At Nell Gwynn Nursery School we are fully committed to giving all our children access to high quality early years education, recognising the importance of laying a firm foundation for later learning. Our aim is to provide a rich and relevant curriculum through play, enabling children to make the best possible progress. We are dedicated to inclusion and our strength lies in responding to children’s diverse learning needs. We actively seek to remove the barriers to learning and participation which may hinder or exclude children. It is our wish to see our children thrive and feel valued as members of the wider school community.
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To download the full Nell Gwynn Nursery School Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Information Report, please click on the button below:
Speech & Language Therapy
- Speech & Language covering letter
- Speech & Language Drop-ins for under 5s
- Speech and Language Training For Early Years Staff
- Chattertime play sessions flyer
Please choose from the links below:
Southwark Information Advice and Support Team (SIAS):
Tel: 0207 525 3104
National Autistic Society:
Meeting the Needs of Ethnic Minority Families Living with Autism (NEMFLA)links:
Downs Syndrome Association:
Down Right Excellent!
Provides information and advice for carers and aims to raise awareness of the rights and needs of carers in Southwark.
Tel: 020 7708 4497
Cerebral Palsy Helpline
Tel: 0808 800 3333
Southwark Parent Carers’ Council
Provides independent advocacy and representation for children with severe learning disabilities and/or complex needs.
Contact: Vicky Cowin (Thursday & Friday)
131 Camberwell New Road,
London, SE5 OHF
Tel: 020 7701 0743/020 7708 1408
Children with disabilities and complex needs social work team
This is a specialised team within social care which can become involved with families where there is a disabled child with a severe and permanent disability. The team is made up of Social Workers, Social Worker Assistants, a Communication Specialist, support staff and managers.
They provide advice, information and signposting, carry out assessments, plan services and provide social care support.
The disablities’ team can work jointly with many of the other professionals in the building in a ‘team around the child’ approach.
Parents can refer themselves by telephone or letter.
Sunshine House in the Southwark Children and Young People’s Development Centre, 27 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UH
Tel: 020 3049 8250
National Autistic Society – Website: www.autism.org.uk Address: 393 City Road, London, EC1V 1NG Tel: 020 7833 2299
Parents’ Voices Website: www.southwarkpcc.org.uk This is a Southwark Parent Carers’ Council run by parents who have children with a disability.
Autism Support Group, Tel: 020 7525 2897
Behaviour Support Team, Tel: 020 7525 2897
Family Information Service, Tel: 0800 013 0639