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Baby Massage Class at Rye Oak

Rye Oak Children’s Centre will be hosting a 5 Week Baby Massage Class Starting Thursday 3rd May 2018 from 1.30pm –2.30pm. 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 contact Rye Oak on: RYE
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OFSTED Inspection – February 2018

Ann Bernadt Nursery is proud to announce that its latest OFSTED Inspection Report has been officially published today. The inspection, which took place on 6th February 2018 by Helen Ridding, Ofsted Inspector was the first short inspection carried out since the school was judged to be good in November 2013. This inspection revealed that Ann Bernadt Nursery school continues to be a good School.
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Autism Insight

Sports Relief 2018

On Friday 23rd March we will be raising money for Sports Relief. Children are invited to wear comfortable clothing to exercise in and we welcome any parents/carers who might be able to contribute to the day by leading exercise sessions. A fun event where we are actively promoting the benefits of physical activity on children’s health and wellbeing. For more information, download our flyer: Sport
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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: Parental_Mental_Health_Team_Southwark@slam.nhs.uk 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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Trip to Larissa – Day 4

First of all James presented his research in to the history of the Larissa theatre, which was very interesting and informative. In the morning we focused on sculpture and storytelling through remembered experiences. This culminated in two performances around the theme of a wedding. We attempted to create and perform the scene from two cultural perspectives, first Greek and then Indian. We then reflected
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Trip to Larissa – Day 3

This was a highly charged day for everyone.  Each had been asked to bring a small object from home relating to our childhood.  WE then discussed their significance in the group.  We then created a story in groups of four taking inspiration from the objects.  The big surprise was that we were permitted to go and perform our play in the ancient Greek theatre
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Trip to Larissa – Day 2

This morning our session began with our Professor telling us that a small bird had flown into the room and could we find it for her. Our sessions have been very engaging and interactive introducing ways of working with SEND and non SEND children by having us take part in the activities ourselves. They have also been very focused on emotional literacy – both
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Trip to Larissa – Day 1

Before we left for Larissa all staff worked together to produce a presentation on aspects of our culture. Lynne spoke a little about our education system then provided some information about Shakespeare as the theme of our course is supporting children, especially those with additional needs, with drama based activities, Levia presented some modern British poetry about London. James and Julie spoke about their role
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