Community House

At St Luke’s we strive to build a strong supportive partnership with parents and carers as children achieve best when there is a strong relationship between school and home. One way we achieve this aim is through our community house.
We believe that by providing support, through parents/carers’ workshops, coffee mornings, parent/child outings and additional activities, ensures all families have the opportunity to be actively involved in school life and supporting their child’s academic, social and spiritual development.

Community House Courses

Strengthening Families/ Strengthening Communities

This class runs every Tuesday from 9:00 – 12:30. The course provides parents
with the skills and knowledge to build positive adult / child relationships.

Crochet and Knitting Club

Parents meet every Wednesday from 9:00- 10:30 in the Community House to
learn new skills in Crocheting and Knitting. Refreshments are on offer as well as
the crèche.

Cook and eat well

This is a healthy eating five week course. Each week the group looks at a
different topic. 1) Personal Hygiene & Eat Well Plate. 2) Fats. 3) Sugar &
Budgeting. 4) Salt & Label Reading. 5) Certificates, Cookbook and Evaluation

Kids Who Cook

This is a five week course for children, to introduce them to a healthy way of
cooking and eating. This course runs after school from 3:15 – 4:30.

Keep Fit Class

This class runs every Thursday in the school hall. The class is run by a qualified
instructor to help promote a healthy lifestyle.

Bike Skills

This 3/4 week course is for adults who are not confident in riding a bike on
the road.