Project ID - TIS001185
Irish Language and Literary support - Aims: To help pupils improve their confidence in the spoken language as well as in reading through small group reading activities. Also assisting those pupils who are struggling with reading in Key Stage 1 through one to one reading/phonic sessions with a university student.


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Project offered at

Bunscoil Phobal Feirste
BELFAST
BT11 9QS

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Róisín Ní Ghadhra

Student Skills

Irish Language

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Confidence and progression in reading and writing in Irish

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Preparation and work experience towards PGCE, confidence in taking group and one to one activities. Being a part of Irish language community.

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