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FAMILY LEARNING

Thank you to everyone who attended our Family Learning Assembly on 8th July.

What is Family Learning?

We provide activities and courses in which families can learn together and have fun at the same time.

We also aim to provide opportunities for adults to find out more about how to support their children with their learning and improve family health and well being. 

We work in partnership with Family Learning at Worcestershire County Council and 10:32 Early Help at Tree Tops Children's Centre.

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Successes so far

We have run 20 courses and activities since September.  That is ten more than last year!

61 parents and carers have taken part.

48 children have benefited from our activities.

Thank you to everyone who has participated.

Family Food Safety

Adults focused on Food Hygeine and Safety for our families and went on to achieve Level 2 Award in Safer Food Handling.

Here are kitchen catering manager talked us through safer food practice in a school kitchen.

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Low Cost Cook Off

Adults looked at food hygiene and safety and cooked a range of low cost meals.  Learners completed Level 1 Award in Safer Food Handling.

Book and Cook

25 families have joined us for Book and Cook.  Tutored by Shirley Carpenter, learners share a story book and then cook recipes, play games and carry out craft activiites related to the story.  

Emergency First Aid

The Red Cross ran two sessions on learning key life saving skills.

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Easter Crafts

Led by Mrs Skidmore, parents and carers were taught how to make flannel animals.  Severla afternoons later, they had made enough to sell at the schoo's Easter fair.

Early Start English

For the first time at Birchen Coppice, we have run a year long course in English leading to a City and Guild's qualification in Functional Skills English. We are proud to announce that five learners have achieved Entry 3 English award. their certificates are on their way.

DIY

Gerald Crumpton and Chris Bonner, our caretaking staff, have run a DIY course to assist women in improving their DIY skills. Funded by the Soroptimists Society, learners have learnt to tile and grout, rewire plugs and develop woodworking skills.  If you are interested in joining them, please speak to Gerald and Chris.

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Next year, there is more to come......

We are hoping to offer:-

  • Early Start Maths
  • Early Start English
  • Learning to read with Phonics
  • Stickman Storytime (based on Julia Donaldson's The Stickman)
  • The Story Wanderer (based on Roald Dahl's BFG)
  • Worms and Wellies (Forest School activities outside)
  • Book and Cook
  • Parenting with confidence 
  • Christmas Crafts
  • A Journey to Discovery (an arts award course based on our local area

Speak to Mrs Puplett in our school office, Mrs Hill or Mrs Butler if you would like to find out more.