The Elthorne Pride homework and saturday club: All our staff working with children and young people have an enhanced DBS
I'm Belinda, and the founder of Marli’s Kitchen. I went vegan in 2016 after learning and researching the best diet for health. Marli’s Kitchen began trading in Feb 2018 at Tottenham Green Market. I did my first large Event in July 2018, gained a spot at Kerb Inkerbator scheme in August 2019, they mentored me at their London sites, 2020 looked rosy with large festivals and events and catering gigs booked, Covid had other plans. I quickly reacted and started selling my vegan fried chicken through social media and I’ve not looked back since, it’s been over a year and now scaled up to couriering food nationally and being featured in national press.
Starting Marli's Kitchen and subsequently working with Elthorne Pride was a chance to bring all of this together, to make an impact, bring awareness to something I am passionate about, demonstrate how easy it is to cut back or cut out meat from your diet. Working with Elthorne Pride feels great to be part of this cultural shift to support each other. Every event worked with Elthorne Pride is creating a positive impact in the local community on the environment and the suffering of farm animals.
Facebook: Marli’s Vegan Kitchen
Mr Iberi is the Maths tutor at Elthorne Pride. He is an experienced secondary Maths teacher and the lead Mastery teacher at his school. As a Maths specialist, he is passionate about the teaching and learning of Maths and is part of a national work group that is developing mastery approaches in the teaching of Maths.
Mr Iberi is also a researcher who has written and spoken at conferences on a variety of education themes. The focus of his presentation at the 2021 LondonEd research conference was on bridging the achievement gap. He believes in the transformational power of education and how this translates to improved life chances for young people. He would like to see all of the young people of Elthorne community work hard to succeed in their educational careers and achieve their dreams. Outside of work, he enjoys reading, table-tennis and travelling.
Hi, my name is Charley,
I run Expressive painting workshops for teenagers at Elthorne Pride.
In these workshops we aim to engage teenagers with a series of workshops in expressive
painting. Creative arts are well known for being therapeutic skills to learn for all ages. The engagement of youngsters with visual arts may also inspire new career goals.
In these workshops I will be exploring different areas of painting and drawing we will learn
fundamentals such as colour mixing composition. The participants will also be encouraged to
develop their own individual ideas to put into their artworks like practicing artists.
I have been painting all my life and have felt the benefit not only in my career but also in my well - being for being engaged in the arts. As part of my own work, I gain ideas and inspiration from creating workshops and engaging all age groups with painting. Aside from painting I love travelling and exploring nature with a camera, and I am a practitioner and teacher of the Afro Brazilian art ‘Capoeira’. My dream is to get my paintings exhibited worldwide and reach as many people as possible with my art both in my own paintings and sharing my own ideas and skills in painting workshops. I hope to keep developing workshops with community projects worldwide with a view to inspiring and being inspired by as many people as possible.
In this time of technological influence and pandemic I believe the voice of the young people is more than ever needed to remind us what is important in life, being happy, healthy and giving back to our communities and following your dreams!
You can learn more about my work at.
Jonny Berliner is a qualified secondary science teacher with nearly 20 years' experience teaching GCSE maths and science. He is the creator of SciTunes, song-based revision resources that were supported by the Stephen Hawking Foundation and have toured schools, science festivals and been features on Britain's Got Talent. He is currently completing a PhD in Science Education research at King's College London.
Encouraging words to the young people of Elthorne: A little bit of extra work out of school goes a long way. It can make your school lessons more interesting when you understand what is going on and it can really help your grades. And if you study in the right way, you can
Karen Campbell, is Elthorne Pride’s virtual moderator granting access to all participants during our online zoom sessions. Karen has been working with Elthorne Pride for the past year and has really enjoyed it. Being able to support Elthorne Pride during Covid 19 in this manner, has enable her to be that happy friendly face during a very lonely time of lockdown especially for many of our youngest.
“I have found working with every one of the young people very encouraging stated Karen, it always brightens up my day, especially by seeing how enthusiastic and energetic the young people are online.
My encouragement to the young people at Elthorne Pride: Be encouraged to continue with these great interactive sessions whether online or in person, I trust the amazing work Elthorne Pride have put on will be beneficial for the future you.” – Karen Campbell
(Pictured Above, Mia Maxwell in one of their T-shirt designs)
Mia Maxwell is a fashion stylist and fashion teacher at the world-famous Ravensbourne college. Mia has worked with Converse, Adidas, and Urban Outfitters and has had work published in Vogue, Dazed and Confused and the Guardian. Mia loves creating fashion for music videos, red carpet events and photo shoots. They teach their fashion students to make interesting work that incorporates their personal style.
In this workshop webinar, Mia will be exploring customising and repurposing techniques to make original, more interesting garments. They will be showing you some ideas of how to customise your old T-shirts using doodles and cutting techniques to make some new out of something old.
"I really like repurposing things for myself and my clients, it’s a cost-effective way of making something original."
For this workshop, you will need.
Scissors, Special Sharpy pens that you can pick up free from the Bomb Factory on Boothby Road( see below for details)
Please only use scissors under adult supervision.
(Pictured Above, Editorial directed and styled by Mia Maxwell)
(Pictured Above, Editorial styled by Mia Maxwell)
(Pictured above, image of zine covers taken from Mia Maxwell's Instagram)
Mia has worked for youth style magazines like Dazed and Confused and has a particular interest in the creation of Zines as a way of young people publishing their own ideas and stories, with no cost and little fuss.
In this workshop, Mia will show you how to make your very own Zine or perhaps a collaborative Zine with family members.
Mia Says "Zine making involves producing our own mini magazines using easy steps in this fun relaxing workshop. I run a zine and publishing house for zine makers. We sell our zines across the world in shops and in places like the Tate Modern. I’ll be showing you how to make your own DIY version at home! It’s expressive, relaxing, and easy to replicate"
For this workshop, you will need.
Scissors, glue sticks, pens or pencils, old magazines or catalogues that you can cut up and paper that you can pick up free from the Bomb Factory on Boothby Road( see below for details)
Please only use scissors under adult supervision.
Mary is a London based artist who is interested in printmaking and maps.
She has developed a workshop for you to create Cyanotype photographs. By using special sunlight sensitive paper and layering transparent pictures and stuff you can forage from outside, you can create one-off photographic masterpieces.
Cyanotype printing is a fun way to understand the principles of photography using sunlight by exposing paper with arranged objects placed on them. In this particular workshop, Mary will ask you to use some of the pictures she has provided and collect plants and items that you can forage from local hedgerows to create the patterns on the paper. She will show you how to develop the image on the specially treated paper, creating magical sunlight photographs.
One week after completing the workshop we will have a special online group meeting, Mary can look at the work you produced and you can all participate in a group chat.
(Pictured Left, Example of Cyanotype from Previous workshop)
To participate in this workshop you must pick up a special envelope containing 4 special sheets of photographic paper, 4 sheets of acetate and an instruction sheet
Available from The Bomb Factory Art Foundation (see below for details )
Please be aware that there are only 25 envelopes so it's first come first served!
(Pictured Right, Mary Yacoob1308 - SCHEMA 4)