Global Intergenerational Week, is an annual campaign that connects everyone around the world who is passionate about Intergenerational.
The week runs from 24th of April – 30th of April 2023 with the aim to inspire individuals, organisations, groups, local and national government to fully embrace Intergenerational practice.
Check out how you can get involved and participate in events on the main page of Global Intergenerational Week here.
Keep an eye out for our exciting programme taking place during GIW23 week.
If you are interested in joining us at Nightingale House, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, 24 April, 10.30 am.
Nightingales In Sync
- Come and celebrate the relaunch of our Community Baby and Toddler (BATs) group – BATS unchained.
- With special guests, our Patron Jessie Ware and Lord Mayor of Wandsworth Jeremy Ambache.
Tuesday, 25 April, 2.30 pm
Partners in Crime!
- Apples and Honey Nightingale, Jewish Music Institute, Live Music Now and Nightingale Hammerson sing, dance and make wicked music together!
Wednesday, 26 April, 2.30 pm
Tea at the Nightingale Ritz!
- Intergenerational Tea party with music provided by the amazing Lost Chord UK.
Thursday, 27 April, 3.00 pm – webinar
This is no marathon! Together we are travelling faster and further.
- Launch of Apples and Honey Nightingale Training programme and National Lottery Project with Generations Working Together and Linking Generations Northern Ireland.
- You can sign up for our webinar here.
Friday 28 April, 10.30 am
AHN and Furzedown Friendships
- Apples and Honey Nightingale children invite the local Furzedown community to join them and their Nightingale grandfriends to welcome in the Jewish Sabbath together.
Ofsted Report 29/1/2020
‘The quality and standards of the Early Years Provision is Outstanding’
- Children flourish in this outstanding nursery. Leaders have exceptionally high expectations for every child
- Children are consistently engaged, excited and interested, and enjoy exploring the excellent range of learning experiences.
- Children manage their own behaviour well. They learn to listen to the views of others and accept each other’s ideas.
- Leaders are ambitious and inspiring. They successfully combine their expertise, experience and knowledge of children to provide an exceptional learning environment.
- Parents comment on the excellent emotional support their children receive. Parents make comments such as, ‘Not only is my child exceptionally safe, they are also genuinely loved by the staff.’
- Children eagerly develop their skills in mathematics and literacy.
- Children have a positive and enthusiastic attitude to learning. They are highly motivated, independent and confident.