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The Boloh Helpline

How BOLOH can help you this Winter This winter, there will be an influx of coughs, colds and chest infections in children aged 0-3. To reduce increased pressure on local healthcare systems, Barnardo’s has been funded by NHS England and Department for Health and Social Care (DHSC) to provide a helpline advising on respiratory illnesses, focused on supporting parents/carers from Black, Asian and Minority
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Learning at Ann Bernadt & Nell Gwynn

In this video Lynne and Levia discuss the many techniques and tools used to create the perfect learning environment for children attending both Ann Bernadt and Nell Gwynn Nursery Schools. To watch the video discussion, please click on the play button.


Autumn Term 2021

Welcome to our school! we have created a short information video outlining the many changes and key steps we have put in place to allow for our full return to school this Autumn. We do hope that this video goes some way to answering the many questions that you have; however, if you do need more information, please feel free to contact us. Please
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Fatherhood Newsletter – November 2021

Let’s do more to prepare men for the most important job they’ll ever have. Fatherhood. Today is International Men’s Day, and we’re marking it by launching some resources that could be a big help to dads, and the services around them. Becoming Dad Becoming Dad is our new guide for expectant and new fathers, published with the Mental Health Foundation and available for free from
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Parent Zone Webinar – 18th November

We know how important communication is to allow parents and carers to explore and understand their child’s online world, and to encouraging children to talk to someone if they  have a problem online. To coincide with national Anti-Bullying Week, we are offering a fantastic FREE webinar next Thursday entitled ‘Be Internet Brave’ – focused on supporting parents and carers of primary-age children to communicate about
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7 ways to encourage a love of poetry in children

Written by by Charlotte Hacking of CLIPPA Poetry provides the gateway for so many young readers and writers in their journey towards becoming literate; delighting, supporting and engaging children as they build a love of literature. This year’s CLiPPA shortlist provides an excellent range of the best quality poetry for children of all ages. There are examples that will spark joy in the very youngest
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FREE Parentzone Webinar this week!

Dear Parents & Carers, We know that for many of us, the rise of online gaming has had a major impact on family life. For parents and carers who want to learn more about how to keep their children safe when gaming online, we have a fantastic FREE webinar taking place this Thursday @ 5pm. Sophie, an expert in digital family-life, will help Southwark
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Parent Zone – Digital Support

At Nell Gwynn Nursery we know how important it to keep our children safe online, and the vital role that parents, carers, and guardians play in helping teach our young people the protective skills and behaviours that they need to safely navigate the digital world – whether that’s social-media, apps, or gaming. We recognise that online harms can affect any young person in any family,
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SEN Newsletter – October 2021

Online Education from New Skills Academy Online training New Skills Academy pride themselves on providing the best online education courses to further your career. Their experienced tutors have meticulously created some incredibly well received diplomas. Their diverse portfolio includes courses in the following areas; Autism Awareness Diploma, ADHD Diploma and Asperger Syndrome Awareness Diploma. Use code SEN76 for up to an 76% discount on
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The Lucy Faithfull Foundation

Stop It Now! For anyone who works with or cares for children and young people, it is crucial to understand a child’s vulnerability to sexual abuse and exploitation, both online and offline. That’s why our campaign encourages parents, carers and professionals to START having age-appropriate conversations with children and young people about personal boundaries, relationships and sex, to help keep them safe. And that’s why we’re
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