Congratulations to Mr Tebutt who has just had a little girl. Although currently on Paternity Leave, he will be coming into school for Academic Review day on Friday 19th October. Please ensure you have booked yourself an appointment using the link on our school app.
Parent Consultation sessions are now available to be booked.
Please click on the link below to make a booking:
If you require any assistance, please refer to the Parent Consultation Booking guide.
A reminder that the school is closed on Monday for INSET day.
Issues with parking around the school both in the morning and at the end of the day seem to remain as issue.
Many of you park carefully and with consideration to our residents, however there are still some of us who are blocking residents drives as well as driving without concern for others.
As a result of this the local Turkey Street police team have decided to make regular visits by way of a local patrol car who will take details of anyone blocking roads, pavements or residents driveways. Those caught doing this will receive tickets through the post.
Thank you for your support in this sensitive issue.
History made at Honilands!
For the first time in our school's history, our girl's football team took part in the borough's league. The venue was at Ark JK, we played Eastfield and Brimsdown. The girl's were amazing and worked hard as a team. Eastfield 0 v Honilands 4. Brimsdown 0 v Honilands 1.
Kalisha made history by scoring the first ever competitive girl's goal!
Kylie scored a brace in one match. Viany also scored. Kylie, the captain, also made sure we sealed the 3 points for our match against Brimsdown. Aaliyah kept clean sheets for both matches with some outstanding saves. The defence was rock solid with Lana and Nicole keeping the opposition at bay. Aaliyah, Caitlin and Eya also kept the midfield and wings busy! Mr Tebbut, Mr Whittington and MrS Georgiou, feel so proud to be part of this historical day! GO GO HONILANDS!
Foodbank updates and new projects launching
Thank you to everyone who came to our Foodbank Celebration Event last Thursday! I hope you enjoyed the evening and I'm so thrilled that we are able to work together to help those in our community facing hardship. For anyone who wasn't able to make it, I have included information that was shared on the evening.
The North Enfield Foodbank has provided 32, 624 people with food, including 13,000 children. With 302 tonnes of food given out and over 293,000 meals provided in the last six years. And the need continues to increase.
As well as the food we provide, the North Enfield Foodbank and Jubilee Church now offer a number of other projects running in and alongside the foodbank. These include:
Jubilee English Language:
This is a free 10week TEFL course of basic English starting on Thursday 20th September 10am-11:30m for anyone in our community wanting to learn English. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if anyone is interested in joining the course.
Enfield Community Money Advice:
This is free face-to-face debt and financial advice for anyone in our community needing advice. The service is regulated by the financial conduct authority (FCA) and starts from October on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays 11am-3pm as a drop in service at the foodbank. For more information please contact email@example.com for more information.
Eat Well Spend Less:
A free 6 week cooking on a budget course teaching basic cooking skills and household budgeting. Starting on Wednesday 26th September 12:30-2:30pm.Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For information on any other projects, please do let me know. I can also be contacted on 07826542119 for more information.
Thank you for all you do to help those in our community who are facing a crisis.
North Enfield Foodbank Manager
Just a reminder that this week we have Welcome Cafes after school for Year 4 on Tuesday, Year 6 on Wednesday and Year 5 on Thursday.
Year 6 Cafe will share secondary transition infomation.
The Cafes will take place in our dining hall.
We look forward to seeing you all there.
The Honilands Team
We have had a settled and calm start to the new school year. It has been wonderful seeing the children after the break.
The children look very smart in their uniform, especially the year 6s. They look very grown up with their ties!
I would just like otremind parents that black trainers with no colour are now part of the uniform. It does not include coloured trims, logo or laces. Thank you for supporting us in our drive ot raise expectations for our school.
I would also like to remind you that we have our year group Welcome Cafes n
Just a reminder that school starts back today. Doors are opening at 10.00am. Looking forward to seeing you all.