SEN Newsletter April 2019

Autism: where we are in 2019 What’s it like to be autistic and how does the public today understand autism? To read more, CLICK HERE


We visited the Young Vic!

A group of children from Nell Gwynn Nursery School visited the Young Vic on Tuesday March 26th to see The Town That Trees Built. The children made flowers to take to the performance and they were captivated by what they saw. The level of interactivity and visual stimulation was pleasing to all of the children and pitched perfectly for their age group. A big
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21st Century Fathers Conference: BOOK NOW

REGISTER NOW Hands-on dads: we know how important they are…we know they’re out there… but how can we best support them?  The Fatherhood Institute has been advocating for involved fathers since 1999, and to mark our 20th birthday we’ve organised 21st Century Fathers: Creating the Space for Involved Fatherhood: a national conference for anyone with a professional interest in dads. Catch up with the latest research from around the world…
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Baby Massage Class at Rye Oak – April 2019

Our 5 week  targeted Baby Massage sessions start again on Wednesday 24th April 2019 at 1.30pm at Rye Oak Children’s Centre. Benefits of Developmental Baby Massage: Improves flexibility Boosts immunity Aids sleep Promotes bonding A deeper understanding of your baby’s behaviour  Aims of Developmental Baby Massage: An opportunity to promote attachment and positive interactions between babies and their carers To offer positive health benefits for both babies and adults An opportunity to learn the skills of infant massage
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The Friday Big Draw

We had our Big Draw on Friday. It was an amazing day of creative fun and exploration. Both children and parents all had a fantastic day of learning. If you couldn’t join us, don’t worry. We have offered the presentation from the workshop on the stages of drawing presented to the parents/carers below. Stages of Mark-Making – Parent Workshop Gallery: There are also a
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It’s Growing Week!

At Nell Gwynn this week, we will be taking part in Growing Week (25th -29th March). We will be planting with the children all this week, teaching them about what plants need in order to grow. Children will be planting seeds as well as bulbs in growing spaces around the nursery.  We would like to invite parents/carers in this Wednesday (27th March) to join
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Summer Fair Planning Meeting

Friends of Nell Gwynn and Ann Bernadt are holding a meeting to plan this year’s SUMMER FAIR to fundraise for the schools. We need more VOLUNTEERS to make it a success! Join us on Tuesday 26th March, 9:30 am, at Nell Gwynn to find out about the different roles and how you can help. If you can’t attend the meeting but would like to help with
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Parent/Carer Forum

Dear Parents and Carers, There will be a Parent/Carer Forum at Nell Gwynn on Wednesday 20th March. All parents are welcome! Please could parents/carers go up to the meeting room between 9.15am and 9.30am that morning for a 9.30am start. We look forward to seeing you all.


Harriet Harman MP signs our pledge!

Keep funding going for maintained nursery schools Sam met with Harriet Harman MP yesterday at Parliament and asked her to sign the pledge to keep funding going for maintained nursery schools. Harriet was happy to do this (please see signed pledge). Sam then joined the march from Downing Street. The parliamentary session and march were very well attended. Please continue to email your MPs
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Be inspired at InSpire

InSpire – The Crypt at St.Peter’s Church, Liverpool Grove, Walworth, London SE17 2HH T: 020 7740 6868 www.in-spire.org.uk donna@in-spire.org.uk   InSpire is situated in the crypt of St.Peter’s Church, Liverpool Grove, SE17 2HH.It is easily accessible from Walworth Rd. Liverpool Grove is situated between “Box Clever” and “Rooster’s” opposite Iceland on the Walworth Rd. InSpire from:Elephant & Castle – Bus Stops D, M & H
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