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Muddle Free Maths for Parents

South Hill Centre

Sunday, 24 January 2016 at 00:00 - Tuesday, 31 January 2017 at 23:30 (GMT)

Muddle Free Maths for Parents

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South Hill Centre runs a number of these courses throughout the year, usually 5 weeks of 2hrs in length. They are run as soon as there is enough interest for them.

Participants must be parents and not have an existing maths qualification (Level 2 or above)

Want to improve your Maths skills but haven’t had the time until now?

Do you understand your child’s methods for doing addition and subtraction?

Are you panicked by partitioning?

Despair of division?

Muddled by multiplication?


Then come to our friendly sessions and find out how you can help your child and yourself.

A crèche may be provided for some courses, but booking in advance is required.

The course is delivered by South Hill Centre in connection with HAFLS in Hemel Hempstead. The course is usually run free of charge.

Do you have questions about Muddle Free Maths for Parents? Contact South Hill Centre

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South Hill Centre
Cemetery Hill
HP1 1JF Hemel Hempstead
United Kingdom

Sunday, 24 January 2016 at 00:00 - Tuesday, 31 January 2017 at 23:30 (GMT)

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South Hill Centre

South Hill Centre is a registered community charity (1102820)which works with other local organisations to provide a range of services for local people within Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. It seeks to provide services which join all local people together, encouraging integration, developing potential, enhancing safety and providing help and support to those most in need and has an excellent track record in delivering successful, well-received projects to those it aims to support.


The Centre is committed to adding value and vitality to the community it serves. Between 500 and 1000 local individuals pass through its doors each week and the Centre runs activities such as youth groups; seniors lunch club; employment support; IT training; Life skills training; Carers and toddler groups; family support; Pre-school provision; and organises several other community wide events as dictated by the needs of the local area. It also acts as a venue for meetings of charities, council and other local organisations.

As well as several key members of staff, the Centre is supported by 70-100 volunteers and has close links with South Hill Church who provide both financial and personnel support to projects that it runs.

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