Location: Kimberley Region, Dampier Peninsular (117km north-east of Broome)
Traditional Country: Nyul Nyul
Began PaL:  2011

Beagle-Bay

Beagle Bay was the first community to implement PaL on the Dampier Peninsula in 2011.

Since 2015 Save the Children have been responsible for the delivery of PaL in the Dampier Peninsula. They are working collaboratively with the Beagle Bay Primary School, The Women’s Centre and the Playgroup.

Location: Kimberley Region, Dampier Peninsular (117km north-east of Broome)
Traditional Country: Nyul Nyul
Began PaL:  2011

Beagle-Bay

Beagle Bay was the first community to implement PaL on the Dampier Peninsula in 2011.

Since 2015 Save the Children have been responsible for the delivery of PaL in the Dampier Peninsula. They are working collaboratively with the Beagle Bay Primary School, The Women’s Centre and the Playgroup.

Testimonial

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    "For the kids its giving them something extra to look forward to and something they look at as their own.....they feel as if they're a big child, y'know, a big kid themselves.... I got my homework too."
    PaL Tutor

    "He never used to sit and read books like this before.....he learns to read and sit,now he wants to write his name."
    PaL Parent

    "I like them because they are very good and I learn about stuffs. I read books for my little sister and make her go to sleep."
    PaL Child Participant

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