The PEEP Learning Together programme supports parents to create the best start for their children by making the most of everyday learning opportunities – listening, talking, playing, singing and sharing stories and books. Spending time with their parents and carers in these ways helps children become confident communicators and active learners. PEEP’s focus is on children learning alongside their parents/carers. The PEEP Programme is about making the most out of everyday life with young children and having fun. PEEP groups have been shown to help children’s very learning and lead to success in later learning, particularly in reading and writing. Check out the ‘What’s On’ guide to find a PEEP group for your child.
The PEEP programme consists of many different types of activities, to do at home or during PEEP groups or sessions.is a parent/child session group run a weekly basis –we run 3 groups per year as follows:
0 – 1 baby programme
Learning together with babies concentrates on supporting the very early important relationships in a baby’s life.
- Babies making choices
- The first language
- Books for babies
1 – 2 year olds
One year olds are developing so fast it can be hard to keep up with them. Learning together with 1 – 2 year olds offers a variety of ideas and information.
- Movement Patterns
- Toddler numbers
- Playing and Learning
2 – 3 year olds
Offering support and information for parents with children aged 2-3 years old. The group will include a talk time, activity, songs and a story.
To book you place or for more information contact the Team on 7137 1670.