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The Reading Village

Tuition for Primary School Students

The Reading Village welcomes all types of learners.  Our mission is to create confident readers who become lovers of learning.
We celebrate each child's individuality by providing tuition that is customised to their unique learning needs and goals. Students are gently encouraged to progress at their own pace and to give their personal best to each session.
Our lessons are designed to be creative and engaging.  We follow a structured literacy program that is backed by evidence-based research, and is the most effective approach for teaching reading, writing and spelling.  
As an independent provider for NDIS, some of our students can use their NDIS funding for our services that directly relate to Early Childhood Development and Skills Development. 

Note: We service various locations across the Sunshine Coast. Find out if we have a tutor in your area!

School Readiness sessions

Our little people can find the first year of school overwhelming. But it doesn't have to be this way!
Our School Readiness sessions were designed to introduce Kindy children to foundational pre-literacy and numeracy skills, so that they can enter their first year of school with confidence!
Give your child that extra boost of confidence and make their first year of school less daunting with our School Readiness sessions.

Kellyanne Cazeau

The Reading Village was founded by degree-qualified primary school teacher, Kellyanne Cazeau, who has over 17 years teaching experience, abroad and in Australia. During this time she has taught a diverse range of students, including those with English as an Additional Language (EAL) and students with learning disabilities.
Today she enjoys going on learning adventures with her son as well as creating meaningful learning experiences for students of The Reading Village. Her passion is to instill a love of learning in every student she teaches by offering creative ways to learn.
As a lifelong learner, she continues to add to her professional knowledge and skills by keeping up to date with evidence-based teaching methods and collaborating regularly with other professionals on the teaching of phonics and reading.