Rotary Educational Toy Trial at Anna Bay School

Arja Levonpera Youth Director, Claire Morrison Anna Bay Primary School, Kathy Rimmer Nelson Bay Rotary Treasurer and Laice Moses deliver the Klipee Educational Toys to Anna Bay Primary School. Photo supplied
Arja Levonpera Youth Director, Claire Morrison Anna Bay Primary School, Kathy Rimmer Nelson Bay Rotary Treasurer and Laice Moses deliver the Klipee Educational Toys to Anna Bay Primary School. Photo supplied

NELSON Bay Rotary Club recently delivered a set of Klipee Educational toys to Anna Bay Public School to enable the school to conduct a trial to assist those children with learning difficulties.

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Klipee Educational Toys were designed and created by local mum Laice Moses who saw the need through her own experience with a child who was having trouble with both learning and reading.

The results were outstanding, and Klipee was created, and is now being manufactured commercially.

Nelson Bay Rotary Club’s close association with the Anna Bay School, where Rotary Reading is held, enabled a trial of the product to be used with children with learning difficulties.

Anna Bay School teacher and Rotary reading coordinator Claire Morrison told News Of The Area, “ I’m excited by the trial which will add an extra dimension to improving the learning capabilities of young students.”

A Klipee set is valued at $300 and all parties are looking forward to the results of the trial which will be conducted over the next few months.

If successful, Nelson Bay Rotary will consider assisting other local schools in the future with an initial set of the Klipee Educational Toys.

 

By Jewell DRURY

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