Working with schools and children’s centres across Surrey
Family Learning works with schools and children’s centres across Surrey to deliver positive learning experiences for both parents and their children.
Every one of our courses is fully funded, free for families, and built upon the same core principal: that when parents are learning, there is undisputed positive impact on the child.
Courses are tailored to your needs as a school or children’s centre, with each one offering key benefits including:
- Embedded employability skills
- Raised confidence and self-esteem
- Changed behaviours
- Preparation for future qualifications
If you're a school or children's centre and want to find out more, please email email@example.com or phone Cheryl Brown on 01932 794539.
The courses we offer
Below are the courses we offer. For the full details, please see our Family learning courses 2015-16 brochure (PDF).
- Transition to nursery, primary and secondary
- Storytelling with craft
- Number workshops/courses
- Heuristic play
- Let’s Play Together
- Understanding children’s behaviour
- Family first aid
- Family finance
- English as an Additional Language (EAL)
New Monument Primary School - Keeping Up the Children Language (KUC) Language
"Working with Family Learning is the perfect example of different agencies working together to provide excellent learning opportunities for the wider community." – Ghazala Waheed, Home School Link Worker.
Riverview Children's Centre – Understanding Children’s Behaviour
"The tutor tailored the course to a very diverse group of needs." – Laura Devereaux, Children's Centre Manager.
Horley Children’s Centre
"It was an excellent course, well organised, well run and well executed. The parents' feedback was complimentary and they would like to do more Family Learning." – Natalie Hughes, Children's Centre Manager.
The benefits of Family Learning
"Family Learning can close the attainment gap and help end the 'life-chance lottery' by creating a culture of aspiration in every family... Family Learning provides a low-pressure, safe and enjoyable step back into formal adult learning – one that appeals to parents’ strong desire to support their children." – The National Voice for Lifelong Learning
To find out more about how parent education can have great benefits on children, watch our interview with Rachel and Rubina (YouTube).