July 2011 news archive

Summer group tackles transition to secondary school

Making the transition from primary to secondary school can be daunting at the best of times, but for children with speech and language impairments or coordination and organisation difficulties, it ...

Published on 29th July 2011

Liz attends screening to support trans youth

Oxleas Family Therapist Liz Day joined colleagues from outside the trust recently at a film night fundraiser organised by community interest company Gendered Intelligence.

Published on 26th July 2011

Sunflowers brighten children’s gardens

The Mayor and Mayoress of Greenwich, Councillors Jim and Janet Gillman, paid a visit to Greenwich Children’s services in Eltham last week to celebrate their ‘Sunflower gardening day’.

Published on 20th July 2011

Who should be rewarded? Nominate now

There are less than two weeks left to make your nomination for the Recognition Awards 2011. The awards celebrate outstanding teams and individuals in Oxleas so if there is someone ...

Published on 18th July 2011

Poomsay’s therapeutic garden

Frankly, the garden at Ivy Willis House in Anerley, Bromley, was never something to write home about … well it is now.

Published on 12th July 2011

Surge in members at summer events

Almost 200 local people have joined the trust in the last two weeks with Oxleas staff, volunteers and governors signing them up at local events. A wide range of our ...

Published on 4th July 2011