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​TO WINSOME WISHES FOR KIDS

"Helping children and teachers whenever and wherever possible”.

VISION STATEMENT

To ensure that all schools have the academic resources, trained teachers, and funding necessary to reach educationally marginalized children.
MISSION STATEMENT

To help children with learning challenges or disabilities become their best selves. To facilitate teacher education in any way we can to enrich their students’ lives while enhancing their knowledge and techniques.

OUR STORIES
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Are We R.E.A.D.Y

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Pilot Schools

READY. SET. GO
  • RESOURCES

  • EDUCATION FOR ALL

  • ACHIEVEMENT

  • DEDICATION

  • YOUTH FIRST

CHALK TALK

All Jamaican students can achieve academic excellence. Understanding and identifying each student’s individual needs and learning style is the key.

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Partnerships

The first recipients in Jamaica will be Vaz Preparatory School - Kingston, Lannaman's Preparatory School - Kingston and  Gideon Educational Centre - Portland.

Teacher and Young Student

Programmes

HEAR OUR TEACHERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS. Click on Read More to view our testimonials.

We are partners with the Windward Institute, NY, Higher Potential for Learning, NV, and RISE to Education in Jamaica.

We help with skillsets and tools needed to nurture early childhood school children with learning deficits and or disabilities.

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A special Thank you!, to Kozy Korner Books for your outstanding support of WWKIDS 2021 Summer Fun Reading Programme. Because of your dedication, the reading initiative was a resounding success.
 
Kozy Korner Books
JAMAICA'S FIRST INTERACTIVE CHILDREN'S BOOKSTORE

 

The first and only interactive children’s bookstore in Kingston, Jamaica.

Let’s Explore, Discover and Create together!

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Despite all its challenges, 2021 has been a resounding success. Read about all the great things we accomplished with your help in our 2021 News Letter.

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HELP US CREATE EQUITY IN THE CLASSROOMS