Why family learning is important Children whose parents support their learning and take a keen interest in their education do better at school and in later life. Family learning leads to improvements in: childrens learning and behaviour. confidence for both adults and children to enjoy learning together.
What are the benefits of family learning?
Family learning has also shown to improve school attendance, reduce persistent absenteeism and improve pupils attainment. Wider outcomes are shown through skills development, employability, progression into work, interactions within the family, as well as improvements in parental confidence and parenting skills.
Why is it important to study and learn about family?
Learning about your family history can have amazing effects on the way you connect with others, especially because it allows you to connect with people in the past, present, and the future. And forming connections with others is crucial to a fulfilling life.
What do families teach us?
Our family values are a reflection of who we are and how we parent. When we articulate and live those values, our children learn life lessons. They learn to express themselves, solve problems, grow from mistakes, and develop other skills and abilities that lead to fulfilling lives. Parents learn too.