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Autumn Newsletter

Dear Parents, Grandparents and Guardians,

The October holiday week is here already!  School closes on Friday 9th October at 12.25pm for Primary 1-7 pupils at 12.25pm.  687 more words

Primary 6

Don't be insecure...own that ponytail!

When I was in my teens, I was introduced to a video from SNL. It featured an overbearing male hitting on an unsuspecting and partially freaked out female. 784 more words


A Great ASL Tip for an English Phrase

Ira Rothenberg presents a great explanation for the English phrase, “Sailing on a Ship that is Long Overdue.”

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Sign Language for Children with Autism

Above are some basic signs that can be used to help communicate with your child.


Here is an article on how sign language can benefit children with autism: … 1,366 more words


Backstage on Broadway: ‘Spring Awakening’ Revival Opens New Doors for Deaf Actors

Spring Awakening officially opens September 27, 2015 at the Brooks Atkinsons Theatre in New York City. Academy Award winning actress Marlee Matlin and a cast of deaf and hearing actors will perform in the show, which tells the story of how teens navigate their emerging sexuality. 65 more words

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Ethics for Educational ASL Interpreters Workshop Scheduled in Annandale, Virginia, on October 24, 2015

This workshop – “Building Relationships and Understanding Ethics in Educational Interpreting” – deals with ethics in interpreting that focuses specifically one educational interpreting. Interpreters will learn how to transition smoothly into a classroom making teachers feel less anxiety about having an adult in their classroom. 124 more words

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