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Greenwich Parent Voice

Welcome! 

We are a diverse, independent group of parents in Greenwich. All of us have a child with special educational needs or a disability. 

We support parents and carers with information to make life easier and opportunities to have fun, relax and get stronger mentally and physically. 

If you are are parent or carer of a child with a special need or disability, with or without a diagnosis JOIN HERE

NEW! Greenwich Parent Voice Hub

Trinity Methodist Community Hall, 265 Burrage Rd, London SE18 7JW
10am until 12 noon
16 October, 20 November, 18 December, 22 Jan, 26 Feb, 25 March, 22 April, 20 May, 24 June

A problem shared is a problem halved. Meet GPV reps and other parents who understand. Talk together a non-judgemental comfortable environment.

Get parents' advice on everything related to caring for your disabled child in mainstream, special, alternative or home education. We've got experience and tips for you on a huge range of topics including EHCPs, social care, education, leisure, housing, post16 and health.

Have a drink and a snack and take part in our creative activities if you want, there's a warm welcome for everyone including carers who are less confident, suffer from social anxiety, do not have English as a first language or may have their own learning difficulties.

Easy to reach by bus, parking on street nearby. 

Parents and children helping us launch the new inclusive playground in Greenwich Park 23 July 2019 

NEW! Free family swim sessions at the weekend for children with SEND

Better and RBG have collaborated to offer two free weekend swim sessions with dedicated lanes and lots of toys and floats two centres. The sessions take place at the Eltham Centre from 9-10am on a Sunday and Greenwich Centre from 12-1pm on Sunday. 

All you need to do is pre-register first by emailing Anthony.jones2@gll.org

Click on the image  for the brochure to read. Enjoy!

 

 

 

Embracing Diversity in BAME communities - a new film
GPV is not in itself a faith-based organisation. However, we understand that beliefs exist within some BAME communities, linked to religion, which prevent parents and carers taking control and living positively with their child's disability. Our aim is to end this stigma. We are delighted to launch our short film "Embracing Diversity" as part of a wider project that you can read about here.
Enjoy this short film in which parents speak movingly of their pride in their children. 


Listen to GPV parents talk about what it means to them to be part of our group