No April Meet Up

Check back with us in a few weeks for an update on a May meeting. Happy Easter!


Upcoming event: 29 March: Feminism and Motherhood

Join us for our March meeting where we will discuss feminism and motherhood. We’ll be joined by a research student who will introduce a bit of theory around waves of feminism and then facilitate a discussion on feminism and motherhood. Hope you can join us!

Please note the new location:

Wednesday 29 March
8-10pm, The Railway Telegraph on Stanstead road.

Upcoming event: 28th January: Workshop on language skills for bilingual children

Dear All,

Happy New Year. We’re really excited about our January meeting. We’ve invited some linguistic experts to talk to us about language skills for bilingual children.

Please join us for the workshop being run on behalf of UCL BiLingo ( Dr Merle Mahon, a speech and language therapist with research expertise in English as an Additional Language, and Dr Froso Argyri, Linguistics researcher, will discuss language development of bilingual children; factors affecting bilingual language acquisition; role of age of onset and amount of exposure to each language, etc. They will also share useful tips/suggestions with parents to develop their children’s language skills.

Please note that we’re also hosting this meeting on a Saturday afternoon, rather than the normal Wednesday evening. It is also being held at The Hill pub for the first time. Hope you can make it!

Saturday 28 January 2017 
12-1:30pm, function room at The Hill (45-47 Dartmouth Road, London, SE23 3HN)

Please join us for a great session!

Upcoming event: 30th November 2016: Session with nutritionist Suné Markowitz-Shulman

Hi all,

We’re delighted to announce that local nutritionist Suné Markowitz-Shulman will be joining us for our next session on Wednesday, 30th November, 8pm at the Honor Oak Pub.

Suné will share some practical advice on nutrition for your children and discuss some handy tips when it comes to fussy eating.
Other topics she will cover are:
  • Balancing blood sugar and why this is important
  • Comparing ‘healthy eating food pyramids’
  • Poopie police – what are your kids stool telling you about their health
  • Fussy eating
  • Practical tips and recipes

Please join us for what we believe will be a brilliant session.