St Anne’s Highgate is committed to fairness and equality for all and we welcome all, regardless of ethnicity, gender, sexuality or religious identity. The partnership between St Anne’s and Highgate Newtown allows the organisations to work as one team to deliver projects and funding for the whole community, creating projects than can make a real difference to families and children, young people and the elderly alike.
One of the oldest such institutions still in existence in London, HSLI is situated in the heart of Highgate Village, overlooking Pond Square. The Institution offers a library for borrowing, research and browsing, including a well-stocked children’s section, a members’ room for reading and a wide range of courses for adults. There are lectures, films, art exhibitions, musical occasions, science discussions, events and trips to the theatre.
Camden Summer University offers courses that are free and available to young people aged between 13-19 years (and up to 25 for those with learning disability) who live or go to school in Camden. A variety of courses run throughout the summer.
Kingsley Centre provides inclusive services for disabled people and the whole community
FRESH Youth Academy
FRESH is a provision serving young people aged 13-25 living in Camden and Islington. Located next to the main Centre, FRESH has its own IT suite, cyber-cafe area, counselling room, multi purpose hall, multi-media suite, small gym and Achievement gallery. Offer courses and tasters in skills such as music, dance, food, sport and IT.
Holly Lodge Community Centre
The Holly Lodge Community Centre in Makepeace Avenue is currently run by a committee of volunteers with no paid staff since all Camden funding was withdrawn last year. The Centre itself in Makepeace Avenue, is below sheltered accommodation for the elderly, and is an ideal spot for workshops, meetings and classes, having a kitchen and a sizeable hall that can be divided into two or three separate areas if needed. Some classes such as meditation, judo and yoga still take place, as well as art classes, and one-off workshops. The hall is available for hire for regular or one off activities. More information on hall availability can be obtained by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or messages may be left on 020 8342 9524.
All information on activities and opportunities for the Community Centre or the nursery can be found on our website, http://www.hlcchl.org.
The Parent Partnership Service is now known as SENDIASS (Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service), which has become the nationally accepted title for what were previously parent partnership services (PPS). This Service provides information, advice and support for parents of children and young people with SEN or disabilities about education, health and social care. The Service provides legally based, impartial, confidential and accessible information, advice and support and will be able to offer face to face, telephone and electronic information and advice as well as casework and representation when needed.
The Service will often work with parents and children/young people together but will also provide a service directly and separately to children and to young people aged 16-25.
The Service has a forum for children and young people aged 16-25 which helps to shape the type and range of support suitable for their needs. A support group meets regularly allowing children and young people to meet for mutual support and friendship.
Developed and run by experienced football coaches from the Highgate Newtown Community Centre, Two Touch Football work with kids all over London
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