Autumn term events for parents and carers

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Here’s a round up of the dates in the diary for this term, we will be adding more soon including school visits and some special events.

GPV Walk in Royal Greenwich Park
September 30th, October 14th, November 11th, December 9th
Always at 10am-11am
Meeting Point: Greenwich Park, Blackheath Gate
– Walk with us around beautiful Royal Greenwich Park, find peace and companionship in this glorious natural space. The route is step-free and buggy accessible. We will end up at the Pavilion Cafe, where you may enjoy a hot drink on us!

Knit Stitch and Make free creative drop-in
September 23rd, October 7th, November 4th, December 2nd
Always at 10am at the Scullery Cafe, 48 Vanbrugh Park, SE3 7QJ
– Enjoy a friendly creative session with plenty of tea, coffee and cakes supplied. Bring your own project to work on or use some of our materials to have a go at something crafty. Or just sit with a hot drink and watch!
Please note the new time in the morning at 10am

Coffee morning with senior staff from Royal Borough of Greenwich Children’s Services Team
October 17th
10am til 12 noon
Coffee Lounge, Equitable House, Greens End, Woolwich, SE18 6AB
– Come and meet some of the team who run the Royal Greenwich Children’s Services Department. There will be representatives from the SEN Team, Social Care, Commissioning & Outreach services. They will give us some insight into how the departments work and there will be plenty of opportunity to chat informally. The Coffee Lounge is situated in central Woolwich close to the train station and on many bus routes. As usual we will provide free tea, coffee and cakes too.

Request a GPV school visit
– GPV visit schools across the borough every term to host coffee mornings specifically for parents of children with special needs. You don’t need to have a statement or plan for your child to join us. We usually bring a guest speaker on a topic that’s relevant for example ASD Outreach, the SaLT service or a charity such as Young Epilepsy. Our meetings are relaxed, informal, chatty and we always make sure there are hot drinks and cakes supplied! Ask your Senco to set up a coffee morning soon. [/message_box]

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