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″]

Best Start for Toddlers

Rye Oak Children’s Centre will be hosting a Free 5-week Learning Unlimited course for parents and carers entitled “Best Start for Toddlers”. The course takes place every Wednesday from 9.30am-11.30am from 10th January – 7th February 2018.  What will I get from attending the course? Knowledge and skills to support your toddler’s development A better understanding of play, language development and other toddler-related topics The
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Cook and Eat Course

Rye Oak Children’s Centre are hosting a 6 week course covering cooking and healthy eating. What you will gain: Knowledge about healthy eating New skills in cooking, budgeting and shopping New recipes to try with your family. Chance to meet new people The course dates are as follows: Thursday 2018 – 13.00 15.00 18th of January – the eat well guide 25th of January
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A Huge Thanks to Morrisons

We want to say a big thank you and a very merry Christmas to Morrisons in Peckham (in particular Rose who is our link to the store). They have kindly provided us with food, resources and vouchers this term. The children have visited Morrisons regularly to exchange vouchers for resources needed in the nursery. We are grateful to Morrisons for their generosity and taking an interest in
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Fatherhood Institute Newsletter – Dec17

Fair Jobs for Dads Check out our new video for Family Foundations – the highly evidenced, seven-week ante- and post-natal course for expectant mothers and fathers that we offer exclusively in the UK… To see the entire newsletter, CLICK HERE.

Healthy Eating Workshop – A Great Success!

On Tuesday 5th December 2017, Nell Gwynn Nursery ran a Healthy Eating Workshop for Parents/Carers to promote healthy snacks and encourage families to prepare nutritious yet simple meals. It was very popular with the participants and there have been discussions about posting healthy recipes and ideas on our website so look out for those coming soon! We took some pictures during our workshop, which
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Keeping Well Post Birth

Thursday 11th January 2018 Grove Children and Family Centre Tower Mill Road, London SE15 6BP 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 emotional well-being and the impact this has upon parenting and relationships within the family To discuss a variety of coping
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B&Q Christmas Tree Donation

Dear Parents/Carers, Many thanks for working in partnership with us this term. The children have benefited from parents/carers reading to children, showing an interest in their learning journeys and valuing how children learn through play. We have been struck by your generosity whether raising money for charity or thoughtfully putting together gifts within Christmas shoe boxes. We hope you have found supportive meetings and
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