Through the generous support of Ingleburn RSL Club, 28 students from Ingleburn Public School have been supported by a Learning Links Speech Therapist this year.The support comes from Learning Links’ Therapy in Schools Program which has supported a range of areas including speech/articulation, expressive and receptive language, vocabulary and Read more
This article by Rick Lavoie was written with the American school system in mind. Despite the cultural differences, he makes some interesting observations about relationships between parents and teachers. Rick talks about the years he has spent working with parents and drawing on this experience, the article does highlight areas where teachers in his view could improve. Learning Links employs many Read more
Is your child ready to go to big school?How can parents make the transition easier?The transition to ‘big’ school is one of the major challenges children have to face in the early childhood years.It is a time of stress and anxiety as well as excitement and enjoyment. For parents this transition may also cause some anxious moments as another adult Read more
School can be very challenging for some children, particularly those with learning difficulties and learning disabilities. Learning Links' team of specialist teachers work collaboratively with families, schools and other professionals to address the road blocks that prevent children from learning.Educational support classes can help primary and high school children with:Read more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czTRIFYEAVc&feature=youtu.beAbout the ProgramReading for Life was designed by a psychologist, teacher and speech pathologist to provide one-on-one support to children with reading difficulties. Trained volunteers work at school with the children to improve their reading, self-esteem and confidence, via a variety of fun activities and Read more
About the ProgramCounting for Life is a Learning Links program specifically developed to help children in Years 3 to 5 who struggle with numeracy at an important stage in their development.The program works by marrying a school with volunteers from the community to help children weekly for 10 weeks to improve their numeracy skills and enhance their self-esteem Read more
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