The FC United Community Team is running a course on how to help in a homework club in Newton Heath from October 2012.
This course is designed for people who;
- Want to be better at supporting their own children’s learning
- Want to learn how to run a community homework club
- Want to learn skills that will help them train to be a teaching assistant in a school or do other work with children
The Qualification: Level 1 Certificate in Homework Club Support Work accredited by The Manchester College
What will I learn?
How to help children improve their literacy and numeracy
Ideas for games and arts and crafts sessions suitable for children
How to tell children stories
What qualifications do I need to have already?
None. The course is designed to be accessible to everybody. You will need to be CRB checked by FC United before you can do any work with children.
Troydale Tenants and Residents Association, Dolwen House: 5 Dolwen Walk, Newton Heath, Manchester M40 2FR.
The course will start on Monday 8th October and will finish just before Christmas. It will run on Mondays and Thursdays, 10am to 2pm with a break for a meal. Addition activities will also be arranged from time to time. We will also run a community play scheme together during the October half-term holidays and some activities for children in the run-up to Christmas to give us a chance to use some of the skills we learn on the course.
Robin Pye has worked as a teacher, specialising in teaching children who have difficulty with literacy and numeracy and have behaviour problems. He has also worked as a professional storyteller and now coordinates FC United’s community and education work. Other specialist teachers will be brought in to run certain sessions.
For more information or to register for the course contact;
Robin Pye, FC United of Manchester, 0161 273 8950,
07794 122602 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org