Keeping Well Post Birth

Workshop: Keeping Well Post Birth Starts: Wednesday 25th April 2018 Contacts: Sarah Maris-Shaw: 07816 324396 Sarah Ryan: 07815 448408 Email: Location: Rye Oak Children’s Centre, Whorlton Road, London SE15 3PD Overview: A 10 week therapeutic early intervention programme for mothers, with infants under 6 months, experiencing or at risk of post natal depression. AIMS: To promote awareness of post natal depression and stress
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Nell Gwynn gets Gold!

Nell Gwynn Nursery are extremely proud to announce that we recently presented with a gold certification from the London Children’s Flower Society for their Spring Competition. Since its foundation in 1945, the London Children’s Flower Society has given young school children, usually in primary schools but also in nursery and special needs schools, the opportunity to take an interest in horticulture. This activity enhances the
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Reading at Nell Gwynn

We all love to read here at Nell Gwynn Nursery. The children really enjoy getting involved in the stories and using their imagination to visualise the characters in the book. In this video, we show you a group of our children enjoying reading and telling stories. To watch this video, please click on the play button below.

Nell Gwynn book bag

Dear parents/carers, Just a reminder that you can purchase a durable Nell Gwynn book bag for transportation of lending books to and from school. This encourages children to borrow books and supports them in learning to care for books. Book bags can be purchased from the Reception Area at a cost of £3.50.

World Book Week 2018

Due to snow closures, we have had to postpone our book week fun in the main; however, look out for Friday 9th March! Please see below. World Book Week 2018: Friday 9th March: We will all be dressing up in pyjamas and getting all warm and cozy for some fun and exciting bed time stories​ on World Book Day! Watch this space as we
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Win a garden shed for your school!


Fatherhood Institute Newsletter – Feb 2018

Where’s the Daddy? Why we need a rethink of UK family data & policy Our three-year-long study, Where’s the Daddy?, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, lays out in forensic detail how 16 large-scale repeated cross-sectional and longitudinal datasets (like the Census and the British Social Attitudes survey) identify, differentiate and collect data about British fathers – or, all too often, don’t. To see the
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SEN Magazine

SEN Magazine is a glossy, full colour magazine published every two months and packed full of interesting and authoritative features, news and articles covering all issues to do with SEN and disability. It’s essential reading for teachers, SENCOs, carers, parents, therapists and all practitioners in special needs. To read our latest newsletter, CLICK HERE.

Baby Massage Class

Rye Oak Children’s Centre will be hosting a 5 week baby massage class starting Thursday 22nd February 2018. The classes are run on a friendly and informal basis, giving parents the opportunity to learn the principles of Developmental Baby Massage in a relaxed and sociable environment where lasting friendships are often made. For more information, please download the flier via the link below: Baby
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Visit to Tate Britain

In preparation for our exhibition at the Tate Modern a group of children visited the Rachel Whiteread exhibition to view her range of sculptures. Children enjoyed the experience of visiting the gallery and were keen to document what they had seen afterwards in the Paper Room. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]

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