a parent and equally as hard to be a teenager. We will be updating this section soon with a list of agencies available to help you.