Kothakoli School
Recent photograph of our children and teachers together with many parents who love to come to school and watch their children activities
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  • Enfield Community Festival & Bangla Mela 2018

    This year Enfield Community Festival & Bangla Mela held on 22nd July 2018, 12pm - 6pm, at Ponders End Park. The festival was funded by the National Lottery Awards for All. Nearly three thousand people gathered at the festival and enjoyed the traditional continental food, open air music and visiting non-food stalls. The Mela helps the local community to create a community cohesion.


  • Weekend activity session

    EBWA running free tuition on Maths and English for Key Stage 3 and 4 funded by BBC Children in Need from 2018-2021 for three years. Please contact the office for more details


  • Annual Day Trip 2018

    We take community members to seaside every year. This year we arranged a day trip to Clacton on sea seafront for our Elderly Drop in members on 8th July and day trip to Bournemouth Beach for our general members on 29th July. Both of the trips were enormously successful.  


  • Forthcoming Events

    Enfield Pitha Mela on 22nd April 2019
    Ramadan Iftar Mahfil on 27th May 2019
    Enfield Bangla Mela on 28th July 2019


Welcome to EBWA

Enfield Bangladesh Welfare Association was established since 1996 as a non profit organisation. Their registered charity number is 1055430. They work to relieve economic deprivation and social isolation of the Bangladeshi community, particularly the elderly, the unemployed, and the younger generation through educational and skills development projects. 

They organise weekly drop-in sessions for the elderly including keep-fit classes, welfare and healthy living advice. They promote cultural heritage projects and community cohesion projects. Through these activities and services to the community EBWA has become a recognisable land mark in the voluntary sector of Borough of Enfield.
 
EBWA's mission is to enable members of Bangladeshi community in Enfield to achieve their own and the wider community. 


Activities & Services:

• Elderly drop in, Keep fit and Luncheon club for the over 50’s on 3 days in a week.

• Homework Classes for Maths and English for Key Stage 3 & 4 on 2 days in a week funded by BBC Children in need.

• Weekend language classes and mother tongue teaching for local children.

• Weekend sports activities for the children attending weekend school.

• Advice and advocacy services once a week.

• Cultural and inter-community activities [International Women’s Day, Annual  Community Festival, Bangladeshi Independence Day] to  promote cohesion.

• To attend various meetings and seminar to represent Bangladeshi’s concern and networking with other community groups.

• Organise outing for the elderly, disabled and the lonely families twice a year.

• Coffee Morning for women once a week.

• Weekend sport project named "Let's Play Cricket" funded by Sports England




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