Picture from our last women’s health event – next one on The Modern Period: All You Need to Know about your Flow.

Supporting the Dyslexic Learner, 6 week course starting Thursday 30th January
Children with dyslexia may learn differently from you. This course has been designed to help you understand how you can best support a child at home and school.

Drawing from the Garden, 3 week course starting Saturday 1st February
Taking inspiration from the Bell House garden, Liz Charsley-Jory will lead three sessions drawing art out of natural life.

Troy: Myth and Reality – Curator’s Talk, Wednesday 5th February
Vicky Donnellan, co-curator of Troy: Myth and Reality at the British Museum comes to Bell House.

The Modern Period: All you need to know about your flow, Sunday 9th February
Let’s talk about periods! Our expert speakers will discuss what’s normal, what’s not, and the products available for managing menstruation.Perfect for parents and children who want to start talking about periods.

Instagram Stories for Business, Wednesday 12th February
If you are a business owner who is looking to improve your Instagram performance then upping your Stories game is a must.

Writer’s Panel: Finding Your Voice, Thursday 13th February
Following the success of their October event, South East London Authors are back at Bell House, exploring what it means to find your voice as a writer.

How to Write Personal Stories, Saturday 15th February
We all have a story to tell – about our childhood, the place we live, our travels, the trials of parenthood and relationships. Come and learn to tell yours.

Into the Abyss: Book Talk,  Wednesday 19th February
Professor Anthony David, a cognitive neuropsychiatrist, ND director of the UCL Insitute for Mental Health, talks about his new book ‘Into the Abyss’ which looks into case studies of illnesses at the edge of human understanding.

Dyslexia Screenings now available – email screenings@bellhouse.co.uk for more information.
The Dyslexia Portfolio is a screening consisting of a series of nine, short literacy and literacy-based processing tests which can then be used to see if the child has a profile consistent with the dyslexic profile.