Stockland helps improve digital literacy

Stockland helps improve digital literacy

NRL Cowboys House have new computers to help the boys with school work and keeping in touch with home, thanks to a donation from Stockland Townsville.

The House provides supported accommodation for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from some of North Queensland's most remote and educationally disadvantaged communities, enabling them to access quality secondary education opportunities in Townsville.

Through the support provided to NRL Cowboys House, students are able to access a tailored accelerated learning package, enabling them to achieve their educational goals.

Saying thanks! NRL Cowboys House Education Manager Mary, with Stockland Townsville representative Yianna, and House Brother Palmer.
Saying thanks! NRL Cowboys House Education Manager Mary, with Stockland Townsville representative Yianna, and House Brother Palmer.
Improved digital literacy! House Brothers meet Stockland Townsville representative Yianna at NRL Cowboys House.
Improved digital literacy! House Brothers meet Stockland Townsville representative Yianna at NRL Cowboys House.