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Reach & Match Learning Kit

Supports All Children to Learn Equally through Inclusive Play

A play-based learning program supports children with all abilities to build the foundational physical, cognitive, language and social-emotional skills that support their wellbeing and learning journey.

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Reach and Match Learning Kit

Reach & Match Learning Kit

Reach & Match® support early childhood learning outcomes and the inclusion of children with special needs in the mainstream environment.

Reach and Match Training Course

Reach & Match Training Course

A comprehensive teacher professional development (TPD) course focused on developing the capacity of educators to create an inclusive learning environment.

clients are schools, early intervention services and families

Schools & Communities

Thousands of children are enjoying the benefit of Reach & Match Inclusive Learning Program worldwide.

Impact Partners

Since, 2017, Reach & Match has expanded its reach to support Inclusive Education (IE) and Education in Emergencies (EiE) in developing countries and countries affected by conflict throughout Asia and the Pacific. Reach & Match partners with children relief organisations, e.g. Save the Children and Plan International to provide educational and therapeutic support for children with disadvantages in humanitarian and emergencies.

Impact partners include save the children and plan international
Impact partners include save the children and plan international

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I am delighted to travel to Sydney next week to speak at the SEPLA Conference 2022, hosted by the NSW Special Education Principals' and Leaders' Association! I am so looking forward to meeting a few old friends and partners there, if you are around please say hi! 👋🏻 Mandy Lau #specialeducation ... See MoreSee Less
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I am excited to speak at UNITE SPLD conference hosted by the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) this Friday! This is a unique conference that brings together researchers, parents, teachers and practitioners working with children with Specific Learning Differences (SpLD)and special educational needs. Check out their website for the exciting program! Mandy Lau#unitspld #dassingapore #earlyintervention #inclusion #learningneeds ... See MoreSee Less
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