Below we’ve included a list of current local supporters of the Tottenham Charter, including partners, developers and businesses.

We are always look for more organisations to contribute, please email to discuss this further.

Tottenham Charter supporters include:




To provide industry tours, talks and work experience opportunities for local young people.


Anthology will be working with Ferry Lane Primary school and supporting a local social enterprise 'Living Under One Sun' with marketing promotion and website.

Sponsorship of Ferry Lane primary school’s photography competition using local heritage landmarks to produce calendars for the Christmas concert.

In partnership with Enabling Enterprise, delivered a ‘Decisive Developers; Staying positive and problem-solving’ session to inspire, motivate and build confidence with local Haringey students about the
workplace, the sector and core skills development.

Matched book sponsorship initiative to support local schools as part of World Book Day.


To deliver construction site tours, career pathway industry talks and support career fairs.



Argent has pledged to support local schools in Tottenham Hale with industry career talks, reading volunteers, after-school club time and cross departmental tours at their head office, and further, to sponsor a secondary school's award ceremony.

Books of Adventures


Delivering a 6 week afterschool story telling/book making club for a local primary school in Tottenham. 



Berkerley Square Developments have pledged to:

Deliver careers development sessions and school talks for local young people in Tottenham

Support local community groups through financial and non-financial support.

Sponsor a student poster competition (Harris Academy, Tottenham) to design a banner.

DB Coaching


Delivered a coaching programme for Year 9 young people for a local school in Tottenham.


Supported a local Tottenham primary school’s annual STEM careers day to support pupils interested in STEM careers, to raise awareness about the wide variety of careers available and provide first-hand information about the skills and academic qualifications required and routes available.


Fashion Enter  has pledged to host an open day factory tour and talk with local young people about the textile industry.

Grainger has pledged to deliver a bespoke programme of activities for a secondary school in Tottenham.



Hunters will be providing mentoring, work experience opportunities and assembly industry talks at local schools in Tottenham.


Integrated Health Projects, Joint Venture Sir Robert McAlpine and Vinci, St Ann's Hospital Redevelopment will be providing careers talks on the construction industry and career pathways and running mock interviews for students from Harris Academy, Seven Sisters Primary School and the London Academy of Excellence. 



JKA has given 2 local young people an opportunity to act as project ambassadors in an architectural project learning new skills and experience in the sector.




To support career events and work experience opportunities for local Young People. 


As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week,  delivered a business event teaching local young people in Tottenham how to start a business, run a business and develop business skills.



Delivered a careers speed networking event for Year 9/Year 10 pupils attending a local secondary school in Tottenham.


Supporting young people with volunteering opportunities, work experience, providing various sponsorships (eg local school equipment, a resident Community Voting Day) and becoming an Associate Governor at a local primary school.


Delivered 5 outreach recruitment career events in Tottenham supporting local young people in Tottenham with career pathways.


Linklaters is developing a partnership with Duke's Aldridge Academy, and will deliver a range of programmes and experiences to raise students' aspirations.

Mentoring programmes delivered to support transition from primary to secondary school and to match Year 10 students with Linklater’s business mentors.

Eight week employability skills programme for Young People (14 -16) to inspire, build confidence and support their career aspirations. 


To deliver creative story writing workshops focused on characterisation, story writing and artwork creation designed to build pupil’s confidence, writing and creativity skills. 


To provide interactive construction site visits, deliver industry talks and host a competition for local young people.




Metro Bank pledged to provide local schools in Tottenham with budget management workshops, guided bank tours, an interactive vault demonstration and industry career talks and pathways, as well as to support local schools (SMT, Governors) in Tottenham with budgeting support.

The Metropolitan Police pledged to deliver talks in local Tottenham schools on knife and gun crime prevention, community safety and gangs.

Sponsored football kits, hospitality and provided peer coach volunteers for the pilot Tottenham Community League football team for local young people in Tottenham.

Supporting local community initiatives in Tottenham





As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, delivered a business event teaching local young people in Tottenham how to start a business, run a business and develop business skills.



To deliver STEM assembly talks in Engineering to support career pathways for local Young People. To deliver CV/interview skills workshops, support career fairs and interactive STEM activity workshops (Leaves on the Track, Build A Bridge).   

Providing work experience opportunities, a design competition, career fairs support for local young people.


To offer work experience opportunities and rugby taster sessions for local young people in Tottenham.


To offer a one-week paid work placement opportunity for Year 12/13 young people in Tottenham (state schools only).



Supported a work experience placement in digital marketing, general office work and working with Social Media.


The Trampery


As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, sponsored a business event which supported local young people in Tottenham how to start a business, run a business and develop business skills.




To deliver world of work experiences with an educational focus through headquarter visits and guest assemblies and deliver career talks from local businesses and developers to raise young people's aspirations and provide career opportunities.



To deliver a talk on legal education, career pathways into Law and offer two post 16 pupils law work placements for a two-week period for students currently studying Law/have studied Law.


(From April 2019)
To provide access to studio tenants who will deliver talks, equipment demos and interactive activities (recording, music publishing, sampling, mixing, mastering, lyric writing, how to create a label etc) for local young people in Tottenham. 
To offer a limited number of young people interested in pursuing a music career free studio time.


To offer some local young people in Tottenham work experience placements (limited places).

To visit 1 or 2 schools in Tottenham to deliver an assembly on recycling and/or litter.

Volker Fitzpatrick, HTA Design LLP, Haringey Play Association and Build up delivered in partnership a ‘pre-apprenticeship programme’ for local 16-19 year olds to redesign the playground, install a sandpit and water play area at Haringey Play association in North Tottenham.

Additionally, Volker Fitzpatrick arranged a site tour, a construction workshop for young people and one local young person on the programme successfully secured a job at the company as a trainee engineer.

Supporting Bruce Grove Youth Space with their improvement works.

Hosting introduction to Construction talks.

Young Entrepreneurs Network


As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, delivered a business event teaching local young people in Tottenham how to start a business, run a business and develop business skills.