How a Gaelic Education brings benefits
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How a Gaelic education brings bilingual benefits Being educated in Gaelic – even if you don’t speak it outside school – delivers the benefits of bilingualism, study shows Intersting artilcle in the TES on the benefits of an education through Scottish Gaelic. The full article is available here but w…

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Giense yn 'ouyr
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We worked very hard on Thursday to make a success of our first Brastyl Sniaul family event . We worked out that we would have to make an incredible 16 litres of soup to feed all of the people coming to the Ceilidh, so on Thursday morning we rolled up our sleeves and started chopping. We had to deal…

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Naight Brastyl Sniaul
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In Brastyl Sniaul we have been listening to some interesting talks over the last two weeks. There were many different subjects, from computer games to livestock. The children listened respectfully and made notes on each subject. It was very interesting discussing what 'stuck' with the children and…

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Earisheryn aeg!
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This term Brastyl Sniaul and Brastyl Barrule have been working on their journalism skills. One group has been creating and editing sound recordings for Radio Vunscoill, another group has been devising and filming audio visual content. Another group have created a school newspaper,'Y Rollage' which…

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Ceilidh
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Tickets all sold for Ceilidh! Now we just need your vegetable donations for the giant soup!

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Sheanse 'sy gharey
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Va Brastyl Sniaul jannoo prowaltys 'sy gharey jea. We have been trying to find out more about our soil. Last week we collected samples from different parts of the garden and examined the components. This week we have been testing how quickly the different samples allowed water to drain through. We…

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Ceilidh 22/10/20 4-5pm
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Possan Daunse are organising a Ceilidh before half term to help us raise money for a new wheel barrow for the garden. We are collecting vegetables to make a giant vegetable soup to help feed the hungry dancers. The Ceilidh is open to adults and children. If your family needs more than two tickets t…

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Junior Fell Race
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Jeant dy mie! Our doughty runners had a successful outing at the Junior Fell Running competition at Knockaloe. They reported that all Bunscoill Ghaelgagh runners came in the top ten for their age-group-wow!

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