Saturday Book Club

The book club started as part of an introduction to African Writers for Africa Month, May 2018.
This came, very generously, with a team of volunteers who would read to children, make books, and re-imagine the story that was read with drawings and performances.
The club meets twice per month and its purpose is to introduce reading, story telling, and listening skills to the children. All of which are important and help concentration levels which is essential for both home and school.
Books are sent home with the children, and they are encouraged to bring their own books as well and to read to peers.
This is a very important aspect of Outreach Foundation’s integrated homework programme and is a collaboration with our music centre, our theatre and yoga.
   Outreach Foundation Book Club

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