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 Hello in 800 languages
 World Cup Speak

World Cup speak - CLICK to brush up on your South African slang so you can say all you'll want to say in the local lingo1

World Cup speak - CLICK to brush up on your South African slang so you can say all you'll want to say in the local lingo1

 GCSEPodcasts

GCSEPodcasts offers hours of great revision materials.

GCSEPodcasts offers hours of great revision materials.

 Class Maths Help

CLICK for some class maths help!

CLICK for some class maths help!

 Language Courses

 Beginners Latin

 

This tutorial is a beginners’ guide to the Latin used in documents between 1086 and 1733, when Latin was the official languageof documents written in England.

  

  

Sign Language Successes

 B r i t i s h / I r i s h S i g n Language entered our curriculum last year, with a dedicated group studying in an after school group. This summer they achieved level 102, and learning will continue throughout the next term taking them to level 103. As an exc i t ing new development we are wo r k i n g  o n  t h e possibility of offering B/I Sign Language as a GCSE subject next year. We feel that this would be a very important addition to what we offer as a Specialist Language School. 

 

What BSL resources are available on the internet? 
There are a wide range of sites about British Sign Language on the World Wide Web, a selection of which are listed below.

 

Irish Sign Language (ISL) is the sign language of the Republic of Ireland, although it is also used in Northern Ireland. ISL is a visual-gestural language, with its own grammar and principles, which are completely different from the grammatical structure of English. We offer qualifications in Irish Sign Language from Level 1 to Level 4

 

What BSL resources are available on the internet?
There are a wide range of sites about British Sign Language on the World Wide Web, a selection of which are listed below.

 

BritishSignLanguage.com offers an introduction to BSL via over 400 photo animations of common words.

 

 Beginners Latin

 

This tutorial is a beginners’ guide to the Latin used in documents between 1086 and 1733, when Latin was the official languageof documents written in England.

  

  

Sign Language Successes

 B r i t i s h / I r i s h S i g n Language entered our curriculum last year, with a dedicated group studying in an after school group. This summer they achieved level 102, and learning will continue throughout the next term taking them to level 103. As an exc i t ing new development we are wo r k i n g  o n  t h e possibility of offering B/I Sign Language as a GCSE subject next year. We feel that this would be a very important addition to what we offer as a Specialist Language School. 

 

What BSL resources are available on the internet? 
There are a wide range of sites about British Sign Language on the World Wide Web, a selection of which are listed below.

 

Irish Sign Language (ISL) is the sign language of the Republic of Ireland, although it is also used in Northern Ireland. ISL is a visual-gestural language, with its own grammar and principles, which are completely different from the grammatical structure of English. We offer qualifications in Irish Sign Language from Level 1 to Level 4

 

What BSL resources are available on the internet?
There are a wide range of sites about British Sign Language on the World Wide Web, a selection of which are listed below.

 

BritishSignLanguage.com offers an introduction to BSL via over 400 photo animations of common words.

 

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 Irish, a wee bit at a time
 Gesture Speak

A different kind of sign language.  CLICK for a truly international guide.

A different kind of sign language.  CLICK for a truly international guide.

 OxfordUniversityPodcasts

Really challenge yourself with podcasts provided by staff at Oxford University.  Expect to stretch your mind and your imagination!  OxfordPodcasts

Really challenge yourself with podcasts provided by staff at Oxford University.  Expect to stretch your mind and your imagination!  OxfordPodcasts

 International Students

International Students - find English language practice HERE

International Students - find English language practice HERE

 VideoMathsHelp

CLICK to get to MathsAnywhere video help with maths.

CLICK to get to MathsAnywhere video help with maths.

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Telephone: 028 437 26107   Fax: 028 437 26109
E Mail: info@shimna.newcastle.ni.sch.uk

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Contact Details
Address: The Lawnfield, King Street, Newcastle, Co Down, BT33 0HD
Telephone: 028 437 26107   Fax: 028 437 26109
E Mail: info@shimna.newcastle.ni.sch.uk

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