Summerfield School



We are living in a very challenging time, financially and economically. Everyday living is at an all time high and families are struggling. 

Below is a list of Charity Organisations who can help you if you find yourself struggling.

Please do reach out to us and we can help give you support:

You can speak to Kate Addison or Kate Mott. Alternatively you can email: 

The Community Fridge is open to all and situated at:

34 Bramble Avenue, Conniburrow, MK14 7AP


Whatever circumstances leave families struggling to keep a roof over their heads, The Food Bank can provide short term, crisis food support. By working closely with local social care and health agencies we also ensure people are receiving help with their underlying issues.

We can help you with a referral to the MK Food Bank. 

The address is:

14 Burners Lane, Kiln Farm, MK11 3HB

MK FOOD BANK website 

Baby Basics MK can provide support for clothing, equipment and toys for children from 0-6 years. We can help you with a referral.

The address is: 14 Burners Lane, Kiln farm, MK 11 3HB

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MK StoreHouse provide donated clothing for adults and for children of school age upwards free of charge to families and individuals who are struggling financially and have been referred to them. We can help you with a referral.

The address is: Unit 5, Hollin Lane, Stacey Bushes, MK12 6HT

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You may also be entitled to the following:

  • Household Support Fund  
  • Energy Bills Rebate  
  • Pupil Premium / Free School Meals  
  • School Uniform Grant
  • Healthy Start Vouchers  
  • Family Fund  
  • Maternity Grant  
  • Free dental products from Boots


 We are delighted to offer a FREE Breakfast         provision in school for our children.

 The bagels are provided by the National   School Breakfast Programme and runs from   8:35-8:50 by the Chickens.

 The National School Breakfast Programme is   funded by the Department for Education and   run by Family Action to support schools in   England to provide children with a healthy   breakfast at the start of the school day.

 Family Action is committed to supporting child   development, and believe a healthy school   breakfast, without barrier or stigma, can set up   children to succeed and give them the very   best chance to learn.


In a normal school year, schools are open just over half the year (taking into account weekends and school holidays). This means even where breakfast is available within school, children are still having breakfast at home almost 50% of the time.

Below you will find tips, ideas, information, recipes, videos and quizzes to make breakfast time an easy part of your morning routine at home.

Thinking about travelling by Train, this link with the Train Line can help give you useful tips and advice for the cheapest fares:

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