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Family liaison

Stoneyholme Community Primary School is not only there for children's educational needs and support but for parents and family too. We believe that in order to get the best from your child at school, we all need to work in partnership. English may not be the first language for a lot of our families and parenting differs from family to family. We want to help upskill the parents and carers to support their children to the best of their abilities.

ESOL at a very basic level suitable for people who have little English or have just arrived from abroad to settle in the UK. You will learn how to read and write your personal details, how to ring up your GP, go shopping and other such basic life skills that are required on a daily basis.   


Academic Courses for adults whose first language is English, or Training with a view to gain employment.


We  have a popular Coffee morning drop in on Thursday mornings, if you are not interested in doing any courses or classes and wish to meet other parents for various social activities. 

Parent volunteers

We have a number of parent volunteers working at school as welfare assistants, teaching assistants, etc. supporting the staff at school as well as gaining experience of working in a school environment for their own personal development.

 Many of our volunteers have gone on to gain further qualifications or employment as a result of the skills and confidence acquired through this aspect of our work.  In order to give the best possible support to our volunteers numbers are limited, however if this is an area of interest for you please contact Mrs Luanne Galawan.


We therefore run a number of highly popular courses for adults at Stoneyholme School. 

Places can be booked up fast therefore some needs to be pre-booked please contact Rupali Begum on 01282 437190 or Email :-


For courses and  training  click on the Community liaison link. 

(Please note some courses delivered by outside agencies may charge, you are advised to inquire before enrolling)

The school welcomes suggestion for courses, training or support.  If we are able to offer support we will, alternatively you will be signposted to  services or organisations that will be able to meet your needs.