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Schools, parenting and child development courses are focused on supporting or helping children both in school and as a parent. Helping in schools is a national WEA programme which can offer routes into volunteering. Other course offerings focus on aspects of child development, for example - supporting special educational needs or dyslexia.

Helping in School - taster session View details

Students will begin to explore how skills, knowledge and experience can impact on teaching and learning in the school environment. Students will consider professional conduct and the requirements held by schools to become a teaching assistant or volunteer.

Helping with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)- Primary Schools View details

The course seeks to enable students to explore the wide range of special educational needs and disabilities that children may have. Students will develop the knowledge and understanding that those working in a school setting will need to support children with SEND in a primary school either in a paid capacity or as a volunteer. Students will work towards gaining a Level 2 qualification which is suitable for those wishing to gain employment in a school, work as a volunteer or for those already working in a school setting with children and young people.

Helping with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)- Primary Schools View details

The course seeks to enable students to explore the wide range of special educational needs and disabilities that children may have. Students will develop the knowledge and understanding that those working in a school setting will need to support children with SEND in a primary school either in a paid capacity or as a volunteer. Students will work towards gaining a Level 2 qualification which is suitable for those wishing to gain employment in a school, work as a volunteer or for those already working in a school setting with children and young people.

Helping your child with maths View details

Discover how to support a child’s development in maths On this taster session, students will consider how children develop basic maths skills though interactive play by using resources and games such as first reading books, song and rhyme and a range of children’s toys. The focus is on parents and carers supporting children’s learning through fun activities that helps prepare them for more formal education.

Initial Assessment - Helping in Schools View details

Initial Assessment - Helping with SEND in Primary Schools View details

Introduction to helping in a school - Pathways View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.

Introduction to helping in a school - Pathways View details

A short course to find out how to support children’s learning.

Introduction to Teaching & Learning in Schools View details

This course is a great introduction to the full accredited CACHE Level 2 Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools qualification. It will give you an insight into the written work expectations and the knowledge that will be learnt within the course. During this course you will cover the Unit 'Child and young persons development' where you will work alongside others and individually to complete the work and start your portfolio of evidence which you will use to progress on to the accredited course with the WEA. This course will improve your confidence and enable you to plan for a career within the education sector.

Introduction to Teaching & Learning in Schools View details

This course is a great introduction to the full accredited CACHE Level 2 Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools qualification. It will give you an insight into the written work expectations and the knowledge that will be learnt within the course. During this course you will cover the Unit 'Child and young person’s development' where you will work alongside others and individually to complete the work and start your portfolio of evidence which you will use to progress on to the accredited course with the WEA. This course will improve your confidence and enable you to plan for a career within the education sector.