Arrow Foundation completed yet another successful project in February when 20 students from Woodbrook Presbyterian Primary School graduated from its literacy intervention programme.
Arrow’s impact was clearly evident from the exuberant smiles on the faces of the students, as several were able to improve their virtual reading and spelling ages by 12 months or more, after only eight hours of Arrow training.
As student Amber Francis explained, “Using the computer to learn was a lot of fun, especially hearing my own voice and I can read and write much better now. I am very proud that I am doing better in class and I wish that every child could get this chance to improve.”
Developed over 40 years ago in the United Kingdom by Dr Colin Lane, Arrow stands for Aural-Read-Respond-Ora