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Spellbound Storytime (2017-2018)


Spellbound Storytime
 is a multilingual storytelling enterprise developed and delivered by migrant women to childcare centres, libraries, children’s festivals and bookshops.

The project is 16 weeks FREE accredited training in Early Childhood Literacy and Community Engagement provided in partnership with TAFE Outreach and delivered by a qualified TAFE teacher to skill up women from multicultural backgrounds in becoming Bilingual Storytellers / Playgroup Facilitators.

The program will cover some components of Early Childhood Studies, including:

  • Early Childhood Literacy
  • Reading with your child
  • Creative and Engaging Ways to deliver a Story
  • Children’s Developmental Stages and Behaviour Management
  • Public Speaking and Voice Training
  • Appropriate Learning Content, Developing Language
  • Communication Skills
  • Community Engagement

 

2018 Spellbound Storytime

When: 10am to 1pm, every Tuesday from 31 July to 24 September, 2018
Where: Auburn Town Hall – Sommerville Room | 1 Susan Street, Auburn 2144
Places available now! Please contact Yamane – [email protected] | 02 8821 9155

 

Payel, Hafsa, Marie, Rifi, Suraiya and Meher receive their Certificates of Attainment from Cathy (3rd from right) for the modules completed in 2017.
Image by: Yamane Fayed

Spellbound Storytime is a multilingual publication and storytelling enterprise developed and delivered by migrant women to childcare centres, libraries, children’s festivals and bookshops. It is a project of the Multicultural Women’s Hub based at I.C.E.

SPELLBOUND STORYTIME 2017

If you would like more information about Spellbound Storytime (2017-2018), you can get in contact with Yamane Fayed at I.C.E. for more details
Yamane Fayed
Producer, Multicultural Women's Hub
[email protected]
02 8821 9168
A project of the Multicultural Women’s Hub, Parramatta. The Multicultural Women’s Hub is supported by the NSW Government through Multicultural NSW. This project is delivered in partnership with Ultimo TAFE Outreach.