Lewisham Children & Family Centre

March timetable of activities from the Royal Society for Blind Children

Please find below the timetable of activities from the Royal Society for Blind Children

 

Go to the RSBC website for more information.

https://www.rsbc.org.uk/calendar-of-activities/

                                                                                                                                                                

Week 1
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
  1 2 3 4 5
  NO ACTIVITY  

 

 

Audio Book Club

 

 

 

 

NO ACTIVITY Assistive Tech,

3pm – 5pm

Heritage in Nature Project

11 – 25yrs

10am – 12pm

 

Cook – a – Long

11 – 25yrs

11am – 1pm

 

Supper Squad

8 – 15yrs

1:15pm – 2:15pm

 

Week 2
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
7 8 9 10 11 12
Assistive Tech

3pm – 5pm

 

Audio Book Club

8 – 15yrs

5pm – 6pm

Sisterhood

 

 

 

 

 

Sensory Story Time

0 – 8yrs

1pm – 2pm

 

Siblings Wellbeing Session

4:30pm – 5:15pm

 

Audio Book Club

16 – 25yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

Cook – a- Long

16 – 25yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

Supper Squad

16 – 25yrs

6pm – 7pm

Assistive Tech,

3pm – 5pm

Heritage in Nature Project

11 – 25yrs

All Day

 

Creative

8 – 25yrs

10am – 1pm

 

Week 3
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
14 15 16 17 18 19
Assistive Tech Workshop

8 – 25yrs

12pm – 3pm

 

Audio Book Club

8 – 15yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

Connecting Families Online

7:30pm – 9pm

 

 

 

 

Audio Book Club

16 – 25yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

 

Assistive Tech,

3pm – 5pm

 

 

Assistive Tech,

3pm – 5pm

 

Heritage in Nature Project

11 – 25yrs

10am – 12pm

 

PAN London HAWB

8 – 25yrs

10am – 1pm

 

 

 

Week 4
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
21 22 23 24 25 26
Assistive Tech

3pm – 5pm

 

Audio Book Club

8 – 15yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

Sisterhood

11 – 25yrs

5pm – 6pm 

Sensory Story Time

0 – 8yrs

1pm – 2pm

 

Siblings Wellbeing Session

4:30pm – 5:15pm

 

Audio Book Club

16 – 25yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

Youth Forum     (CLOSED GROUP) 5:30pm -7pm

 

Heritage in Nature Project

11 – 25yrs

5pm – 6pm

Assistive Tech,

3pm – 5pm

Heritage in Nature Project

11 – 25yrs

10am – 12pm

 

Tower Hamlets HAWB

8 – 25yrs

11am – 1pm

 

 

Week 5
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday    
28 29 30 31    
 

Assistive Tech

3pm – 5pm

 

Audio Book Club

8 – 15yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

No Activity Audio Book Club

16 – 25yrs

5pm – 6pm

 

     

 

New Sessions

 

Heritage in Nature Project

We’re excited to be delivering this new project in collaboration with PlayPlace and Shout Out Loud. Celebrating the life and work of Charles Darwin, one of the most important figures in science and natural history, we will be running a six-week programme in which young people are able to explore the natural environment and respond to it creatively.

 

The project will involve a field trip to Darwin’s house and garden, and young people will have the chance to record their feelings about nature through poetry, artwork and soundscapes. There will also be opportunities to vlog their experiences throughout the programme, with the intention of creating a film.

 

Updates

 

Audio Book Club: Mondays and Wednesdays

This popular group is now specifically targeted to meet the needs and interests of two different age groups. On Mondays, we will be running clubs for children and young people aged 8-15. On Wednesdays, the club is geared towards the young adult group aged 16-25.

 

Connecting Families Online: Tuesday 15th

Tricks and tips for managing emotional wellbeing

 

Following our successful session on emotional wellbeing, we’ve been asked to repeat this for those who were unable to attend last time. Wondering how you can better support your child’s mental health and emotional wellbeing at home and at school? Join our experienced Family Practitioners and other families of children and young people with a vision impairment to discuss and share tricks and tips for dealing with anxiety, body image, friendships, loneliness, stress and much more! Please email familiesfirst@rsbc.org.uk to register and a Teams invite will be sent on the day to join the evening session.

For Families

Through the Families First service (a nationwide team of qualified and experienced Family Practitioners) we provide support to children, young people and families who are affected by sight loss.

Find out more via this link;

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