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Please see below for the list of which meetings are being held where. You are welcome to join us on Fridays as and when you are available. 

Harvest celebrated by the United Mothers. We have been finding out about how Harvest is recognized in different countries. In Latvia People use the fruit and vegetables to make sculptures. The first one is a model that was used. The smaller photo shows the sculptures that were made by some of our Mothers. The children enjoyed seeing these at their harvest festival this term.

Harvest celebrated by the United Mothers. We have been finding out about how Harvest is recognized in different countries. In Latvia People use the fruit and vegetables to make sculptures. The first one is a model that was used. The smaller photo shows the sculptures that were made by some of our Mothers. The children enjoyed seeing these at their harvest festival this term.  1
Harvest celebrated by the United Mothers. We have been finding out about how Harvest is recognized in different countries. In Latvia People use the fruit and vegetables to make sculptures. The first one is a model that was used. The smaller photo shows the sculptures that were made by some of our Mothers. The children enjoyed seeing these at their harvest festival this term.  2

UNITED MOTHERS

 

Every Friday morning either at St John's Church community hall or the room on the stage at our school. Please see leaflets in our school entrance area for up to date information and venues.

 

This group is for all Mothers of children who have English as an Additional Language (EAL) as well as other mothers who would welcome the opportunity to support our EAL parents.This is a friendly, social, helpful and relaxed group of Mothers who come together once a week to improve their English, meet school staff and discuss any aspect of school life that they may not find easy to understand.  This is a unique learning environment to bring together women of many different backgrounds to breakdown language and cultural barriers.

 

The group is run by two members of the non profit organisation called Beyond the Page - Sheila McDonald and Jodi Watson.  More about their organisation can be found on their website www.beyondthepage.org.uk

 

See also their Facebook Page: Thanet United Mothers

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