Would you like to learn how primary schools are currently teaching English and Maths?
There are so many new methods being used in schools, trying to support your child’s learning can seem such a daunting task!
The Working Together Programme is offered at our college and is designed to show parents, grandparents and child-carers of primary aged children how schools are currently teaching English and Maths. The course will give you the opportunity to share ideas and find out many practical, fun activities, that you can use at home to support your child’s learning.
The course is run by an experienced primary school teacher from Stephenson College and takes place at a range of venues across the county (please see below).
Everyone who completes the programme will gain accreditation with AIM Awards for the two units of the course “Supporting the Development of Children’s Literacy” and “Supporting the Development of Children’s Numeracy.”
Some former learners from the programme have gone on to gain employment as Teaching Assistants and Childcare workers.
Everyone who has completed the course has been delighted with their new knowledge and skills, they say their children’s enjoyment at learning together with their parents has been fantastic.
The course fee is £29.00.
Comments from past learners have included:-
“A real eye-opener into what and how our children are taught in school.”
“The course has been invaluable. I am now more confident about talking to my daughter using the methods she uses in school.”
|Ratby Primary School||Monday||9:30am - 12:30pm|
|Long Field School (Melton)||Monday||10:15am - 1:15pm|
|Stephenson College (Coalville)||Monday||6.00pm - 9.00pm|
|Stephenson College (Coalville)||Tuesday||9.30am - 12.30pm|
|Methodist Centre (Birstall)||Tuesday||9.30am - 12.30pm|
|John Storer House (Loughborough)||Thursday||9.30am - 12.30pm|
Title: Do you have a primary aged child?