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ASPIRE - Girls Program

ASPIRE – Girls Program

What is the ASPIRE program? The Aspire Program is an aspirational program of academic tutelage and personal mentoring, which has been built to advance the education and life possibilities of young Indigenous girls. The program takes its name from...

Digital Literacy Hub

Digital Literacy Hub

The Digital Literacy Hub (DLH) project aims to bring to one interactive, digital platform a range of assets; networks; libraries; schooling resources; tools and portals that will make the educational experience of our Indigenous students and their families a...

Reach for the Sky

Attain

The Attain Progam (formerly Reach for the Sky) was designed and deployed first in 2013 by our founder Dr Tony Cree. The program which was crafted with the special needs of Indigenous boys in mind, has been a great...

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Healthy Living Series

The Healthy Living books series © is a set of four early reading books that have been especially written and designed for young Aboriginal children. Using the phonics method, these books are set in the Australian outback, Aboriginal characters in...

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Books for Learning

Simply, we couldn’t imagine a child without books to read. It is recognized that exposure to books in early childhood is a key indicator for literacy success. The Books for Learning program provides literacy resources to help enhance reading and...

Literacy and Employment Readiness Program

The Literacy and Employment Readiness Program is a new 2015 program aimed at preparing potential employees and members of the wider community for employment by improving their literacy and numeracy competency. Through our work in many areas around Australia,...

Literacy and Heritage Camps

Literacy & Heritage Camps

Every year the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation conducts a number of Literacy and Heritage Camps. These camps benefit hundreds of Indigenous children and family members throughout Victoria. The camps are conducted in Ballarat and surrounds, Gippsland, and Melbourne. The camps...

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Melbourne Learning Centre

For the last 25 years, the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation has been working with Indigenous children and their families in Victoria from its Ballarat Learning Centre. This centre has been an extraordinary success, helping educate and mentor many thousands of...

Indigenous Education Training

The Aboriginal Literacy Foundation initiated a training program for potential volunteers and teachers in the Indigenous education sector in October 2014. This training program will see candidates undergo a four week tutorial program and internship to gain the skills,...

National Literacy and Numeracy Testing

National Literacy and Numeracy Testing

The Aboriginal Literacy Foundation has been undertaking literacy and numeracy testing for the past 11 years. So far we have tested well over 10,000 students, parents and community members. This service aims to analyse and test participants and work...