Links News

Local clubs have united to address literacy and numeracy levels across schools in Canterbury. Working closely with Learning Links, the partnership has seen the delivery of specialist intervention programs in schools, with a focus on supporting children with learning difficulties and disabilities. The joint club initiative by Canterbury League Club, Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL, Lantern […]

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The Financial Industry Community Aid Program (FICAP) has announced Learning Links as their newest charity partner. A wonderful win for Learning Links that will greatly support the educational needs of children and families with learning difficulties and disabilities. We are thrilled to be selected as one of the FICAP charities said Learning Links CEO, Birgitte […]

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Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training together with David Coleman MP, Member for Banks met with Learning Links Chairman, Greg Wallace and CEO, Birgitte Maibom to discuss the challenges faced by children with learning difficulties and disabilities. This was an opportunity to highlight to the Minister the real experiences of children and their families […]

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Children and families attending Learning Links Preschool in Peakhurst are set to benefit from a significant grant provided by Club Central Hurstville. Part of the $43,000 funding granted to Learning Links in 2017 will be put towards the replacement of soft fall rubber flooring in the outdoor place area used for children’s therapy and motor […]

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  The Learning Links raffle has now been drawn and the winners are…… First prize           K Abeyasinghe      $5000 Flight Centre Gift Card Second prize      A.C. Smart           Electronics Package Third prize          Peter Orton          Family Fun Package   Thank you to all who participated in the raffle, both through prized donation and through buying and selling tickets. The […]

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  Learning Links’ vision is a community where disadvantage and difficulties learning are no longer a barrier to a fulfilling life. The ‘Reading For Life Program’ is an evidence based program designed to target children in years 3-5 who are struggling and falling behind in their literacy development. Campbelltown Catholic Club is proud to partner […]

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6a/7 Meridian Place, Bella Vista  NSW 2153 On the 11th of February 2017, Learning Links will officially start to provide learning services from Bella Vista, in the Hills District of Sydney. From this new location, Learning Links professionals will provide services in schools and early childhood settings to help children who are falling behind due to […]

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News 2016

The Richmond Club has developed a well-deserved reputation as a club which serves the community across many levels. Not only is it a modern and superblyrun licensed club catering for all ages since 1947, Richmond Club supports nearly 200 community groups and is the region’s largest employer with 169 taking home a weekly wage. In […]

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