Inspiring parents to create confident young lives.
Children develop differently. Building on the latest research on brain development, Hand in Hand Learning gives parents an insight into their child’s seeking mind. Please contact us to discuss ways in which we can work together in providing courses for the parents you work with.
Our unique approach helps parents achieve a better understanding of how their child learns. The knowledge gained in both our face-to-face and online courses can last throughout their school years, reducing the potential for parental stress and thereby establishing a happier family life. Parents taking part in one of our hosted courses will give their child the best possible start in life.
Established by educational professionals with parents and children in mind. We’ve been creating, developing and running courses across the UK since 2002.
Our courses are relevant to babies and children of all ages – from early years, through to teenagers and school leavers. Our courses are shaped through first-hand experience. We’ve been working closely with providers, parents and carers since the beginning to deliver first-class support, tailoring course content to suit all family circumstances.
As well as working within the education system Hand in Hand Learning works with museums, galleries, heritage sites and churches, training staff and volunteers to deliver inspiring interpretation, visitor tours, events and activities. Among the organisations that have brought us in to review their visitor experience and train their staff and volunteers: Norwich Castle Museum, Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Angels and Pinnacles group of churches, Suffolk.
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Hand in Hand Learning provides courses for schools who have parents who are keen to volunteer – a great introduction to developing nascent teaching ability more suited to a classroom setting. We equip them to apply their new found skills outside the home, applying them to a more formal learning environment. At the end of the course, parents will be able to volunteer as skilled classroom helpers or be ideal candidates for teaching assistant positions.