As part of our support services, we:
Our team includes qualified and experienced counsellors who will offer you a confidential space in which to explore and understand what’s going on. If you have something you wish to discuss with us, please contact email@example.com
Ideas Alliance CIC are working on a project with Haringey CAMHS to rethink how they support children and young people and their mental health in Haringey, and would appreciate your input. Find out more and sign up to attend one of their virtual sessions here.
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London is an accessible college, and we are committed to providing adjustments to ensure our disabled students can succeed. We provide an exceptional learning experience for all students, including those with disabilities, mental health difficulties or learning difficulties. We understand that every person’s needs are different and aim to provide support that is most appropriate to the individual.
It is important to us that students with disabilities and learning difficulties feel welcome and are supported throughout their time at college.
Some examples of the other support available, include:
– BSL and communication support for deaf students
– Note takers and specialist software for students who are blind or visually impaired
– Support workers for those with medical or physical support requirements
– Readers and extra time in exams for students with dyslexia
– Individual support for students with mental illnesses
If you’re studying a Higher Education course at CONEL, the government will not cover any disability-related costs or expenses you incur while studying that are in addition to those provided as reasonable adjustments by the college. However, you may eligible for Disabled Students Allowances (DSAs) to help you cover these costs. These are grants and will not be necessary to pay back.
Some HE programmes that also require enrolment with a university partner may provide support from the university’s student support services, provided you also confidentially disclose your needs to them on application, enrolment or once your programme has started. The college and the university will then work together with you to put any support in place to support your studies. Find out more on in the Higher Education section of our Course Fees and Financial Support page.
We are committed to supporting students who experience mental health difficulties affecting their studies. These may include:
– Panic attacks
Our experienced team will endeavour to support you while making links with appropriate internal and external parties to ensure you remain supported throughout your time at the college.
Our Welfare Advisers may also be able to support you with advice and information on issues causing you stress and affecting your studies. These may include domestic issues, benefits, funding support. If we cannot help, we will do our best to direct you to an external organisation who may be better equipped to assist.
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our team can help you access extra support with English or Maths, so that you can achieve this part of your course.
There are support teams on-hand to provide you with regular help and support, working with you to give you suitable sessions in your timetable as well as drop-in sessions for help with coursework or queries.
We can help you improve your:
– Spelling, punctuation and grammar, so your written work is more accurate
– Vocabulary, so you can communicate yourself better in your written work
– Reading and understanding
– Essay writing
– Maths skills
Safeguarding is the term used when talking about protecting vulnerable adults and young people from abuse or neglect. At The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London, we are committed to ensuring that every member of staff is safeguarding-trained to help ensure our college is a safe place for you to study.
We have a dedicated safeguarding team who lead on all safeguarding matters. We also have a dedicated Safeguarding Hotline on 020 8442 3958, which all learners, staff and visitors can call with any safeguarding concerns. Every member of staff is trained and inducted in Safeguarding procedures.
For more information on Safeguarding, please click here.