Last week we had the privilege of welcoming a representative of the NSW Regional Youth Office who came to see our projects in action.
Together we visited Moss Vale Public School where Mrs Marcon-Jones explained how reading practice is essential to the effectiveness of the literacy support programs run by the school.
On this occasion we also delivered the first batch of rewards to all the children participating in reading support activities.
At the end of the visit we met with several of our volunteers for the traditional End of Term Morning Tea, which provided another great opportunity to socialise, share experiences, and gather feedback.
It was a big surprise to discover that Mrs Wendy Tuckerman, MP for Goulburn, had included Reading Friends Australia in her address to the NSW Parliament on the 24th of May. We are very grateful to Mrs Tuckerman for the thoughtful and heartfelt words she chose to express the importance of the support we provide […]Read more
A representative of the NSW Regional Youth Office came to see our projects in action.Read more
RFA volunteers to assist children with reading practice twice a week.Read more