Pukeoware School receives grant for readers

Students at Pukeoware School were delighted to receive boxes of new books earlier this Term, courtesy of a $14,000 grant from Grassroots Trust.  Each month, Grassroots Trust approves funding for grant applications across sport, education and community sectors.
“The grant allowed us to purchase 246 titles for use in our Junior School, providing us with more quality educational resources to engage our learners and assist development of their literacy skills”, said acting Principal Kim Michie.

Students from Pukeoware School’s Junior Syndicate are delighted with their new readers.

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