By engaging in family learning, adults can be supported in their role as parents and carers and develop their knowledge and skills to support their child’s development, learning and well-being.
Family learning encourages parents and carers to learn together with their children. It can consist of programmes or single sessions and include activities which promote;
- learning through play
- family literacy and numeracy
- health and wellbeing
- parenting skills.
Ideas and resources to continue children’s learning at home are often incorporated into our programmes.
Current Family Learning opportunities
- Early literacy development in children under 5
- Food and literacy-related projects
- Early play and learning (2-3-year-olds)
- English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) family learning
- Peep learning together programmes
- Gaelic for parents
We can also develop bespoke family learning sessions in partnership with other services.
We work in partnership with nurseries, schools, health providers, libraries and third sector organisations to promote and deliver family learning activities.
If you are interested in finding out more about family learning opportunities and/or are interested in working in partnership to provide family learning opportunities.
Last updated: Tuesday, October 29, 2019 4:49 PM