About Cafés For All

Cafés for All in early settings and schools

home_img.jpgThe sharing of knowledge and skills takes place in the informal pop up Café environment created in the school or setting. Cafés take place during the day for a class of pupils and parents from Nursery to Year 6 ( or younger in Children’s Centres).When settings and schools begin using the Cafés for All programme, they start by helping all parents (including those who sometimes find working with schools difficult for a variety of reasons) develop their skills, knowledge and confidence in supporting, at home, children’s development and learning across the curriculum .

The same well-received, simple but effective Café format and structure for the session is used each time and can be varied . Early years settings and schools have been extremely innovative in adapting the model for different purposes, e.g. supporting transition, welcoming new families.

What happens in a Cafés for All session


The format and structure of the Café sessions is a simple, well tested and effective one with   key elements being;  sociable learning environments, non-threatening activities, modelling  of practice, sharing of clear accessible information , empowerment and enjoyment.

The ‘Cafés for All , Sharing Learning’ name and training programme are owned exclusively by A2E2 Education Ltd – Aspiring to Excellence Together and are currently being trademarked and copyrighted ( April 2015).

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