As the curtain comes down on another successful Royal National Mod, which celebrated Gaelic and its associated art forms, language practitioners are stressing how much more easily a second language can be learned when it is taught through music. Native Gaelic speakers and learners alike came together in Lochaber for competitions in many areas of […]
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YouTube film of Glasgow schoolchildren nears 2.2million views A group of primary school children from the east end of Glasgow have become internet sensations after their Gaelic musical version of ‘Going on a Bear Hunt’ went viral on YouTube. Views of the film, which features youngsters from Caledonia Primary enacting the story in their […]
Brilliant show from children in EastAyrshire who learned Gaelic in school with Stòrlann Go!Gaelic resources.
Brilliant dramatic showcase from children in East Ayrshire who learned Gaelic in school with Stòrlann’s Go! Gaelic resources. The youngsters from New Farm Primary School in Kilmarnock put on a play about the Titanic and sang a lullaby entirely in Gaelic during it. They were accompanied by singer and clarsach player Maggie MacInnes, who let […]
Comhairle praised for commitment to Gaelic in English Medium Education Seven primary teachers from the Outer Hebrides are about to complete a pilot training course that will enable them to train colleagues in how to teach Gaelic to children in their class. The programme has been specially constructed by training experts working for Gaelic educational […]
A primary school in North Lanarkshire which teaches Gaelic as its third language is in the running for a top Gaelic education award, alongside schools with Gaelic Medium Education units. Gartcosh Primary School is up for the Gaelic Award in next month’s Scottish Education Awards, alongside Ardnamurchan High School in Lochaber and Sgoil an Taobh […]