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Our leisure centre partners, Fusion Lifestyle, are holding drop-in sessions next week for customers who have been experiencing difficulties with their memberships upon the re-opening of our leisure facilities.
There will be a Customer Relations Manager present at each site on the days and times below:
Park Road: Wednesday 16 September, 12noon - 1pm
Tottenham Green: Thursday 17 September, 12noon - 1pm
New River Sports and Fitness
Unfortunately, New River remains closed – we are awaiting an opening date from Fusion. Football teams that use the site for games and for training purposes will need to make other arrangements for the time being. We apologise for this inconvenience and will provide an update as soon as it’s possible to do so.
You can book other football pitches in Haringey using the details below:
Call: 0333 300 3477
Most families have experienced changes to routine and added stress during the pandemic. As children and young head back to school or college this may, understandably, increase stress and anxiety for parents, carers, children and young people.
Public Health England (PHE)’s new Better Health – Every Mind Matters campaign provides NHS-endorsed tips and advice to look after children and young people’s (CYP) mental wellbeing at this time.
The advice has been developed in partnership with leading children and young people’s mental health charities and is designed to help parents and carers spot the signs that children may be struggling with their mental health, and show the actions they can take to support them.
In addition to the advice for parents and carers the site also provides tools to help young people build resilience and equips them to look after their mental wellbeing.
Learn more about Every Mind Matters to support children and young people (external link).
As children and young people return to school in September, it is understandable that there may be some concerns around safety as a result of the pandemic. The Department for Education (DfT) has created their #backtoschoolsafely campaign, with the aim to help reassure and support parents, carers and young people as they return to school and college.
This includes the parent leaflets:
- Returning to primary school: what parents need to know (PDF, 203KB)
- Returning to secondary school: what parents need to know (PDF, 229KB)
These are now translated into 13 languages (external link) to support those who may not have English as a first language.
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