4 FAB Guide | WINTER / SPRING 2017 Fàilte gu Bun-Sgoil Ghàidhlig Loch Abar Welcome to Lochaber Gaelic Primary School Have you ever considered the benefits of your child learning two languages? Pàrant is Pàiste Mother and Toddlers Group Meet every Wednesday at BSGLA Contact Margaret Mulholland on 01463 703690 Cròileagan Grianach 2 year old playgroup Open every morning from 9.30am until 11.30am. Contact Anna MacRae on 01397709724 Interested in finding out more about the Gaelic Medium Journey? Come for a tour of our lovely school. Speak to our staff members and ask current parents about their experiences. Our handbooks are available on our website. P1 Enrolment Week – w/c 30th January 2017 Nursery Enrolment Week – w/c 13th February 2017 Bidh fàilte bhlàth romhaibh uile/ A warm welcome awaits. Telephone – 01397709720 Email – email@example.com Website – www.bsgla.co.uk Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Lochaber Action on Disability • Lochaber District Lunch Club Freshly prepared two course home-made cuisine Every day: Monday - Friday Arrive for 12.30pm Served at 1.00pm £4.90 per head Come along and enjoy our open friendly manner at Caol Community Centre All ages welcome L.A.D.’s fully accessible transport available on request. Give us a call on 01397 701171 and ask for Laura or just turn up and give us a try! Lochaber Action on Disability • Lochaber District COMMUNITY CAFE You can find us opposite Caol Post Office, Glenloy Street, Caol Monday - Friday 9.30 - 3.00pm • Saturday 9.30 - 12.30pm Chef’s Special Homemade Soup, Toastie and a cup of tea / coffee £4.00 Afternoon Special Homemade scone and a cup of tea / Coffee £2.30 Hot or Cold Roll and Drink of your choice (1 filling) £2.90, (2 fillings) £3.20 Come and Visit our Aladdins Cave at our brick-a-brac Have you ever considered the benefits of your child learning two languages? Why Gaelic? Quite simply, two languages are better than one. *Research has shown that, on average, people with two languages possess better cognitive and language skills than those who have only one language. There are huge cultural and social advantages - with two languages, you gain the perspective of the two languages. You gain the breadth of understanding and the outlooks of two cultures. With two languages, it is usually easier for you to learn other languages. If you have been immersed in two languages from a young age, research demonstrates that you will be better at multi-tasking than those who have been exposed to only one language. There is also the advantage of improved job prospects. In Scotland there are a number of different Gaelic careers you can undertake or opportunities for you to use Gaelic in your work. From teaching to crofting, Gaelic is both a language of work and a language that can work for you. Bun-Sgoil Ghaidhlig Loch Aber runs a number of Gaelic classes for all ages and levels: Pàrant is Pàiste Mother and Toddlers Group Meet every Tuesday at BSGLA - contact Margaret Mulholland on 01463 703690 for more information. Cròileagan Grianach - 2 year old playgroup is open every morning from 9.30am until 11.30am. Contact Anna MacRae on 01397 709724 Interested in finding out more about the Gaelic Medium Journey? Come for a tour of our lovely school and speak to our staff members, pupils and parents about their experiences. Our handbooks are available on our website. Please note! P1 Enrolment Week is week commencing 30th January 2017 Nursery Enrolment Week is week commencing 13th February 2017 Bidh fàilte bhlàth romhaibh uile. A warm welcome awaits. Telephone – 01397709720 Email – firstname.lastname@example.org. uk Website – www. bsgla.co.uk Follow us on Facebook and Twitter *Research information taken from Bòrd na Gàidhlig – www. gaidhlig.org.uk Adult Gaelic Classes We run a number of Gaelic Classes for all levels. Please contact Maggie Mulholland for more information on 01463 703690.
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