Learning English Through Storytime – Success Library

Do you, or someone you know, have a child 3 to 4 years old who is learning to speak English as an additional language?

Success Library runs special storytimes four times a year for children who do not speak English at home, or who speak limited English.

Learning English Through Storytime (LETS) is a special storytime that runs for ten weeks and gives children a chance to practise English through songs, rhymes and conversation, to improve their skills and confidence.

Each LETS session will involve reading, interactive activities, and craft. It’s a great place to practise English ready for school.

LETS Programs for 2020
Term 4 – First session Monday 12 October 2020.
Mondays 1 – 2pm at Success Library.

Please do not take photographs of other families or children without their permission.

Bookings are required for LETS sessions.
Interested in LETS?

LETS run in ten week blocks, each school term , covering a range of everyday topics with a focus on literacy and numeracy. Places are strictly limited, so book early. There will be a light afternoon tea after each session.

Even when we aren’t taking bookings let us know you are interested below and we will keep your details ready for our next program.


    * reminders will be sent via email about LETS sessions

    Three kids and three parents at craft table
    Child about to draw on large piece of brown paper laying on floor
    Another three kids and three parents at craft table
    Child laying on brown paper with mother tracing around the child
    Kids at a LETS sessions