Partners Venues

Saturday All Saints

(Saturday All Saints sessions are resuming from Saturday the 14th January 2023.)

We are very excited to offer our local families, carers and children a new Saturday morning:

Saturday mornings (Term Time Only)
At: St Anne’s Church Highgate, 106 Highgate W Hill , London N6 6AP

Session 1: Movers and Shakers

10.30am to 11.00am (for 0 – 3 year olds)
A circle time session with sing n sign, instruments, parachute fun and bubbles.

Session 2: Movement, Dance and Drama

11.15am to 11.45am (for 4 – 7 year olds)
A variety of dance, movement and drama (varies weekly). 

Note: If demand is high for these sessions, we may need to introduce a booking system.

For additional information please contact Nadine on 074 1520 0614, or email

If money is a worry, or you are finding it hard to get the help you need – don’t struggle alone.

Positive Futures can offer a helping hand to:
  • Fill out a form online
  • Book a medical appointment
  • Claim the benefits you are entitled to
  • Check your bills are on the lowest tariff
  • Deal with any debt
  • Help to find work or improve your CV



Everyone welcome.

Call 077 7836 2086 or email to talk to the team.


Highgate Newtown Community Partners have benefitted enormously from working with local churches including St Anne’s, St Mary’s, the United Reformed Church in Pond Square and St Michael’s, as well as local schools such as Brookfield Primary School and Channing School.

These partnerships have built on our joint capacity and capabilities to the benefit of our local community, with educational outreach and activities for under-fives and older people. Our aspiration is to reflect our local demographic by engaging with other faith partners and schools as we continue to develop our offering.

Education Plus

No pupil should be left behind in education due to income.

Through our Education Plus partnership with Channing School in Highgate and Brookfields Primary School, each day, classes will be held across both schools and at the new Bertram Street Community Centre.

“The one thing all children have in common is their rights. Every child has the right to survive and thrive, to be educated, to be free from violence and abuse, to participate and to be heard.”
– Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General

Subject to funding, lessons will be free and referrals will be taken from a range of partners. We welcome more schools to join.

When and Where

Opening Spring 2024
More details to follow

Positive Futures

Positive Futures is an employment project at HNCP for people who are either out of work or in low-paid or insecure work.

We aim to help people achieve employment that grows with their life and moves them away from insecure contracts and low wages. Our project welcomes those who are often excluded from employment, such as people with criminal records, people from BAME communities, people living with disabilities or long-term health conditions and those who speak English as a second language.

We offer a mix of 1:1 support and workshops to help people think about longer-term work and support them to take steps to secure ‘better work’. We support participants in their search for training and employment opportunities, help with applications and interviews and support them through the first few weeks of work or training where possible. We also ensure that those living on lower pay maximise their current income by claiming the full amount they are entitled to in state benefits and fuel poverty grants, etc.

For this pilot, we will register ten people who are:

  • Unemployed or in jobs that are either on zero-hour contracts or low-wages that qualify for in-work benefits such as Universal Credit, housing benefit, etc.
  • Keen to explore options for securing longer-term, better paid, secure work with prospects for growth

We welcome referrals from local schools and organisations to ensure we reach those who will benefit the most from the programme.

Feeding Camden

Through our partnership with local churches in Camden, we’ll help support those in crisis and those struggling to make ends meet by providing our essential food box.

Opening Autumn 2022


Mind in Camden is delighted to be partnering with Highgate Newtown Community Partners.

We aim to work alongside HNCP to provide mental health information and support for local residents by helping people access services that meet their self-defined needs. Within this, we recognise the strengths of local communities in supporting wellbeing and the  value of peer support spaces where individuals can find companionship in sharing their vulnerabilities, developing shared interests and using their personal strengths to support themselves and one another.

One of the foundations of how we work is to enable people to define what matters to them and find ways of creating this in their lives. This inevitably means meeting and living with personal challenges, but not being defined by them. We’ve found that participation is one of the ways people can see themselves beyond their mental health needs – so we emphasise supporting people to find ways of contributing in personally meaningful ways.

In working with HNCP, we aim to provide peer support and activity groups focused on local residents’ wishes. Additionally, we’re seeking ways of providing a regular Link Worker to provide drop-in support to help people understand their options for accessing services for their mental health, developing their interests or finding ways to participate. We understand that taking the first step is often the most challenging, so the role of the Link Worker would be to assist with attending a first appointment. More broadly, we’re committed to working with HNCP to help staff understand the local mental health landscape and ways of supporting residents with mental health needs.

Opening Spring 2024