Across 2020 Learning Links was able to offer 652 children, teaches and families online digital programs and workshops, the most amount of digital services ever offered by Learning Links in one single year.
Studying is an important part of learning but it can be a difficult task for students if they don’t have the right skills. Learn about some different study skills to support your child’s learning.
Learning Links’ ‘Impact for Kids’ 2020-2023 Strategic Roadmap focuses on achieving measurable educational and wellbeing outcomes at scale for children aged 2-16 through expansion of our services in NSW and across Australia using innovation and digital technology to address unmet community need supported by policy advocacy to drive systemic change.
At Learning Links, our people have a common passion, drive and determination that makes our organisation what it is. Find out more about our Board, Leadership team, program experts and patrons.
This week, The OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) results for 2018 were released. This global study of more than half a million 15-year-olds around the world measures the ability for students to use their reading, mathematics and science knowledge and skills to meet real-life challenges.
iPads and tablets are used for many forms of entertainment but they also provide an interactive learning opportunity. Find out which apps can support different aspects of your child’s learning.
The Parents as Case Coordinators program offers free online support for parents of children with disability, so they can navigate the NDIS service network.
With support from our philanthropic partners we can expand our mission and ensure all children have access to the professional support they need and deserve to learn, develop and thrive.