Our literacy program for disadvantaged children has restarted after COVID-19 forced its closure two years ago.
Our reading intervention program is called ‘Everyone Can Read’. it helps children with low-literacy skills achieve the same educational and social outcomes as their peers.
The children receive synthetic phonics tuition as well as being taught 400 sight words in context. It boosts their confidence and nurtures self-esteem, not to mention improving their baseline literacy skills.
Over 3,000 children have already completed our program. It helps break the poverty cycle by giving the children a pathway toward a better future.