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  • Mental Health Awareness

    People touching hands

    Mental Health Awareness Week is happening between 9 to 15 May 2022.

    The official theme is ‘loneliness’ and, across the week, we encourage you to build meaningful connections with your friends, family, colleagues and communities.

    With this in mind we will be making some noise to encourage those connections within our own community here at college.

     With exams approaching, and the end of year in site we are aware that stress levels amongst students and staff are hitting new highs.

    In a world where mental health is now being recognized and talked about, we want to make next week about helping each other to make that difference, understanding our connections, can help us to know where to go for help, and how we can help ourselves.

     Please Join us at Enfield On Tuesday 10th and Look out for similar events at your campuses through out the week.

    Tuesday 10th of May – 11am – 2pm in A1/2.

    Please bring your classes – or drop in yourself.

    Explore our ‘Let’s get Connected’ Mental Health Awareness Event,

    ·      Food and Music

    ·      Art and crafts (Make a Mindful Box)

    ·      The benefits of Journaling

    ·      Explore your web of Connections

    ·      Share your stories

    ·      The power of kindness

     Wednesday 11th May: Join us over lunch time between 12:15 – 12:45 for a staff v’s student game of rounder’s.

    (please let me know your interest in this so we know if we can make this happen)

     Thursday 12th – Staff Training (Students – do something that makes you smile)

     Friday 13th: Random acts of Kindness

    Encouraging Acts of kindness, you never know when this could make a difference to someone’s day.

    • Drop that compliment
    • Buy someone a Coffee
    • Do a good deed (and expect nothing in return!)
    • Look out for some resources we will share to help us all realise that others think we are amazing too!


  • Deaf Awareness

    Deaf Awareness Week will take place from 2 to 8 May 2022. This year we’re using the week to celebrate deafness.

    There are over 50,000 deaf children and young people in the UK, the National Deaf Children's Society will be sharing their deaf story with us. They've called it, #MyDeafStory.

    We want to know what they love about being deaf, what being deaf means to them, and what might surprise people about being deaf.

    By sharing their stories, we aim to empower and inspire other deaf children and young people to celebrate their deaf identity and feel confident with their deafness. Check this link to find out more and hear the stories: ;

    Learn The BSL Alphabet and how to say your name

  • International Womens Day

    Imagine a gender equal world.

    A world free of bias, stereotypes, and discrimination.

    A world that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.

    A world where difference is valued and celebrated.

    Together we can forge women's equality.

    Collectively we can all #BreakTheBias.

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  • International Day of Happiness

    A person hold a pebble in the colours of the Ukraine flag

    UN Resolution 66/281 and 65/390 Recognises the relevance of happiness and wellbeing for human beings around the world and the important part that plays in a balanced and well society. It was decided by the united nations it 2012 that this would be celebrated on the 20th of March each year and the first ever celebration was held in 2013. 

    This year the theme is Happiness for all, Ukraine - to support the Ukrainian Crises and the statement below has been issued by the United Nations International Day Of Happiness Founder Jayme Illien: 

    If we lose democracy, if we lose freedom, there will be no global goals for sustainable development, and there will be no global happiness or well-being for all. So let the word go forth at this time and place in the great story of all of us, that the 2022 International Day of Happiness theme, Happiness For All, Ukraine, is a call to action to all people, all nations, the United Nations, and all humanity to stand with the people, government, and country of Ukraine, and ultimately, to stand for the happiness of all civilization, and all humankind.

    Please find out more on the theme and how to get involved ;

    We will be running a fundraiser for the Ukraine so please watch this space for more details on this in the next couple of weeks. 

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  • Food Bank

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  • Movember

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  • Anti Bullying Awareness

    Anti Bullying, one kind word can lead to another

    Read moreOne kind word can lead to another, and we can stand united together against bullying. 

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  • Autism Awareness Week

    Read moreA week of raising awareness about people with autistic spectrum disorders including autism and Asperger syndrome throughout the world.
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  • International Holocaust Memorial Day

    Holocaust Memorial Day
Coming together to remember and learn about the Holocaust

    Read moreHolocaust Memorial Day is on the 27 January. It is a date when millions of people all around the world remember the victims of genocide. This years Theme is One Day
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  • Hanukkah

    Happy Hanukkah

    Read moreThe eight-day Jewish celebration known as Hanukkah commemorates the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in 164 BCE.
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  • Diwali


    Read moreHappy Diwali to all of our friends and colleagues.
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  • Holi


    Read moreHappy Holi to all of our friends and colleagues.
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  • Eid

    Eid Mubarak!

    Read moreMuslims around the world are marking the end of Ramadan this week by celebrating with the festival of Eid Al-Fitar
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  • Lent

    Read moreA common question used throughout the world around this time each year is: “What are you giving up for Lent?”, but what is Lent and why do many Christians give up foods they love for 40 days?
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  • Month of Ramadhan

    Month of Ramadam

    Read moreCelebrated by millions of Muslims across the globe, Ramadan is observed every year during the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar.
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  • Festival of Vesak

    Happy Visak

    Read moreAlso known as 'Buddha Day', Vesak is the celebration of Buddha's enlightenment.  
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