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GOAL: Community Education and Support 

Scotch Oakburn College is committed to growing community support and engagement through information sharing on specific matter relevant to them, our students, and the greater community. To ensure an inter-connectedness and support for each other, the College will embark on a community education and support program that will extend opportunities for the community to learn and grow.  Opportunities are aligned to the College’s Mission, Vision and Values.

This program also encapsulates the Learning and Wellbeing Strands of SOC2035 

Discussing the importance of your child’s oral language as a foundation for literacy learning.

This session will aim to give parents information on ways to maximise their child’s ability to communicate effectively and with confidence. The relationship between speech, oral language and success in literacy acquisition will be explored.

As well as describing the normal stages of development in each of these areas, the session will explore ways to develop specific skills using games, picture books and enjoyable, interactive activities.

Recommended Audience: Parents and guardians of students in Early Learning and Prep.


This is a free event however RSVP to this event is essential. COVID check-in will be required.





1 June, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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ConneXions, Elphin Campus
74 Elphin Road
Launceston, Tasmania 7250
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