Peckham Festival

14th – 16th September 2018 Celebrating creative and cultural Peckham. FREE ENTRY!


Dental Check by One!

Has your child seen a Dentist yet? The Chief Dental Officer for England is promoting early dental access and preventive care for young children aged 0-2 years, in line with a national campaign for a ‘Dental Check by One’ – a first dental visit by a child’s first birthday. This work is part of wider efforts to reduce the large number of children undergoing
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Nell Gwynn Receives Award

On the last week of term, Nell Gwynn Nursery School received a wonderful surprise in the form of a certificate from Higgins for our participation in the hourding arts project.


Photo reveal on Meeting House Lane

Dear Parents & Carers, Please take some time to look through some photos taken at our exciting photo reveal on Meeting House Lane on 18th July 2018. Children, parents/carers and staff were delighted to finally see the photographs Nell Gwynn children had taken within the local area over the past month. The photographs will remain on the hoardings while the redevelopment takes place.


Brilliant Summer Books


Pempeople Pop-Up Shop

Dear Parents/Carers, Please do come along to the Pempeople (People Empowering People) Peckham Pop-Up Shop on Peckham High Street (near to Peckham Library), to see artwork produced by Nell Gwynn and Ann Bernadt children, previously shown on a screen during The Tate Exchange Project. The cardboard screens children decorated will also be displayed and there will be a photographic slideshow. Don’t miss this fantastic
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Carnival 2018

Children and their families had great fun participating in the Nell Gwynn Carnival. Children performed, families participated in origami and creating masks. Henna, nail and face painting were extremely popular and the food was enjoyed by all! A big thank you to Margaret and Lily for rehearsals and organisation and a big shout out to the performers who came along to our Carnival. Everyone
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Mayor’s anti-knife crime campaign!

London Needs you Alive: Don’t Carry a Knife The young people of London are incredible. We want you to know how important you are, that your lives matter and that London would not be London without you. That’s why you shouldn’t carry a knife.  


Keeping Well Post Birth

Overview: A 10 week therapeutic early intervention programme for mothers, with infants under 6 months, experiencing or at risk of post natal depression or stress. Start date: Thursday 20th September 2018 at: Grove Children and Family Centre, Tower Mill Road, London SE15 6BP Aims: To promote awareness of post natal emotional well-being and the impact this has upon parenting and relationships within the family
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Shop Well for Less!

The BBC show “Shop Well for Less” is currently on the lookout for families and households who would like to save some money on their monthly spend. To take part, call or email on: T: 0117 970 7670 E: shopwell@rdftelevision.com If you are interested, why not give them a call?