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Inner West local news

Learning in Leichhardt

An exciting new learning centre has opened in Leichhardt, run by local ‘mumpreneurs’ Angela, Vanessa and Maryellen. Offering school readiness classes, primary school tutoring and school holiday programs for kids aged 2 to 12 years old, the Keep Learning Education Centre focuses on helping children prepare for the academic expectations of school. These mums have 10 years teaching experience under their belt and are happy to work with each of their student’s individual needs, they can tailor programs to suit differing learning styles, while adhering to the relevant National curriculum.

• For more information or book a free assessment, visit www.keeplearningeducation.com.au or call 82014461.

Helping hand for Drummoyne

Drummoyne Public School is facing the possibility of partial closure of their school canteen due to dwindling parental volunteers and are calling for help from outside the school community. The canteen currently opens five days a week for 200 days a year so there is a constant need for additional volunteers. Local residents who can spare an hour or two a week are being asked to donate their time, with the P&C’s Head of Canteen Committee, Louise McGuigan, saying “It’s not difficult and many hands make light work.  If you can make a sandwich and have some spare time, we’d love to hear from you.” Without more volunteers, the school will be forced to close the canteen a couple days a week or offer a more basic menu.

• If you can help, call Louise on 0409 909 398.

A new fence for Haberfield Public

Greens MP Jamie Parker has announced the success of his campaign to have a fence installed at Haberfield Public School in the wake of security concerns following the assault of four children at the school during school hours. Parker described this as “an important win for our community,” citing the need to ensure parents, students and teachers feel safe at the school again.

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