GSAP 23rd AGM held on Thursday 23rd November 2018

Within GSAP 23rd GSAP(annualReport)(V1)(201718).doc you will see the detail, the breadth and depth of GSAP’s activity in support of local residents, volunteers, community/voluntary groups and local schools/agencies operating across the Greater Shantallow Area.

Our day-to-day work includes; the delivery of a range of early intervention programmes and activities such as our 8 week Families Connect programme for parents/carers and children aged 4 to 6 years old, our 'Talking To Our Babies' early years communication programmes, events and activities for parents/carers and children aged 0-3 years oldTalking To Our Babies; Talk, Sing, Read And Play - We Are Five Years Old Today!', our extended school programmes within all primary and secondary schools across the Greater Shantallow Area, our ASPIRE NI programme for all Year 8 pupils attending St Brigids College, Our ETHOS family support servces for all families living in the area, our adult education, training and employment programmes through Skills 2020 and Foyle Community Works Programme Update April 2018, capacity building and technical assistance, training, and funding advice to local C/V organisations and regular information updates through our electronic newsletter, website, face book and twitter to mention just a few of the services.


Front Row: Cllr Sandra Duffy, Michael Doyle, Martin Connolly, Cllr Brian Tierney, Chairperson 'Peter Mc Donald' & Back Row: Elaine Young, Cathal Mc Cauley, Charlie Mc Daid, Vivienne Lynott and Nicola Mullan