Shenley Road, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK3 7AW

01908376011

Romans Field School

Building Success Together

At Romans Field School we believe that we should take part in many activities and events that link us to the local community. Below you can find some more information. You can also find some information about organisations that can offer support to you and your child in the community. 

Help and Support

Below are a list of organisation which offer a range of help and support for you and your child.

Community Fridge

Offers a simple solution to wasting less through the sharing of good quality food to benefit the people of Milton Keynes.

Food Bank

Is a non-profit organisation who distributes donated and purchased groceries directly to families who require additional support.

MK Storehouse

Aims to ensure that any person struggling financially in Milton Keynes is given good, free, quality clothing. 

The Marc and Frank Moran Centre

Is open to residents for free internet access and use of PCs. Residents are welcome to drop-in for tea or coffee, meet friends or make new ones! Friendly staff are on hand for support throughout the week.  If there are specific needs or help you need, we can enable you to access organisations that have the skills and capacity to support you.

Service Six

Provides a wide range of services within Northamptonshire, Milton Keynes, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire, we support children, young people, adults, families who are experiencing disadvantage, social isolation or emotional difficulties.

PACA

Is an independent forum for parent carers of children and young people with disabilities or additional needs who live in Milton Keynes.

CAMHS

Milton Keynes Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) supports families and professionals who are concerned about children and young people who may be experiencing mental health difficulties. 

SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disability Information, Advice and Support Service.

Every Mind Matters

Top tips to support children and young people