Here parents can find useful resources, advice and links for them to take an active role in the development of their children.
Telephone: 01932 794539
'Family Learning' describes a whole range of activities and programmes that involve parents, children and the wider family in learning, often involving children and adults in learning together. Family programmes encourage adults to learn for their own personal development and for the benefit of their children.
These include activities like but not limited to family ICT, family literacy and numeracy, family sports, family cookery and skills for parents.
Telephone: 0808 800 2222 (free helpline).
Family LIves is a charity working with parents and families offering advice and information about parenting issues.
Telephone: 020 7828 2435
Reading Is Fundamental, UK (RIF) promotes a love of reading among children and young people (aged 0-19) in areas of disadvantage and gives them the chance to choose free books to keep for themselves. RIF is an initiative of the National Literacy Trust. The website offers parents advice and help on reading
with their children.
The Woking Schools Learning Partnership is a confederation of all 33 schools and PRU’s in the Borough of Woking. This includes 4 secondary schools, 2 pupil referral units and 1 school for pupils with special educational needs. We are all working together to raise standards of achievement and attainment across the 3 - 19 age ranges through the 'Extended Services In and Around Schools' agenda as laid out by the Government.