What and where you can learn, costs and find and book a course.
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Family learning courses are run in many UK schools. They give parent/carers the opportunity to find out how things are taught in their own child's school, as well as a chance to share ideas with other parents and develop their own skills and help their children to succeed in school.
In the East Riding the council works in partnership with local primary schools to deliver a range of family learning courses that can contribute to raising achievement in schools.
Family learning courses are suitable for parent/carers of children in year groups 4 and 5, however, can be tailored for younger or older children as appropriate. Sessions are delivered by an experienced family learning tutor and it is best to check with your child's school first to see what sessions are on offer.
The types of courses that we currently deliver in partnership with local East Riding schools are:
To find out more about these courses please visit our course finder. Alternatively get in touch with your child's school to find out what family learning courses are on offer.
All of our family learning courses are delivered in partnership with local schools, therefore you should speak to your school, or check your school's website, to see what's on offer.
Our family learning courses in schools are funded by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) so are free of charge to parent/carers and schools who take part in the courses.
You can use our course finder to search for courses by title, subject or location. You can also contact your child's school to find out about family learning courses on offer.