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Aurion Learning take 'Time To Read' with local pupils.

Aurion Learning take 'Time To Read' with local pupils.

19 June, 2013

Pupils from Holy Rosary Primary School have visited the Aurion Learning headquarters today to take part in the 'Time to Read' programme and educational resource www.safehome4me.com 

As part of the online learning company’s corporate responsibility initiatives, the Aurion team spent the morning with the young pupils helping them learn to read confidently and partake in the accident prevention scenarios and games on www.safehome4me.com 

Speaking about the initiative, Ciaran O'Hare, Director of Aurion Learning said:

“'This is our fourth year supporting the 'Time to Read' programme and we are proud to support local communities to implement this resource. The team at Aurion thoroughly enjoy working with local schools through this initiative as it helps to improve children's literacy at a young age.

The SafeHome4Me resource also helps children develop attitudes and behaviours around keeping themselves safe, keeping others safe and knowing what to do if an accident happens.”

 

Photo: L-R: Tina Frank, Andrew McCaughan, Christopher Blakely, Alan Boyd, Mr Hugh McGivern, Vice Principal of Holy Rosary Primary School and Mr. Ciaran O'Hare Director of Aurion Learning.

 

Additional Information:

Time to Read is part of the 'Time to' programmes developed by Business in the Community and local Education and Library Boards. 

Aurion Learning is one of 48 of Northern Ireland's leading companies participating in the 'Time to' programmes, across 63 schools across Northern Ireland. These programmes have won both the Belfast Telegraph Business and NICVA/Camelot Link awards for Outstanding Community Involvement.

Funded by the Public Health Agency (PHA), SafeHome4Me was launched in 2008 by the Promoting Wellbeing Team of the Southern Health and Social Care Trust, on behalf of the Southern Area Accident Prevention Liaison Group (SAAPLG) and in consultation with the Southern Education and Library Board (SELB),

Aurion Learning provided strategic support and undertook the design and construction of SafeHome4Me.com.

 

About Aurion Learning:

Founded in 2000, Aurion Learning is a full service learning and development company specialising in the design of online learning programmes and innovative learning and CPD management tools to client partners throughout the UK and Ireland in the public, private and third sector.

Aurion Learning also provides strategy and capability building services to help organisations develop focussed online learning strategies and to develop their own online learning in-house.

For more information, visit www.aurionlearning.com or follow @aurionlearning on Twitter

 

Media Contact

Ciara Cunningham

Tel: (028) 9064 3211 Email: ciara.cunningham@aurionlearning.com

 

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