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Come along to our Open Morning on Thursday 2nd May 2019 from 9.30am until 11am. You will have a tour of the school led by current pupils and meet our Headmistress Jill Walker. If you are interested in a place for your child at St Nicholas Preparatory School, please fill in an online enquiry form or call the Admissions Team on 0207 591 2631. We look forward to seeing you at the Open Morning.
A talk by The Parent Practice on ‘Bringing out The Best in your Children’ on Thursday 27th September 2018 from 6.30pm until 8pm.
The talk will be informative and give lots of practical tips and ideas, whether you have specific problems or are just facing the everyday challenges of bringing up children. It is ideal for children of all ages but we be specifically focusing on the 4-11 year olds.
It can be daunting for young children and parents to take their first steps into education. To ease this transition, we are hosting a free Teddy Bears Picnic on Tuesday 2nd October, 10am to 11.15am for children between 2 and 4 years. There’s a picnic, crafts, singing, and of course…teddy bears!
On 17 April, St Nicholas Prep School and Dr Aric Sigman, a child psychologist and Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology, will run a free talk about the importance of parents tackling body image issues facing children. Dr Sigman will explore why body dissatisfaction has become so prevalent in children, how to prevent these feelings from developing in the first place and how parents can act as role models for their children.
St. Nicholas Preparatory School and Andrea Grace – one of the UK’s most well-known and respected child sleep experts will talk to parents about how they can best solve the problem if their child is struggling with sleepless nights.
The sleep expert for Mother & Baby Magazine and author of Gentle Sleep Solutions will explore how to distinguish between behavioural and physiological sleep issues and provide plenty of excellent tips and advice.
Dr Aric Sigman gives a talk on the importance of managing screen time for your children and the effects of screen dependency. An incredibly useful insight into this very relevant topic based on his research and a number of published papers.