Academy Status Update

Dear parents and carers,

you may be aware that the current Government has a policy that all schools should become academies. This means that the school is free from Local Authority control and has all of the money allocated to it by central government.

You may also be aware that schools across the country, and particularly in London, are facing very significant budgetary challenges because the amount of money they get has been significantly cut. All of the headteachers of Enfield secondary schools have met with local MPs to outline their concerns.

Please take the time to download the following two documents and read them carefully:

Letter regarding Academy Status (2 December 2015)

Governing Body Notes (14th January 2016)


Parent / Teacher Association Meeting

I am writing to invite you to our first evening meeting of the Parent/Teachers Association. We are really keen to expand our numbers and encourage parents to become part of this really important organisation. The meeting will take place at the Beehive pub on 20th March 2013 between 7-8pm. We understand that parents lead busy lives, but even if you have the odd hour here and there that you can spare throughout the year this could make a difference to us and our school.

The Parent/Teachers Association has been established in school in order to give parents and staff the opportunity to work together to raise funds that will benefit our students. It is also an opportunity to establish communication with parents and set up a working community in school, where all of the stakeholders involved can work together to put on fun events for everyone to be part of.

It is so important to have a close relationship with your child’s school and the regular meetings held by the PTA do help to facilitate this. There is also a lot of satisfaction to be gained, having put on a really successful event in school that helps to raise funds for educational resources for our students. We really hope that we have a big turn out; there will be light refreshments and some nibbles available and we look forward to seeing you there.

Thank you

Yours sincerely,

Miss M Panayi 

Assistant Headteacher 


The Beehive
24, Little Bury St, London, N9 9JZ

Careers Fair

Edmonton County School Careers Fair

WHEN: Wednesday 6th March 2013, 4:00pm – 7:00pm

WHERE: Cambridge Campus Hall

WHO: Years 10 – 13 Welcome

What do you plan to do when you leave school?

Come and find out about some of the opportunities open to you.

Marion Smith, Email: Tel: 020 8360 3158 xtn. 2137

Rohan Harris: Email Tel: 020 8360 3158 xtn. 2542

Download the flyer (Careers-Flyer-Landscape) to see some of the organisations who will be available to talk with you during this event.

Open Door Clinics for Parents

Dear Parents,

If you have a concern or simply want a chat about your child please feel free to pop in, no appointment necessary.

Go to reception & say you are here for the Open Door clinic

Where: Bury Campus
When: Every Tuesday 8.45am-10am

Where: Cambridge Campus
When: Every Thursday 8.45am-10am

I look forward to seeing you,

Carol Riley
Family Support Co-ordinator
Tel: 0208 360 3158
Mob: 07805 827 869

PTA Meeting January 2012

Dear Parent or carer

The ECA (Edmonton County Association) would like to invite you to meet on the 26th January 2012 at the Beehive Little Bury Street from 6.30pm – 8.30pm.

Light refreshments will be provided.


  1. Purpose of the ECA – terms of reference
  2. Who will do what – officers needed will include Chair, Treasurer and Secretary
  3. Volunteers – what are you able to offer!
  4. Proposed events – Fete, Quiz Night, Disco for younger year groups, Christmas event.
  5. Future meetings – bring your diaries.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Kind regards

Sara Litchfield Brown
Business Manager
0208 360 3158

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