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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

CfBT donates

THE Centre for British Teachers (CfBT) donated books and educational materials to the Learning Ladders Society to benefit in the reinforcement of reading and writing to children diagnosed with autism.

The centre’s English Language Teaching Primary manager, Juliet Cowly said that the learning materials donated included synthetic phonics storybooks and educational toys, which will “boost the two institutions in their advancement of teaching autistic children to read and write”.

Present to receive the donations on behalf of the Learning Ladders Society was its president, Dr Sharina Yunus who extended her gratitude towards CfBT for the learning materials donated to autistic children, which will benefit their educational development.

“The learning materials received will be placed in our resource library at the centre. Parents are able to borrow the learning materials for children with autism, development delay and other learning disabilities.”

She further added that the learning materials received were applicable in the reinforcement of education for 50 children and adults currently registered at the Learning Ladders Society centre.