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Keeping up with the children – Maths and English

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What you'll learn

How to Help with Homework for Key stage 1 and 2 parents.
This course will provide crucial support for parents who may lack confidence when helping with their children’s homework. There will be time each week for Reception/Year 1 & 2 curriculum content and an time for Years 3-6. The course content will evolve over time, depending on specific needs of the participants, but a broad outline of content will cover the English and Mathematics curriculum.
This short course will take place on Monday's after school 4-6pm. Starting Monday 22nd Feb 2021 to 15th March 2021. Spaces still available.

Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements, only Hackney resident and UK residential status.

This online course is taught using Zoom

What does this mean for me?

Our courses are normally taught in person. To keep people safe during the coronavirus pandemic, we're doing all our teaching online instead.

You'll need a computer or smartphone with a good internet connection.

Your tutor will send you detailed instructions before lessons start.

New to video calls? See our guide

Apply for this course

Spaces still available.
For more information and to book a place please text or email,

– Hayley on 07810 836811 or Hayley.holliday@citylit.ac.uk

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Who you'll learn with

Charlotte Thomas

Charlotte is a qualified Primary Schools teaching with extensive knowledge and experience of Key Stage 1 and 2 curriculum.

Who provides this course?

City Lit

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