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Parent Governor Elections

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), The names of the parents who are standing as candidates in the Parent Governor Election are: Leanne Hinds Sheryl Thompson All candidates have provided a written statement and these are available fr download via the links below: Leanna Hinds Statement Sheryl Thompson Statement I hope you will support the election by completing and returning the ballot form overleaf which must be received
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Working with Gender Action!

At Ann Bernadt and Nell Gwynn Nursery Schools, we are working with Gender Action to help eradicate gender stereotypes. We want to help families and children to understand the importance of not giving young children gender stereotypes and how this can improve children’s potential in our society. Within this our main aims are: To use gender neutral terms such as ‘children’ and ‘people’ rather
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Measles in South London

Dear Parents and Carers, We would like to inform you on an update about measles in South London and current resources available to you. Since the 1st April this year the Public Health Authority have had 27 laboratory confirmed cases of measles reported to the South London Health Protection team.  Confirmed cases have been across all ages from under 1 year to over 50
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Parent Governor Elections

Dear Parent/Guardian, A vacancy has arisen for a parent governor on the School’s Governing Body and I am writing to invite nominations for the position. All parents and guardians of children who attend the school (except for those who are elected members of the local education authority or are paid to work at the school for more than 500 hours in a twelve month
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Summer Carnival 2019

On Thursday 18th July 2019, parents and carers, children and staff at Ann Bernadt Nursery gathered for the annual Summer Carnival! Although the rain did pour for the first hour, this didn’t deter our parents and children from attending our annual fun day, which as usual, was a great success! We had a plethora of fun activities, music, stories, and our regular “Junk Orchestra”
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Surrey Docks Farm visit

On Wednesday 17th July Ann Bernadt Nursery miraculously turned into a Farm Yard as we were joined by the amazing people and animals from Surrey Docks Farm. The children had a magical day as you will see in the pictures below. Please click on the thumbnails for a larger view. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Surrey Docks Farm for their
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Coffee Morning – 11th July

Dear Parents and Carers, There will be a Southwark Parents Coffee morning on Thursday 11th July. The coffee morning runs from 10am -12.30pm at Cambridge House. Best wishes Debbie Gordon Administrator


Fatherhood Newsletter – July 2019

Join us at our national Men In The Early Years conference The 4th National MITEY (Men In The Early Years) Conference, Bringing Men into the Early Years: The Why and The How, will take place in London on 4 September. Only 3% of the UK’s early years workforce are men – a number that has barely changed in two decades. Our MITEY campaign aims to change that.
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SEN Newsletter – July 2019

Stress busting family days out Five top tips to take the worry out of family days out with a child with SEN, by Dave King. With the great British summer upon us, families the length and breadth of the UK are making plans for how to keep their kids from becoming bored and frustrated through endless school-less days. To read more, CLICK HERE


The positive and negative impacts of Social Media and Mental Health

In our tech-driven world, social media and mental health are interlinked in the lives of young people. This #WakeUpWednesday, we’re looking at the positive and negative impacts of social media that trusted adults need to be aware of.  Social Media is often scrutinised as having a negative impact on children’s mental health. Children and young people are now growing up in a technology dominated world,
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