IMG_5436 Dr Wong regularly visits schools to deliver fun and educational talks to children on the importance of dental care and how to take excellent care of your teeth. The talks are for children of all ages from nursery to secondary school, with the subject tailored for the age group and curriculum topics. If you would like Dr Wong to come to your school, please contact us to arrange.

Dr Wong and staff from the practice have recently visited the following schools and nurseries:
City of London School for Girls
Glendower Preparatory School
Chelsea Pre-Prep
Lloyd Williamson School
Norland Place School
Frederick Hugh House
Little Cherubs Nursery
Chelsea Group of Children
Ladybird Nursery School
ACS Hillingdon International School

After Dr Wong’s visit to City of London School for Girls, form teacher Charlotte Luddington exclaimed, “Thank you so much for your talk this morning! The girls absolutely loved it and are thrilled to bits with their goody bags.” The children sent her this audio message after a previous visit.

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The staff from Glendower Preparatory School enthused: “Please pass on our gratitude to Dr Wong. The girls loved her talk and were so pleased with their goody bags. They all came rushing in to say that they had used their timer to brush their teeth for two minutes the next day!”

After the last talk, Dominic Tucker, Head of Lower School, sent a thank you note saying “On behalf of the school and the girls in Year 2, I would like to say a very big thank you for coming into school today and delivering your presentation. I know from the class teachers that the girls loved your talk and were thrilled to come away with presents! We very much hope that you can come back and visit us again next year. Once again thank you for helping to set the girls on the road to healthy teeth!”

Little Cherubs Nursery School were very pleased to have Dr Wong present to their children. “Her talk and presentation were most appropriate for our age group, the children were able to learn, take part, respond and make choices between healthy food and food that is unhealthy and damages teeth. They all loved their little gift bag and were very excited to receive a toothbrush and timer!”

Likewise, Dr Wong’s talk at The Ladybird Nursery School – which she backed up with practical and audiovisual reinforcement so the children can learn the importance of good toothbrushing and eating healthy snacks – the Headmistress told us that “The children were full of excitement about her visit this morning and had obviously thoroughly enjoyed it.”

From the Chelsea Group of Children school, occupational therapist Lucy Allen wrote: Thank you so much for today! The children got so much out of your talks and like you said, the child in the first group displayed a high level of learning in being able to identify that chocolate was nice, but bad for his teeth. Everything you said greatly reinforced the learning in our life skills group this term and it was fantastic, so thank you so much for taking the time to come and see us, it was really kind of you. 

We really feel that many children in our school would greatly benefit from your approach, as so many have great difficulty with teeth brushing and going to the dentist and doctor. Thank you again!

Dr Nazli Imitiaz also visits schools and after her trip to Norland Place School, we receive this delightful thank you note, expressing how much the children enjoyed the talk.