Family Learning

What is Family Learning?

Our Family Learning curriculum has been created to help schools support their relationships with parents and pupils. We offer a range of exciting workshops which have been designed to ignite the passion for education within families and enriching children’s lives. These workshops help to bridge the gap between learning at school and at home, empowering parents to play a vital role in their child’s education and development.

The workshops are for parents, carers and grandparents to attend with their children and are a fantastic way to help engage them to play an active part in your school and give them lifelong skills they can use to help their children at home with their learning. All provision is FREE of charge. 

These sessions are not just informative but also a fun and interactive way to create a parent community within schools.

What do we provide?

We can offer the following curriculum areas:  

  • Family Maths (Number Carrots, Making Multiplication fun, Maths meets Arts) 
  • Digital Families  (Lego Robotics, Ozobots, Keep your child safe online) 
  • Craft workshops (Seasonal crafts)
  • STEM families  (Lego, Engineering)
  • Healthy Families  (Dental health, Exercise, Immunisations, Wellbeing, Childhood illnesses, Healthy kids)
  • Creative Families (Print Portraits, Art Explorers)
  • Curious Families  (History Detectives, Young Thinkers, Young Storytellers) 
  • Multiply (Numeracy through everyday life skills)

Is this just for schools?

No – we can also deliver in Community Venues, Family Hubs, Libraries and even events. We can also work with existing groups, such as Home Education Groups or parent groups.   Drop us an enquiry below to find out more. 

What is included?

  • A high-quality Family Learning Workshop at no cost to your organisation lasting 2 – 2.5 hours 
  • Fully qualified teachers, with enhanced DBS Certificates and safeguarding trained
  • All teaching materials 
  • Fully risk assessed sessions 
  • Digital posters to help you promote your sessions

What level is this for?

Nursery, reception, Key stage 1 and Key stage 2 

Is there any cost involved?

No – it’s FREE for all Lancashire residents! 

Need more information?

Across the Lancashire Adult Learning Curriculum, we also offer a range of courses we can bring to your group, from Professional Development, to First Aid to Wellbeing.  Please fill in an enquiry to discuss how we can work with your school or group. 

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  • Lego Robotics (Key Stage 1 and Reception)
    Family Learning
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    Indulge a child’s curiosity with this fun, interactive course. Parents/carers will work with their children to use digital resources and create programmable models that move, make sounds and change colours!

    Use Lego kits to encourage your child to learn skills such as creativity, problem solving and dexterity and spend time together in a supported environment.

    The course enables learners to build confidence with technical equipment and begin a coding journey to encourage your future engineers!
    Forthcoming Start Dates
    • Bacup Library
      SAT - 08/06/2024
      10:00 to 12:30
      1 day course
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      Cost: Free to Lancashire residents
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