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Family learning courses

We have free, fun sessions for families, schools, community groups and volunteer organisations.

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For families

We have free, fun sessions for families. They are for parents with children from pre-school to primary school age.

Creative arts and crafts

Our crafty sessions include, pottery, puppet making, seasonal crafts and junk modelling.

Outdoor adventures

Play and learn outdoors. Enjoy den building, bug hunts, seed planting and nature walks. Find out about animals and insects and how to look after the environment.

Health and wellbeing

These courses help families to be healthy and stay safe and include healthy cookery, fitness, first aid, and managing behaviour.

Early development

We provide fun story time sessions for families with pre-school aged children. They support early development and parenting skills.

Where to find out more and book

View family learning courses and book your place

For schools and partner organisations

We work with families in school and pre-school settings to give them skills to help with family life.

We work with parents and schools to strengthen links between them. We help parents to engage with and support their children's learning and development.

We offer a range of courses such as those listed in for families. We can also deliver bespoke courses developed with partners such as Sure Start children's centres, libraries, countryside services and Home-Start.

If you are interested in having a face-to-face family learning course or event at your venue, we would love to hear from you. Please email giving your contact details including post code.

For community groups and volunteer organisations

Do you think that a family learning activity could support your group or add to any of your events? We may be able to provide a family learning tutor and materials to deliver an activity or course.

Due to our funding, we can only work with adults or adults and children together. We cannot work with children on their own.

If you'd like a member of our team to contact you to discuss possibilities, please email giving your contact details including post code.

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We work with schools and community groups to provide support with numbers. We can help parents and carers to improve their maths skills so they feel comfortable with children's homework. Or we run activities like cooking on a budget, and using maths in everyday life.

To find out how we can work with your school or community group email