Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu a buannachadh Deasbad BT Alba 2013!/Glasgow Gaelic School victorious in final of Deasbad BT Alba 2013!
An-dèidh a’ Phaipear Geal a bhith air fhoillseachadh aig Pàrlamaid na h-Alba an-dè bha an àite air bhoil a-nochd a-rithist agus a’ chuairt dheireannach de Dheasbad BT Alba 2013 a’ gabhail àite ann ...
Ghabh a’ chiad Deasbad àite ann an Sgoil Lionacleit ann an 1999.
Tha BT Alba air a bhith a’ cumail taic ris an Deasbad on uairsin agus 's e
farpais a tha ann do sgoilearan eadar AS4-AS6 a tha fileanta sa Ghàidhlig.
'S e cothrom mìorbhaileach a tha ann do sgoilearan leasachadh a thoirt air a’
Ghàidhlig aca. Tha mòran den fheadhainn a ghabh pàirt ann an Deasbad
BT Alba thar nam bliadhnaichean air a bhith soirbheachail ann an saoghal na
Gàidhlig. Chan e a-mhàin gu bheil e a leasachadh sgilean deasbaid, sgilean
taisbeanaidh, leughadh agus sgrìobhadh ach 's e cothrom air leth a tha ann
coinneachadh ri an co-aoisean bho air feadh Alba ann an suidheachadh Gàidhlig.
Tha an Deasbad air a dhol bho neart gu neart gach bliadhna agus tha sinn làn
chinnteach gum bi 2013 a cheart cho soirbheachail!
BT Scotland has been proud to sponsor the BT Scotland National Gaelic Schools Debate for the past eight years,
helping to develop young Gaels’ speaking and listening skills and grow their confidence.
The ability to communicate effectively is the number one life skill and that's why BT launched its £10m Better
World Campaign, a three year initiative designed to ensure all young people in the UK get the skills and opportunities to improve the way they communicate.
The campaign aims to give young people a voice, by offering a variety of resources for young people, teachers
and parents to use. We provide campaigning tools, access to influential adults, and public platforms that empower
young people to have their voices heard, create real social change and make this world better.
The core communication skills of speaking and listening are even more essential in the digital age, regardless
of the language you are using. That’s because communications technologies are playing an ever increasing part in the
way in which we work, learn and play, reinforcing the need for a renewed emphasis on developing these key life skills in young people.
BT is committed to contributing positively to society and to a sustainable future and believes the ability to communicate
well lies at the heart of being a successful pupil, employee, parent, carer and friend. It’s also at the heart of being a successful
Gaelic debater so I’d like to wish everyone associated with the debate continued success. Meanwhile, find out more
about our Better World campaign here - www.bt.com/betterworld
Brendan Dick, national manager, BT Scotland