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National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week


The National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools is a data base to support Supplementary schools, Parents and Children plus other Professionals.

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National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week

The National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week has taken place every August since 2010~ 2014.  A great forum for children, their parents and professionals to come together to gain and share tips on how to ‘Cope, Survive and Succeed’ in the British Educational System and  build a support network for yourself as well as celebrating the African  contributions to the world.

Here are some of the workshops that took place:
  • Raw Food Workshop, Culture Dementia UK
  • Heartikal Energy Balance Workshop
  • Black Mental Health UK
  • Amenti Theoracle Of Inspired Therapies
  • The Importance Of Meditation For Health And Balance
  • Afrikan Yoga And Creative Self Expression For Well Being.
  • Interactive Film Workshop: "Something The Lord Made"
  • Fact Finding Seminar On The  Benefits Of Cannabis & Hemp
  • Autism In The BME Community
  • (W)Holistic Wellbeing For Your Whole-Self Minus The Holes!
  • Health & Leisure Workshop With A Twist - Including Juice Tasting
  • Organic Skin And Hair Care 
  • Film: "Fire In The Blood"
  • "A Brother's  Day Of Health, Healing And Unity"


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Gold Onyx has been supporting the National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week over the years, assisting with either by facilitating activities or just attending. 
 

National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week 
2 ~ 7 August 2010 
Bruce Grove Youth Centre
London N17 6UZ 
 
Gold Onyx organised the ‘Feel Free To Celebrate Yourself’ workshop on Saturday 7 August 2010.  The activities included: Film ‘Happy To Be Nappy’ followed by participants looking at  and listing their individual achievements to date.  During this session we had two powerful storytellers, Dimela Yekwai and Griot Chinyere.
 
 
National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week
21 ~ 27 August 2011 
Centerprise Trust Community And Arts Centre
London E8 2NS

Gold Onyx Participated in set activities.
 



 


National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week 
19 ~ 25 August 2012
Centerprise Trust Community And Arts Centre
London E8 2NS
Theme: Celebrating Black Sporting Icons
 
Gold Onyx organised the Children And Young People’s Programme on Thursday 23 & Friday 24 August 2012.  The activities included: Time To Mingle, Gentle Exercise, Money Matters For Children & Young People With Claire Walters, Book Reading, Murlin Thomas, Fast ‘N’ Funky Aerobics With Antoinette, Poetry Workshop With Victor Richards Founder Of V Jay Theatre Productions, Drumming.
 
 

National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week 
16 ~ 23 August 2013
Birkbeck University of London
London WC1E 7HX
Theme: Business & Science
 
Gold Onyx organised an Interactive Film Workshop on Saturday 17 August 2013.    Young Tashaun Thomas presented the film ‘Gifted Hands’ which tells the story of Dr. Ben Carson the neurosurgeon known for his work successfully separating conjoined twins in 1987.  This was followed with Questions And Answers, Achievements And Exercise.
 

National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools Week 
18 ~ 24 August 2014
Birkbeck University of London
London WC1E 7HX
Theme: Celebrating Health, Nutrition & Medicine
 
Gold Onyx has organised another Interactive Film Workshop on Wednesday 20 August 2014 12 noon to 4 pm.  The activities will include: Film ‘Something The Lord Made’ that tells the story of Dr. Vivien Thomas, the surgical technician who developed the procedures used to treat blue baby syndrome in the 1940s.  This will be followed by Achievements and other activities still to be confirmed.



National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools
10th Anniversary & Community Awards
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Tthis was a wonderful event.  It was a blessing to see so many different organisations under one roof, come together to support the National Association Of Black Supplementary Schools.  

Also to celebrate with individuals and groups who were recipients of awards in recognition of the work they carry out in our community.

Keep Going NABSS!!!