Brookhouse Community Church are continuing to run a youth club for children in school Years 2 - 6. It will start again on Thursday 7 September from 6pm – 7pm. Please note the change of venue – we are now meeting in the sports hall at Caton Primary. For further details please email email@example.com.
Caton Baby and Toddler Group provides a relaxed and friendly meeting place for parents and carers with babies and small children. It is a welcome time in the week, a chance to relax and chat together while our children play. What we offer is friendship and support, with learning and fun!
We meet every Tuesday morning (term time) between 9.45am and 11.15am in the Victoria Institute, Brookhouse Road, Caton. Babies and pre-school children with an accompanying adult are very welcome. There is plenty of space for running around, and a range of good quality toys – that means lots of opportunities to free-play, use different equipment, and interact with other children. There are regular activities too, such as our child-led sing-along, and everyone gets a drink and healthy snack.
We make a small charge every week, and there is a reduction available for those who prefer to pay in advance for a whole term. The drop-in price is £2.50 per family, and this includes refreshments for both children and adults.
As our Group is led by parents and carers, and as we are with our children all the time, there is no need to become registered with OfSTED (Office for Standards in Education). However, we do have all the required insurance for running a toddler group.
We are a small, creative primary school where each child knows they really matter. Learning and teaching here is innovative and through exciting and engaging activities, we develop the 5Rs:
Reciprocity, Resilience, Resourcefulness, Risk-taking and Reflection.
Caton St. Paul's is an aided Church of England primary school situated in the picturesque Lune Valley village of Brookhouse, yet less than ten minutes from Lancaster city centre. Children are admitted from the village of Caton and Brookhouse with a number of children coming from other areas such as Halton, Claughton, Morecambe and Lancaster. There has been a school on this site for more than a hundred and fifty years and this long history has ensured that Caton St. Paul's is at the heart of the village community. This is a feature that is special to rural schools and one that fosters an environment of trust and respect. We are proud of this aspect of the school life.
A fun filled & friendly introduction to foreign language for toddlers and pre-school children (aged 1 - 4 years) through catchy songs and rhymes, fun games, puppets, stickers, stories, beanbags and balls. Sessions run by Claire Hill. I am a qualified and experienced languages teacher (with enhanced DBS check) and a mum! Classes start from 28th September and are term time only. All classes week commencing 28th September are free. Classes held at Caton, Halton, Bolton-le-Sands, Wray and Quernmore.
New youth group - SPY - is beginning in September 2023. Open to all young people from school year 6 upwards. Every two weeks on Thursday evenings, berween 4pm and 6pm. First meeting Thursday 21st September. At The Vicarage, 153 Brookhouse Road. Fot more information, and to get parent/carer permission forms, contact the Rev. Helen Scarman at firstname.lastname@example.org
TONY COX SCHOOL OF THE ACOUSTIC GUITAR
Adept at many different styles of music, any student studying with Tony will develop a healthy appreciation of just how the acoustic guitar can straddle many different genres, among them folk, blues, pop, classical, rock, jazz, African, country and bluegrass.
The theory of music as applied to the guitar makes up a big part of Tony's teaching. Students can expect to study the following: reading (notes and TAB), keys, chords, harmony and improvisation. Tony is a Registered Guitar Tutor affiliated to the London College of Music and can offer accredited guitar grades 1 through to 8.
Tony's students span the world. He uses Skype video technology for these far away lessons. So no matter where you live in this world, if you have skype and a strong bandwidth, you can study the acoustic guitar with Tony. If you prefer face-to-face lessons with no screen in between, you have to live in Caton and surrounds and of-course depending on where we are with Covid restrictions etc.