b'EDITORSMAGAZINEWORDS The RIVER Magazine is publishedby River Publishing House Limited.Company number: 830796.River Publishing House cannot accept responsibility for unsolicited articles and images. We reserve the right to publish and edit any letters and emails. The material in The RIVER Magazine is subject to copyright.All rights reserved. The paper in this magazine originates from timber that is sourced from sustainable forests, responsibly managed to strict Well takea cup environmental, social and economic standards. The manufacturing mills have both FSC & PEFC certification and also oKINDNESS ISO9001 and ISO14001 accreditation. recycleyet. When you have finished withthis magazine please recycle itSTAFFI ts the season to celebrate - and to be charitable which is why,EDITOR with Christmas so close, we met with local SVP members who areAngela Webb particularly busy reaching out to those most in need. awebb@therivermagazine.co.ukOne of the biggest occasions in life is your wedding day, and we took a peek inside the doors of The Clarendon Hotel at Blackheath, revamped andCONTRIBUTORSnow a perfect venue for a wedding. Another major life decision is choosingWinston Wallerto be the proud owner of a pet. Just last month, PAAW House, a new localJohn Webb An Independent Day School for dyslexic Emma Goodingbusiness was launched in Bermondsey. Friend to both pets and pet ownersNatalie Lialike, were delighted to welcome them as a new feature for the year ahead. James Gill and dyspraxic children aged 6 to 12David TabornWe also have a first contribution by international artist David Taborn whoOwen Ricereviews the outstanding work of Nam June Paik on show at the Tate. Paik firstDESIGNERS OFSTED REPORT HIGHLIGHTScoined the phrase Electronic Superhighway and his visual premonitions made decades ago (back in the 1970s) eerily echo the world today. Milana VeselinovicRafael SifontesNo doubt well all make plenty of resolutions come Hogmanay, withJames Lindley Pupils learn well across the curriculumcommitments to a fresh start, a healthy body and a positive mental attitude. PUBLISHER Lessons are interesting, engaging and interactiveOne thing is certain, being close to animals can be very rewarding, so lets Chris Richmond raise a glass and toast Companions - whether on two legs or four! Pupils love learning at The DominieCOMMERCIAL SALESYours, Lee Hayes angela webb commercial@therivermagazine.co.ukFollow us@rivermagazineTheRiverMagazine Call Us Visit us www.therivermagazine.co.uk 020 7193 7833The Dominie is built around the children. Our aim is to secure the confidence of children and help them to re-discover the joys of learning, by planning lessons carefully and adapting our teaching sensitively to meet the requirements of each individual child.'