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Stay at home Library of activities

Visit the Stay-at-Home Library for resources you can use any time as well as a range of live online events and activities for you to enjoy from the comfort of your own home. We’ve selected a few highlights below, and you can explore everything that’s on offer here. Dates for your diary Get involved in Race to Health at Home – 25th May to 7th June Looking
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Nunhead Knocks

We’re here to help! Nunhead Knocks is a community-based, all-volunteer organisation. We work within the Nunhead, Peckham, and Queens Road (United Kingdom) areas connecting people in need of assistance due to the Covid-19 outbreak to help.. If you need support, you can message us here or call us on 02074594428. You can find out more on our website: https://www.nunheadknocks.com/


A Tiger came to tea (With Makaton)

As part of our World Book Day celebrations, we not only spent a wonderful whole day reading fantastic books and listening to our favourite stories. We also watched and listened to some classic children’s books read using Makaton. To watch this video of “A Tiger came to tea” read using Makaton, please click on the play button. 


Term End Festive Activities at Nell Gwynn

December is absolutely jam packed with exciting activities leading up to the end of term and the Christmas break.  To help you keep note of the many important dates we have ahead of us, we have created a breakdown of all activities leading us up to 19th December 2019. We hope to see you at ALL of our many events! Thursday 12th December: Christmas
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Stay Safe this Bonfire Night!

We are very excited to announce CAPT have joined forces with Fireman Sam in order to switch more children on to safety this Halloween and Bonfire night. Have a look at our safety tips which give families the know-how they need to minimise risks and react quickly if an accident does happen from fireworks, bonfires and flammable costumes. Firework and Bonfire Safety tips: Watching fireworks is great fun. But taking care is
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Iceland Trip – Day 3

Day 3 Monday 21st October: We split into two groups to visit a number of nursery schools in the local area. Furuskogur preschool, Vinagerdi Preschool, Sunnufold and Drafnarsteinn preschools.  We were welcomed by the schools who gave us time to observe and discuss and reflect. We learnt a great deal about our similarities and differences. The visits reinforced the fact that less is more when it comes
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Iceland Trip – Day 2

Day 2 Sunday 20th October: We got up early to participate in a cultural day round the Island. We went on a Boreal Jeep tour round Iceland’s most spectacular sites.  We saw where tectonic plate are now moving apart at 2 cm a year in an area know as “No Man’s Land”. We went to the original Geysir which has now got a bit tired, but luckily the
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Iceland Trip – Day 1

Day 1 Saturday 19 October: We flew to Reykjavik and transferred to our hotel on the outskirts of the city. We had a clear view from the plane enabling some wonderful views on the approach. A very different landscape from the one we are familiar with. Spectacular cliffs, mountain ranges and lakes. Some of us went to a local Icelandic restaurant and tried wonderfully
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Parent Governor Elections

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), The names of the parents who are standing as candidates in the Parent Governor Election are: Leanne Hinds Sheryl Thompson All candidates have provided a written statement and these are available fr download via the links below: Leanna Hinds Statement Sheryl Thompson Statement I hope you will support the election by completing and returning the ballot form overleaf which must be received
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Working with Gender Action!

At Ann Bernadt and Nell Gwynn Nursery Schools, we are working with Gender Action to help eradicate gender stereotypes. We want to help families and children to understand the importance of not giving young children gender stereotypes and how this can improve children’s potential in our society. Within this our main aims are: To use gender neutral terms such as ‘children’ and ‘people’ rather
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