Parents as Early Education Partners (PEEP) Sessions
by Aberdeen City Council ( Parenting Education, Relationships, Health & Social Care Services, Support Network, Support Group, Education & Employability, Health Literacy )
The Peep Learning Together programme supports parents and carers to:
value and build on the home learning environment by making the most of everyday learning opportunities.
build and strengthen attachment relationships with their child through listening, talking, playing, singing and sharing books together.
help babies and children to make the most of their opportunities by becoming confident communicators and active learners, ready for school
Weekly sessions are offered across Aberdeen City during school term time. All Peep sessions include songs, stories, play activities and an opportunity to meet other parents/carers to share ideas and experiences.
Community groups are free and available to any parents and carers with children from birth to 5 years. Information on locations and times are available on request.
Peer support groups are also available for families who may need either additional or specific support, such as low mood, young parents, looked after children, English as an additional language. These groups are available by self-request or via a Health Visitor or other professional.
Parent and Toddler groups: in addition some existing parent and toddler groups will offer Peep activities within their session. These groups may make a small charge for refreshments or to meet the costs of venue hire.
Last updated 17/09/2018
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