SEN Newsletter April 2019

Autism: where we are in 2019 What’s it like to be autistic and how does the public today understand autism? To read more, CLICK HERE

21st Century Fathers Conference: BOOK NOW

REGISTER NOW Hands-on dads: we know how important they are…we know they’re out there… but how can we best support them?  The Fatherhood Institute has been advocating for involved fathers since 1999, and to mark our 20th birthday we’ve organised 21st Century Fathers: Creating the Space for Involved Fatherhood: a national conference for anyone with a professional interest in dads. Catch up with the latest research from around the world…
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Summer Fair Planning Meeting

Friends of Nell Gwynn and Ann Bernadt are holding a meeting to plan this year’s SUMMER FAIR to fundraise for the schools. We need more VOLUNTEERS to make it a success! Join us on Tuesday 26th March, 9:30 am, at Nell Gwynn to find out about the different roles and how you can help. If you can’t attend the meeting but would like to help with
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Harriet Harman MP signs our pledge!

Keep funding going for maintained nursery schools Sam met with Harriet Harman MP yesterday at Parliament and asked her to sign the pledge to keep funding going for maintained nursery schools. Harriet was happy to do this (please see signed pledge). Sam then joined the march from Downing Street. The parliamentary session and march were very well attended. Please continue to email your MPs
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Be inspired at InSpire

InSpire – The Crypt at St.Peter’s Church, Liverpool Grove, Walworth, London SE17 2HH T: 020 7740 6868   InSpire is situated in the crypt of St.Peter’s Church, Liverpool Grove, SE17 2HH.It is easily accessible from Walworth Rd. Liverpool Grove is situated between “Box Clever” and “Rooster’s” opposite Iceland on the Walworth Rd. InSpire from:Elephant & Castle – Bus Stops D, M & H
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Happy World Book Day!

Celebrate the magic of sharing stories from breakfast to bedtime… Hooray, World Book Day is finally here! Today is the day when we go bananas over books, crazy about our favourite characters and share stories from brekkie to bedtime. Reading together and sharing stories can have a hugely positive impact on a child’s future and we want EVERYONE to make time for the most important 10 minutes of the
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SEN Newsletter March 2019

Online safety in a shifting world How can we protect children from the new threats they face online? To read more, CLICK HERE

63,000 Young Londoners benefit from Young Londoners Fund

The Mayor announced the £45m Young Londoners Fund round 1 projects. The aim is to help children and young people reach their potential through education, sport and cultural activities. It’s part of the Mayor’s public health approach to helping young Londoners at risk of getting caught up in crime. For the full story & more, CLICK HERE.

Essential First Aid Course

DATE: 28th February 2019 VENUE: Cambridge House, Addington Square, SE5 0HF TIME: 10.00am-1.30pm- anybody that arrives after 10.30 will be turned away. This course is for parents who want to know what action to take in any emergency and want to learn how to deal with accidents and injuries. It covers emergency life support procedures for adults, children and infants. This course will be
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Energy Saving Workshop

ENERGY SAVINGS AND FINANCIAL CAPABILITIES WORKSHOP The workshop will be facilitated by an Energy Champion Financial/ Capability Trainer-Andrea Bedward from Citizens Advice Southwark DATE: 13th February 2019 VENUE: Cambridge House, Addington Square, SE5 0HF TIME: 10am-2PM (Lunch provided) For booking and more information please call the office on 020 73587270 or text Caroline on 07415643899. You may also email us on