Young Carers Resource Pack sign up for resources and information coming out in January 2024 Mentoring - Expression of Interest "*" indicates required fields Barnet Young Carers is a service that supports anyone between the ages of 5 - 17 who is looking after a parent/relative with an illness, disability, mental health condition or drug/alcohol dependency. Barnet Young Carers in partnership with Arts Against Knives, has secured additional funding to support hundreds of young carers in Barnet who are 10 - 24 to receive high quality mentoring support. This support service is aimed at any child or young person with caring responsibilities who will benefit from mentoring to improve their confidence, self-esteem, address concerns or worries related to their caring roles or school life and set up longer term goals. If you have identified young carers in your school that would benefit from this service or want to know more about the intervention, eligibility criteria, etc. please get in touch with the young carers team at [email protected] Please complete the form belowConfirmation* I would like to register our school/college's interest in participating in your Mentoring Programme for Young CarersContact Name* Job Title* Email* Phone*Name of School*-Please select from options-Do Not KnowNot ListedAkivaAll Saints' CE N20All Saints' CE NW2Alma PrimaryArcher Academy (The)Ark Pioneer AcademyAshmoleBarnet and Southgate College (Further Education College)BarnfieldBeis YaakovBeit Shvidler PrimaryBell LaneBishop Douglass CatholicBlessed Dominic CatholicBroadfieldsBrookhill (N)Brookland InfantBrookland JuniorBrunswick ParkChalgroveChilds HillChrist Church CEChrist's College FinchleyChurch HillClaremontColindaleCompton (The)Coppetts WoodCopthallCourtlandCromer RoadDanegroveDeansbrook InfantDeansbrook JuniorDollis PrimaryEast BarnetEdgware PrimaryEtz ChaimFairwayFinchley Catholic HighFirst Rung Training ProviderFouldsFriern BarnetFrith ManorGarden Suburb InfantGarden Suburb JuniorGoldbeatersGrasvenor Avenue InfantHampden Way (N)Hasmonean High SchoolHasmonean PrimaryHendonHenrietta Barnett (The)HollickwoodHolly ParkHoly Trinity CEIndependent Jewish DayJCoSSLivingstoneLondon AcademyManorsideMapledownMartin PrimaryMathilda Marks KennedyMenorah FoundationMenorah High School For GirlsMenorah PrimaryMill Hill County HighMillbrook Park SchoolMonken Hadley CEMonkfrithMoss Hall InfantMoss Hall JuniorMoss Hall NurseryNorthsideNorthwayOak LodgeOakleighOsidgeOur Lady of Lourdes CatholicPardes HouseParkfieldQueen Elizabeth's (Boys)Queen Elizabeth's GirlsQueenswell Infant & NurseryQueenswell JuniorRimon Jewish PrimaryRosh PinahSacks Morasha Jewish Primary SchoolSacred Heart CatholicShalom Noam Primary SchoolSt Agnes' CatholicSt Andrew the Apostle Greek Orthodox SchoolSt Andrew's CESt Catherine's CatholicSt James' Catholic HighSt John's CE N11St John's CE N20St Joseph's Catholic PrimarySt Margaret's NurserySt Mary's & St John's CESt Mary's CE EN4St Mary's CE N3St Michael's Catholic GrammarSt Paul's CE N11St Paul's CE NW7St Theresa's CatholicSt Vincent's CatholicSummersideSunnyfieldsThe Annunciation Catholic InfantThe Annunciation Catholic JuniorThe HydeThe OrionThe Totteridge AcademyTrent CETudorUnderhillWatling Park Free SchoolWessex GardensWhitefieldWhitings HillWoodcroftWoodhouse CollegeWoodridgeWren Academy If your school or college is not listed, please select 'Not Listed' from options. Name of 'Not Listed' School/College Please enter your postcode below and click on the Lookup Postcode button Address* City* Postcode* Does your school have a designated staff member responsible for young carers?* Yes No Are you the member of staff responsible for young carers?* Yes No Name of Contact* Job Title* Contact's Email* Phone*Does your school have a process for identifying and supporting young carers?* Yes No Is your school familiar with the Young Carers in Schools programme?* Yes No If you would want to know more about this programme and how to implement it please get in touch with our Head of Development and Strategic Engagement, this way we also raise awareness of young carers.