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Autumn Fun Stay and Play - Family Learning

Autumn Fun - stay and play at various locations across Coventry

These are free sessions for parents and their pre-school children aged 0-5. Parents and children attend the sessions together. The sessions will take place in Family Hubs for you to enjoy with your child. 

When and where

Woodside Family Hub (CV3 3GL)– Tuesday – 9.30-11.30 from 20th September

Aspire Family Hub (CV1 2SF) – Tuesday – 1.00-3.00 from 20th September

Pathways Family Hub (CV6 1HD) – Thursday 1.00-3.00 from 22nd September

Moat Family Hub (CV2 1EQ)– Friday – 9.30-11.30 from 23rd September

Families for All Family Hub (CV6 5LB) – Friday 1.00-3.00 from 23rd September

What is this course about? 

The tutor will lead a range of activities aimed at your child, such as stories, songs, crafts and movement with a focus on Autumn and events which take place throughout the season.  

 What will I learn? 

You will learn lots of fun activities to do at home with your children to help them to learn through play. There will be information and ideas of ways to support your child’s language development at home and in a fun way.

 How will I learn?

You will see examples of activities to develop learning through fun. 

Who to contact

Telephone
024 7697 8730 (Kate) 0247697 1301 (Steve)
E-mail
kate.steventon@coventry.gov.uk steve.withers@coventry.gov.uk
Website
Autumn Fun Booking

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Various Days/Times

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
free Per session
Details
You need to be a parent / grandparent / carer of a child at pre-school children in Coventry. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. When the course is full, no other enrolments can take place. To enable you to fully access the information and activities on this course you will need to be confident in Speaking and Listening at E2. Our ‘Positive Family Foundations’ courses help us to become more confident parents. Our ‘English and Maths in the primary school’ courses explain the ways these subjects are taught in modern British primary schools. Free to attend.
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