Project ID - TIS001320
NEWCOMER SUPPORT: Cześć! Hello! We would love you to help us build the self-esteem and confidence of our newcomer pupils in the developing their spoken and written English as well as increasing their reading skills.

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Project offered at

St Malachy's Primary School
BT52 1HJ


Siobhan Burns

Student Skills

English Education Modern languages TEFL

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To increase their confidence in English. To be more confident when communicating with others.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To engage with pupils. To enjoy the experience. To increase awareness of strategies for developing English as an additional language.

Extra Information

Start and end dates have been left very open to facilitate the student timetable. We are extremely appreciative of any support we can receive within these dates.

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