We would like to invite Perth Myanmar Learning Centre’s Graduation on 26th November 2022 at Balga Senior High School. We will start at 13:00 – 15:00 and you will see how they progress in their language.
Enrolment for 2022
The resident of Perth City, if you or your family members wish to learn Burmese Language, our community based Perth Myanmar Learning Centre is teaching in reading, writing, listening and speaking from foundation classes to more advanced for any ages. For more info visit facebook page and contact one of our staffs.
Our learning centre is teaching in Balga Senior High School every Saturday 2pm to 5pm followed by public school opening time.
For more information details:
Principle : Suan Cing- 0470 513 455
Secretary/Teacher : Dim Boih- 0469 560 943
Email : email@example.com
Information session of Water Safe
In 29th Feb, our learning centre had a great opportunity to learn about Water Safe by instructor Nicole. We learnt about how to be safe in water including in ponds, backyard pools, local swimming pools, beaches and anywhere with water. In that particular training we estimated that forty people attend including children, parents and teachers. On behalf of our learning centre, we want to thank instructor Nicole for giving information/sharing your experiences with us.
There are indoor activities after the reduction of covid restrictions. We had a lot of fun playing a lot of games in these activities. Many thanks to the parents and teachers who support our children. Thank you very much for cooking and serving delicious food that day.
We were thanks to Royal Life Saving who are always supporting and keeping in touch with us. This year, we continued swimming lessons and have more confidence in the water.
Heart Beat Club (Basic First Aid Session)
This is a wonderful moment to learn about basic first aid for kids. We have a lot of fun and acknowledging how important first aid is. Thank you for sharing your experience with our students.
Trainer : Gayle (Royal Life Saving)
Our learning centre has been advertised in the local Burmese mini markets across Perth, WA.
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