Inspiring parents to create confident young lives
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Our Courses.

Hand in Hand Learning

Welcome to Hand in Hand Learning

Drawing upon Hand in Hand Learning’s resources – How Babies Learn, How Children Learn and How Teens Learn – you will discover our tried and tested approach to engaging with your child.

OUR COURSES

 

  • We take a broader, more applied approach, looking at the neuroscience and utilizing what we know to enable you to understand what is happening in your child’s brain.


  • Increase your understanding of developmental patterns, giving you the confidence to face a range of parenting challenges that will see them thrive from babies to toddlers to teens – for a happy and more contented family life.


  • Our courses do not conform to the model established by conventional parenting courses. We will be showing you how your children learn – not just academically but also to improve their behaviour and communication skills.


  • Designed by a group of adult and child education professionals with a vast array of experience, our innovative courses will help you become the parent you want to be.


  • Learn about your child in the comfort of your own home or at one of our face-to-face sessions.


  • A small investment in time and money to give your baby the best possible start in life.


By following six easy interactive sessions on the How Babies Learn course, either online or by attending one of our hosted courses, you will give your baby the best possible start in life. 

How Children Learn and How Teens Learn can only be attended in 10-week face-to-face sessions.

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I was amazed to learn on my course that in every single minute of pregnancy, the baby will make 1/4 of a million (250,000) brain cells!
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The knowledge I have gained has made a significant difference in me being able to encourage, interact, and help my baby learn. I now choose activities to stimulate the whole of his brain, encouraging the different parts to work together
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