Council Parks and Sporting Fields Closure NoticePlease note that due to current weather conditions, all Council parks and sporting fields where sporting activities are conducted across Blacktown City will remain closed for all sports until 4pm Friday 21 February An update as to whether the parks and fields will be reopened will be made by Council on Friday 21 February by 12:00 Noon.
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The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) provides a free suite of video courses and resources to help learn English and navigate life in Australia.
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It helps learners develop their confidence in 33 key grammar areas from the simple present at Elementary level to phrasal verbs at Advanced. The program is ideal either as a self-access resource, or integrated into a course of study and used in class or for homework.
Clear Pronunciation 1 (Sounds) helps learners recognise and pronounce 43 English phonemes. The program includes over 1,000 audio clips and 50 videos providing input for the sounds and models for learners to copy. The Recorder enables users to record their voice and assess their pronunciation against a native speaker.
Blacktown City Libraries members can access thousands of the world’s most popular digital newspapers and magazines for free.
Simply connect to the public Wi-Fi at any Blacktown City Libraries location and visit pressreader.com or launch the PressReader app on your mobile device, open an account selecting Blacktown as your library and using your library card details and then you can access these resources anywhere anytime.
Borrowers can access titles of popular Chinese books, both fiction and non-fiction and Children’s Urdu books. This will be an expanding collection as more resources come available.
62 Flushcombe Road
Blacktown NSW 2148
Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 5.30 pm
PO Box 63, Blacktown NSW 2148
Phone: (02) 9839 6000
Fax: (02) 9831 1961
ABN: 18 153 831 768
After Hours Emergency: 1300 133 491