This week, Chickenshed – part of the ECT family – featured on Sky News. The piece focused on a poll by disability rights charity Dimensions, which among the findings, revealed that one in five people (21%) had seen someone mocked because of their learning disability. The same rang true for three people – Jenny, Jimmy […]
We’re very pleased to announce that ECT member, Laurel Park School, will be welcoming students from Palmers Green and Southgate from the beginning of the new school year. Laurel Park School, based on the site previously known as Broomfield School, is built on the foundation of healthy and strong relationships between staff and students to
We want to say a big congratulations to Broomfield School in Enfield – another partner of ECT – which was one of 15 schools around the country to be chosen to have a giant throne, designed by the children, displayed at the Tower of London. This was part of a competition connected to the Coronation, in which
We’re really excited that performers from Chickenshed Theatre, a member of Enterprise Cooperative Trust (ECT), wowed Britain’s Got Talent judges with a golden buzzer act on Saturday night, moving straight through to the upcoming live shows. Their audition at The London Palladium was a show-stopping ensemble of rapping, singing, and dancing that received a standing
We’re delighted that ECT member, College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL), part of Capital City College Group, has been awarded a rating of ‘Good’ in its latest Ofsted report. In addition to being rated Good against all key judgements and provision types, CCCG’s contribution to meeting skills needs was also recognised as
Broomfield School joins Enterprise Cooperative Trust to further build life opportunities for children Broomfield School in Arnos Grove has become the latest member to join Enterprise Cooperative Trust (ECT), to further strengthen the goal of providing the very best opportunities for all children in Enfield and help set them up for life. Broomfield is a
We express our deepest sympathies for the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Her dedication to the UK, other realms & territories is unparalleled & we thank her for her service. The Enterprise Cooperative Trust will observe the mourning period whilst continuing to support our community.
We celebrated our official launch on 29th June, with local schools, community organisations and businesses, to promote our aim to bring the community together and support young people. We believe all our students, whatever their ability, should have access work opportunities to set them up for life beyond school. At the event, the Mayor of