The quickest way to get in touch with us is to send a message via the form below. Please ensure that you put in the correct email address, so that our reply reaches you.
Unless stated otherwise, all staff below can be contacted via the school telephone number 020 8344 2100 or at the school address. If you would like to send an email, please email email@example.com, marked for the attention of the person you are trying to contact, and it will be forwarded on to them. We aim to acknowledge requests within 24 hours, and respond within 5 working days.
|General Enquiries (School Front Office)||Mrs M. DeMaria (Office Manger)
Mrs M. Blunsum
Miss S. Brennan
Miss A. McDonnell
Mrs S. Robinson
|Attendance||Miss A. McDonnell|
|Admissions||Mrs M. DeMaria|
|Student Welfare (First Aid) & Lost Property||Ms K. Rawal|
|SENCO||Mrs S. Brennan|
|Examinations||Mrs B. Saleh|
|Careers||Mr C. Drugan|
|Sixth Form Study Supervisor & Former Student Enquiries||Ms L. Miles|
|Head of ICT Services||Mr S. Thurairatnam|
|Chair of Governors||Mr J. Ireton|
|Chair of the PTFA||Mr B. Duru|
|School Trips||Trip organiser|
|Headteacher’s PA||Mrs S. Waters|
|Press Enquiries||Miss N. Bain|
|Clerk to the Governing Body||Judicium – 0845 459 2130|
|Hiring School Facilities||Schools Plus – 0345 222 2323|
East Barnet School is owned by Members of the Academy Trust and can be contacted c/o East Barnet School.
East Barnet School
Chestnut Grove, East Barnet, Herts EN4 8PU
EBS is well serviced by public transport links:
All visitors must sign in at reception. Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, please do not visit the school without an appointment.
To talk to someone regarding a student’s wellbeing please contact their Form Tutor and/or Head of Year.
For enquiries regarding a student’s subject performance, please contact their subject teacher and/or Head of Department.
To arrange a meeting with a staff member (apart from the Headteacher) you will need to contact them at the school directly.
To contact a member of staff, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the staff member you would like to contact clearly written in the subject box. Email messages are forwarded to staff directly and they will respond to queries as soon as possible.
If you would prefer to speak to a member of staff call 020 8344 2100, if they are unavailable at the time you call please leave them a voice message with your contact details and they will call you back.
Please be aware that teaching staff are often unable to respond to calls/emails during the school day.
If a student is going to be absent from school as a result of illness, a parent or carer must phone the school as early as possible, on each day that the student is absent from school. If a student is absent for more than a few days then medical evidence will be required (labels from medication prescribed acceptable) for our records.
020 8344 2100
Direct all queries relating to a student’s absence to Miss A McDonnell.
If a student has an appointment which cannot be made outside of school hours, then the student may only be excused from lessons for the duration of the appointment and should return to school immediately afterwards. Every student wishing to leave school early must have a letter from either the place of appointment or a note from a parent, in order to be excused from lessons. Students are also required to sign in and out at reception.
Holidays are not permitted during term time and if taken, the family could be issued a fine and an unauthorised absence will be recorded on the student’s permanent record.
Only in exceptional circumstances, will a student be granted time out of school. If you would like to be considered, the request must be put in writing to the Headteacher at least two weeks prior to the date absence. The Headteacher will review each request and respond accordingly with permission.
Students who arrive late for registration will receive a late detention at lunch time. The length of the detention is dependent on their Year group and how late they are.
Students who truant will be given community service in school and can also be put on report.
Students whose attendance falls below the school average (currently 96%) will be monitored closely by the Head of Year and Attendance Officer. If no improvement is made in the short term, students will be referred to the Educational Welfare Officer.
If a student is missing from registration and a call has not been made on their behalf to explain the absence, then a text will be generated to prompt parents and carers to phone the school.
At EBS we commend students who achieve 100% attendance each term. These students are awarded a badge and certificate which automatically enters them in the termly prize draw.