Children learn sign language to support classmate

6/27/2022 9:36:00 PM

Pupils at Omagh Integrated Primary School inspire emergency services to learn new skill.

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Pupils at Omagh Integrated Primary School inspire emergency services to learn new skill.

Primary 2 pupils at Omagh Integrated Primary School have learned sign language this year.They were keen to learn the new skill to support their classmate Callum.They have also inspired their local neighbourhood police and other emergency services to learn the new skill.

Callum's mum Kirsty Bradley said the children's efforts helped make her son one of the gang."He just sees it as something for the whole class to do and his friends and his peers and classmates just see him as Callum and he has a hearing aid but it's not the whole picture or his defined characteristic," she said.

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Use the word of hearingimpairment is offensive. Please use the deaf, which is widely acceptable for everyone now. As a child a babysitter taught me some basic sign language .I believe it should be taught from nursery school, I mean signs not the alphabet lol, kids minds are like sponges. By year 7 I believe many would keep it on. Assembly? 30 mins x2 a week?

This is far more beneficial to any child than Irish language or Ulster Scots Well done Callum 😁 and well done to Miss Eccles on bringing sign language to the classroom and beyond👏👏👏 Brilliant! 👍👏😄 NeillFinbar Well done everyone. 👏👏👏 I’ve no idea why this isn’t tought in more schools, even on a basic level it would be fantastic for young children to have

Wouldn’t it be lovely to see this in every school Brilliant 👏👏 Fantastic!!! 👌

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