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Some of the wonderful learners at The Link@Klopper Park reciting their vowels! Learning is fun at The Link!
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A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS!
This is Lungile from The Link @Melpark Primary School He is 8 and is on the second level. He began the programme in the second term unable to recognise any sounds. He was so shy that he hardly said a word to anyone. He can now read all cvc words and recognises quite a few sight words.He is in grade 2 and loves being read to and reading to his teacher. We are so happy with his progress and very grateful to Sonya his volunteer!
Well done Lungile and Sonya, and all the volunteers at Melpark! 👏
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1 week ago

The Link Literacy & Numeracy Project

The Link @Westbury now has a classroom to use!
Thanks to a wonderful donation from the Masons at University Lodge, the aftercare centre at Westbury (TAG) now boasts a new classroom where the Link reading programme can take place. Prof Guy Charlesworth, District Grandmaster and his deputy, Chris van Gaalen, handed over the keys to Rhoda van Buuren, The TAG manager, at a short ceremony this week. Everyone is very excited at the prospect of having this extra space, particularly the Link volunteers and the children who are on our programme.
Thank you to the Masons at University Lodge for this magnanimous gesture! We can now accommodate more children … and volunteers!
If you would like to help at Westbury, please leave your email address in the comments below.
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2 weeks ago

The Link Literacy & Numeracy Project

From The Link @Salvazione Christian School...The Grade 2 and 3 children were treated to a different reading session today. The Link organised for Steve, from Read to Rise, to come through and have an interactive session with the children, reading a couple of books. They loved hearing about Oaky, the acorn, growing into an oak tree! Afterwards, each child was thrilled to be given a book they could keep and these were kindly paid for by The Ridge School This was a great example of a team effort to promote literacy!
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