All courses take place in the Dance Studio and free tea and coffee will be provided. Come along and enjoy meeting other parents and learning in an informal and friendly environment. If you want to talk about any of these courses text Trish on 07842 099184 and leave your name and telephone number and she will contact you.
9.15am - 11.15am | Working with Children and Young People (Starting 17/09/18)
12.45pm - 2.45pm | Weekly drop in sessions where you can receive help to construct a CV, careers, job search & benefit advice and support with job applications. Individual appointments are also available. (Starting 17/09/18)
8.30am - 8.50am | Weekly Credit Union collections continue. New adult & junior savers welcome. See over the page for more information. (Starting 18/09/18)
9.15am - 11.15am | Mental Health Awareness Level 2 - it is not necessary to have completed Level 1 (Starting 18/09/18)
3.00pm - 4.00pm | Family Cooking – Parent/Carer and 1 child** (Starting 18/09/18)
9.15am - 11.15am | Community Sign Language*. (Starting 21/09/18)
DATE & TIME TO BE CONFIRMED | Second Chance course - Come and learn about The Three Principles of Innate Health. Benefits from attending the training: Improved relationships, feeling happier, less stressed, improved decision making, improved confidence, being more productive in your life.
AWARD IN MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS LEVEL 2
This qualification is designed for any learner that wants to raise their awareness of mental health and the problems that can cause mental ill health.
The aim of this course is to provide an introduction to cooking for parents and children, using a variety of ingredients and kitchen equipment. Together afterschool, you will produce easy cook bakes and treats that can be created at home to share with the rest of the family.
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY SIGN LANGUAGE
This course will give you skills to communicate with individuals with autism, hearing loss, speech difficulties and Downs Syndrome. It will enable you to have deaf awareness, recognise sign and symbols and be able to sign a basic conversation.
You will learn how to sign the alphabet; names of family and what they look like, describe animals, birthdays, time, jobs, transport, weather, food and drink etc. as well as how to sign songs.
PIONEER CREDIT UNION AND COMMUNITY BANK
The holidays are over and Christmas is closer than you may think! As a member of the Credit Union you will have the opportunity to save, as well as access low cost loans. Both adults and children can save from as little as 20p per week. It provides a good way of encouraging your child to save. They can come in each week with their savings book before school and watch their savings grow.
If you need to replace a cooker, washer, fridge freezer, TV or other electrical item it can be supplied through the credit union who work with Coop Electrical to provide this service to members. You can pay cash or apply for a Credit Union loan.
SAVE THE DATE
- Wednesday 10 October 3.10 – 5.30pm Parents Evening
- From Friday 9 November 1- 3pm for 4 weeks Cooking from around the World
- Friday 7 December 9 – 3 A Day for You – Come and spend the day enjoying a range of Christmas crafts and cooking (lunch included).
What some parents said about our 'Cooking on A Budget/Slow Cooking Course'
We asked them - What did you enjoy most about the course?
- Loved meeting people and enjoyed cooking different things
- I enjoyed all the course but most of all I enjoyed cooking different recipes and learning different methods of cooking
- All of the course. Staff were brilliant and also trying new foods
- Being able to try foods I wouldn’t usually try or eat. Working in a small group helped with my anxiety
- I gained a lot of new recipes and different ways to cook things I already made
What would you tell other parents about the course?
- I’d encourage other parents to join the course to learn and understand healthy cooking on a budget
- I would tell other parents this is a brilliant course to do.
- Learning how to cook really nice healthy meals on a budget for the family
- Try it even if you don’t think you’ll gain anything new.
- It’s surprised me just how much I’ve actually learnt. I have so many new recipes and techniques
- It’s friendly and relaxed and it’s given me the chance to try different food. My son enjoyed the mince and dumplings
PIONEER CREDIT UNION AND COMMUNITY BANK
As a member of the Credit Union you will have the opportunity to save as well as access low cost loans.
Don’t forget if you need a replacement cooker, washer, fridge freezer, TV or other electrical item it can be supplied through the Credit Union who work with Coop Electrical to provide this service to members. You can pay cash or apply for a Credit Union loan.
Members can take advantage of the Engage Card which is much more than just a pre-paid debit card. You can use it for shopping to earn cashback from a huge list of shops e.g. Asda, Tesco, New Look, Boots and Argos. You can self-load from your bank account. It can be used to pay direct debits or have benefits paid to it. For 8 – 16 year olds they offer a Smart Cash Card for young people. This can be used instead of carrying cash and help them to improve their budgeting skills.
Pioneer also offer pre-paid funeral plans through Golden Charter. There are a range of options available for this.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN ANY OF THE FOLLOWING COURSES?
English - Parenting Skills - Child Behaviour - First Aid Awareness - Counselling - Volunteering - Confidence Building - Parent/Child Cooking - Keep Fit - Mental Health Awareness - Makaton (sign language) - Arts and Crafts - Early Words Together (Activities for children 2 – 5 years), British Sign Language