Please click on the link below to find out about a workshop being held on a consultation of the provisions of the Education (Scotland) Bill. Parent Workshop
Collins online French / English https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english-french (and use the built-in browser tools to zoom etc if required). If you have access to Google Chrome browser the ‘SpeakIt’ extension will read aloud highlighted words and sentences – there are European French male and female voices for free. Franklin Bilingual French / English Electronic Dictionary: http://amzn.eu/axB7FHh (screen… Read more Online Dictionaries
Your local Children and Families Support Officer. Debbie Taylor Your CFSO can help by supporting families, children and young people to understand deafness and consider what it means for them. We can identify the key areas of support for a deaf child and their family to ensure they reach their potential.We provide family… Read more NDCS Children and Families Support Officer
Scottish Disability Sport is working in partnership to provide a National event exclusively for children, young people and adults with visual impairments from across Scotland. Sports on offer throughout the day are: athletics, cycling, football, goalball, judo and swimming. Date: Saturday 11th November, 2017 Venue: Scotstoun Leisure Centre, 122 Danes Drive, Glasgow, G14 9HD… Read more Visual Impairment Sport Engagement Day
The School took part in the Parasports Festival which took part in the Aberdeen Sports Centre. The children enjoyed taking part in a variety of Olympic sports.
Technology can support learning in many different ways. However, do you know what your child is seeing and who they are talking to online? Come and find out how you can help your child stay safe with a presentation from Constable Seb Cook, the School Liaison Officer with the North East Division of Police Scotland.… Read more Parents Evening – Online Safety
North East Sensory Service Timetable for Spring 2017
The children had great fun at a dance workshop where they learned all about “locking” which is a form of hip hop dance. By the end of the morning they put all the moves together to make up a dance. Even the staff joined in. The children were definitely better at co-ordinating their hands and… Read more “Locking” P4-P6 Peer Support
Do you work with or know a deaf child or young person who wants to be part of something special at our youth events? They can join us to make friends, have fun, be active and improve confidence and skills. All youth activities will have youth leaders who will welcome and make sure you have… Read more The National Deaf Children’s Society – Youth Events
Pupils at Aberdeen School for the Deaf had a very enjoyable Together time last week all about Pancake Day. They had pancake flipping races, designing ideal pancakes and last but not least the children had a chance to choose toppings for the pancake that they were away to eat.