Because Only Together We Can

We Support Children and Youth to Reach Their Full Potential

What We Do

01.

School-wide storytelling

We held weekly grade-wide interactive storytelling sessions based on lesson readers.

REACH teachers would train these little ambassadors based on a set of materials focusing on a popular children’s book, as well as a curriculum that covers a broad range of language skills, including creative writing activities, grammar concepts and exercises, vocabulary building, and reading comprehension practices.

These wonderful REACH Reading Ambassadors will then become ambassadors of reading to Primary 1 and 2 students. They will help promote and teach reading to encourage a reading culture in school.

02.

Reading Ambassador (RA) Programmes

Students participating in this workshop meet once a week.

REACH teachers would train these little ambassadors based on a set of materials focusing on a popular children’s book, as well as a curriculum that covers a broad range of language skills, including creative writing activities, grammar concepts and exercises, vocabulary building, and reading comprehension practices.

These wonderful REACH Reading Ambassadors will then become ambassadors of reading to Primary 1 and 2 students. They will help promote and teach reading to encourage a reading culture in school.

03.

Battler of Books (BOB) P3+P4

This is a battle of knowledge and wit as students from Primary 3 and 4 clash with their fellow peers in a book competition. Each take turn to perform their class-favorite books in a short yet excitement-filled competition.

In order to establish the reading culture in the school, REACH worked with the Reading Ambassadors to conduct two Peer-to-peer Reading Programme events.

The Reading Ambassadors held interactive storytelling sessions with younger primary students, where they read stories to them in order to practise their storytelling and English speaking skills.

REACH ANNUAL REPORT 2020