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Primary Parents Support Group
A message from Mandy Stock (Parent Support Worker)
Remember the Parents Support sessions are set up with guidance from you in a space where you can have time to meet other parents, share your knowledge and experiences and learn new skills.
You can make visual supports as advised by your child’s school therapists or teacher to use at home on a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Friday at any time.
Please contact me and we can work together: Mandy.Stock@thebridgelondon.co.uk 0207 619 1000
Ricky will be available every Tuesday morning to support you with any behaviour of concern and you can contact him by email: Ricky.Doherty@thebridgelondon.co.uk
Sessions for parents are taking place in the Parents’ Room on our usual Tuesday mornings at 9.15 – 12.00 and throughout the week
Dates for your diaries
- Tuesday 28th January: 10.00-11.00am – Nasir Butt Islington’s Blue Badge Officer
- Tuesday 4th February: Come and explore some of the learning apps we use at The Bridge. Bring along your Ipad, phone or laptop and our IT teacher Jim will support you.
- Tuesday 11th February: 10.00-11.00am – Update on Islington Services for SEND with Kathryn Briggs. 12.30-1.45pm – Somatic Workshop with Georgie Ferrero. Limited places available to The Bridge Primary, Secondary and Hungerford satellites (3 places left).
- Thursday 13th February: 10.00-11.00am – Cyber/Internet Safety workshop with Microsoft Community Development Specialist, Sahar Ifrani.
- Half Term
- Tuesday 25th February: 10.00-12pm – Parent Consultation Workshop for Islington’s Home/School Travel Assistance Policy 20/21 with Christin Eibsch.
- Tuesday 10th March: 10.00-12pm – Action For Children (After School and Saturday Club) with Simone.
Let me know if you are interested in going out together as a group once a fortnight, once a month or each week on Thursday mornings.
Some parents have suggested Granary Square, Covent Garden, the Tate Modern, a walk along the River Thames.
My email is at the top of this letter, please let me know your thoughts.
Parents Support Worker