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  • Government Reg. No: 776
  • Expires On: 2012-02-09
  • Centre Member No: 7586

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  • Last Updated: 05-04-11
  • Last Administered: 05-08-14
Non-profit

The Bermuda Reading Association

Our efforts promote a love of reading, encourage professional development, and support the improvement of literacy standards in Bermuda.

  • 17 Happy Valley Road, Pembroke, HM 19
  • Mailing Address
  • P.O. Box DV 755, Devonshire, DV BX
  • (441) 535-4660
  • Website

Volunteer

  1. Primary Contact Person(s)

    Primary Contact

    • Ms. Nancy Andrews
      Treasurer
      nandrews@logic.bm

    Secondary Contact

    • Ms. Enid Jacobs
      Vice President
      enidjacobs@yahoo.com
  2. Classification(s) Based on the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE)

  3. Our Mission

    The Bermuda Reading Association will represent a viable support network of professional educators, parents, community and business leaders who will promote literacy education and advocate literacy proficiency for all Bermuda residents. The Bermuda Reading Association will provide: ■continuous literacy awareness education for parents, teachers and the community at large ■literacy resources for children, families and institutions of learning ■professional conferences and seminars to highlight current literacy issues ■media coverage about literacy education ■recognition for outstanding literacy services to accomplished individuals and organizations ■tutoring services delivered by certified reading specialists

  4. About Us

    Brief History of the Bermuda Reading Association:

    The first discussion of setting up a reading association was held initially in the 1970’s. A formal meeting was occurred in 1977, setting up an executive board. This executive board consisted of a president, vice–president, secretary and treasurer. Byelaws... Read More

  5. Programme and Service Highlights

    Projects in Progress

    ■Fundraising appeal to the general public
    ■Increase of membership to include businesses, parents and educators
    ■Parenting Seminars
    ■Educators Seminars
    ■Student Seminars
    ■Literacy Forum
    ■Newsletter -Website -Facebook
    ■Annual Conference

  6. People
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  7. Files
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