Ready, Set, Read! Educational Videos

Project Overview

Security Bank Foundation, in cooperation with the Knowledge Channel Foundation and Ateneo De Manila University, present the “Ready, Set, Read!” educational video series!

These videos intended for elementary pupils were produced following the Department of Education’s Most Essential Learning Competencies (MELCs) Guide and focused on the following four critical skills in English Reading:

  • Inferring the meaning of unfamiliar words (Grade 5)
  • Making inferences and drawing conclusions based on texts (Grade 3)
  • Predicting possible ending of a story (Grade 1)
  • Interpreting simple graphs, tables and pictographs (Grade 3)

Teachers and parents can use these videos for free to enhance children’s reading skills at the safety and comfort of home. The videos can also serve as teaching materials in classrooms once face-to-face learning delivery resumes.

Catch the live airing of the videos on the following platforms:

Grade 5 Inferring the Meaning of Unfamiliar Words

Knowledge Channel on Cable TV

Note: Channel number differs per cable TV provider

  • Jan 19-28, 2021 every Tue, Thu, and Sat (11:20-11:40 am)

A2Z Free TV Channel

  • Jan 21 – Feb 18, 2021 every Thu (8:20-8:40 am)


Videos will be uploaded online every 3pm of the day of airing on Knowledge Channel via Cable TV.

Digital Education Webinars

Want to know how to use these videos as tools for learning delivery?

Attend our digital webinars on January 15, May 14 and June 11, 2021. Register at

*Deadline of registration for May 14 webinar is on May 11, 2021.

Attended our January 15 webinar? Kindly accomplish this post-webinar evaluation form to earn a digital certificate: Deadline for responses is up to January 22.


Tell us your thoughts about our videos and even share to us your photos while watching the videos.

Have you watched our first set of videos on inferring the meaning of unfamiliar words? Accomplish the post-video watching feedback form: We will randomly select respondents to win prizes from Security Bank Foundation!

For inquiries, you may contact [email protected].