- a parent, grandparent or carer who wants to support a child’s learning,
- wanting to brush up and develop your own skills with the option to gain qualifications in English or maths,
- volunteering or working in school or pre-school settings or is thinking about this line of work,
Family Learning courses can help you to understand how children learn, keep up to date with how English and maths are taught in schools, and learn fun activities to encourage learning at home.[/sm_column_text][sm_column_text]
123 Go! and 123 Go Outside
Crafts and Outdoor Play
Through arts, crafts and play, we will come up with easy ways to make treasure hunts, puppets, pictures, and dens. We will talk about how these activities develop your child’s confidence, imagination and co-ordination, expand their vocabulary and help them discover the world around them.Click here to view upcoming Crafts and Outdoor Play courses.
Fun with Phonics
Get Ready for School
This course has been designed to support parents, carers and grandparents of children who will be starting school in September. There will be 5 sessions exploring building confidence and supporting independence, developing a child’s communication skills, introducing early word and number skills, first days at school and settling in, and home learning and Family Learning.Our tutor is a fully qualified primary school teacher who has knowledge of our local schools. She will be liaising with them throughout the course and we may invite specific school staff to join from time to time to chat to you and answer your questions. You will have opportunities to share ideas to support your children and voice any concerns you have.
How Children Learn to Read and Write
Stories, Songs and Rhymes