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Family Connect – free online sessions for parents and carers

Family Connects are one-off online events providing an opportunity to connect with other parents and carers via Zoom and learn about topics relevant to families and children aged 0-5. Plus you will share ideas in how to support children’s early education and each other. The Connect sessions are free thanks to funding from the Department of Education. […]

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Moments that Matter!

From talking and singing to playing games, small everyday interactions with your baby or child can make all the difference to their growing brains. By making the most of everyday moments to nurture your child’s growing brain, you’ll help them to get the language and communication skills they need – setting them up for school

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Bumps to babies: supporting learning through pregnancy and beyond – FREE one hour online sessions

Pregnancy can be an exciting time, but did you know it is also a great time to start supporting your baby’s learning and development? During this one-hour session we will discuss why the first 1001 days from conception to two years are so important and share ideas about how you can start to support your

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Lewisham SEND Local Offer

A local offer is for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) aged 0 to 25 years. It provides information and support services available to families in their local area. ‘Local offer’ is a term from the national government. Explore the Lewisham Local Offer for children and young people with special educational

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Talking to your baby or child when out and about – The Walk & Talk Trail

Make the most of everyday opportunities to chat with your baby or toddler while you are out and about. It will help them to develop their speech and communication skills. The new Walking Trail from the Literacy Trust is a great resource to get you started on making everyday trips a learning experience for your

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Is speaking to our child in two different languages too confusing and will it hinder their development?

Knowledge of two languages – bilingualism – is becoming increasingly common in the UK. While the British may have an international reputation for being relatively limited with languages, the reality is quite different. Immigration to Britain has made us more linguistically diverse with many different languages spoken in homes, in addition to English. This article

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