Animal Show – Date change!

Dear Parents and Carers, Due to unforeseen circumstances the animal show ​will be taking place on Tuesday 16th July instead of the farm. View the online: http://www.slstc.southwarklea.org.uk/animal_shows.htm ​If parents/carers have any concerns about handling of creatures, for instance children having phobias or restrictions on handling due to religious reasons, then please could they let us know. We can reassure parents/carers that the animal show will be
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Keeping Well Post Birth Group

Dear Parents, The next Keeping Well Post Birth Group will start Wednesday 18th September 2019 at Rye Oak Children’s Centre, Whorlton Road, London SE15 3PD. Download the flyer and programme for you and would be grateful if you could cascade this email out to your colleagues. Keeping Well Post Birth Flyer Sept 2019 The 10 week group is for Southwark women who have some
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Coffee Morning – 11th July

Dear Parents and Carers, There will be a Southwark Parents Coffee morning on Thursday 11th July. The coffee morning runs from 10am -12.30pm at Cambridge House. Best wishes Debbie Gordon Administrator


Fatherhood Newsletter – July 2019

Join us at our national Men In The Early Years conference The 4th National MITEY (Men In The Early Years) Conference, Bringing Men into the Early Years: The Why and The How, will take place in London on 4 September. Only 3% of the UK’s early years workforce are men – a number that has barely changed in two decades. Our MITEY campaign aims to change that.
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SEN Newsletter – July 2019

Stress busting family days out Five top tips to take the worry out of family days out with a child with SEN, by Dave King. With the great British summer upon us, families the length and breadth of the UK are making plans for how to keep their kids from becoming bored and frustrated through endless school-less days.  To read more, CLICK HERE


Toileting Workshop

Early Years Autism Support Team invite you to attend our Toileting Workshop, which takes place on Thursday 18th July 2019 from 10:00 –11:30am or from 1:00- 2:30pm. Location: Southwark Council Offices, London Bridge,  160 Tooley Street SE1 2QH Please note: There is NO crèche provided for this workshop. Please make other childcare arrangements. Book your place: To book your space please contact Claire Grainger on 07958
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The positive and negative impacts of Social Media and Mental Health

In our tech-driven world, social media and mental health are interlinked in the lives of young people. This #WakeUpWednesday, we’re looking at the positive and negative impacts of social media that trusted adults need to be aware of.  Social Media is often scrutinised as having a negative impact on children’s mental health. Children and young people are now growing up in a technology dominated world,
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Inspection of Nell Gwynn Nursery School by Ofsted

Dear Parents and Carers, We have just been informed that we will be inspected by OFSTED on 25 June 2019. The lead inspector will be Tom Canning. Please take a few minutes to download and read the letter from OFSTED to you, and a leaflet which came with this letter. It explains why OFSTED inspect schools, and what happens during an inspection. Your views
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South London Gallery

The Nell Gwynn Nursery Children visited the South London Gallery this week, creating some amazing sculptures on a large scale using a variety of materials. We took some pictures of their visit, which can be seen in the gallery below. Please click on the thumbnails for a larger view. They will be visiting again next week so look out for more pictures!


FREE English Classes from September 2019

In partnership with Lewisham College For parents with children under five years Gain a recognised accredited qualification.  Meet other parents and share experience Lessons will take place at the following centres:   Ivydale Bellwood Rd, SE15 3DE 020 7639 2702 x232     Rye Oak Whorlton Rd, SE15 3PD 020 3848 5780     Ann Bernadt 29 Chandler Way, SE15 6DT 020 7525 0252
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