Go!Gaelic

Gaelic

Language

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About Go!Gaelic

GLL (formerly GLPS) is a distinct programme providing training, support and resources to equip teachers with the necessary Gaelic language skills and teaching methodology to deliver Gaelic as L2 or L3 from Early to Second Level in the primary school.

The GLPS project was initiated in July 1998. Northern College, HMI, Highland Council and Argyll & Bute Council had keys roles in the development stages.

Following this, GLPS was adopted by a consortium of authorities who took it forward and have been providing 18 days of language training for teachers annually for many years.

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