Tha Foghlam Alba ag amas air a bhith a’ toirt na Gàidhlig air adhart mar làn phàirt de fhoghlam na h-Alba. Tro Stòras na Gàidhlig ghèibh luchd-gnìomh fiosrachadh agus taic.
This website gives information on Gaelic Education. Gaelic Education comprises of Gaelic Medium Education (GME), Gaelic Learner Education (GLE) and Learning about Gaelic Language and Culture as part of Scotland’s identity (LAGLC).
Fiosrachadh ùr/New information
Professional Focus Papers - These papers are for teachers and other staff who provide learning, teaching and support as learners work towards National Qualifications at N1 to N5.
Gaelic Learner Education (GLE)
Gaelic (Learners) is an opportunity to learn Gaelic as part of the curriculum. In English Medium schools, this may be as L2 or L3.
Tha Foghlam Alba air Phlana Gàidhlig aca fhoillseachadh, ’s e air a dhealbh gus taic a chur ri adhartachadh a’ chànain ann am foghlam air feadh Alba.
Tha measgachadh de stuthan-taic ri fhaotainn gu h-ìosal. Gheibh sibh stuthan airson cuideachadh le teagasg, stuthan airson sgoilearan agus ceanglaichean a tha sinn a' smaointinn a bhios feumail.
An seo gheibh sibh tòrr rudan a tha feumail mar cheanglaichean gu An Dearbhair, OpenOffice 3.01 agus briathrachas feumail. New: Microsoft Spellchecker for Gaelic
Literacy, Gàidhlig and Gaelic Medium Education
Gaelic Medium Education (GME) is based on immersion and results in fluency and the benefits of bilingualism.
This resource describes the role of Gaelic Education 3-18 in 'Language Learning in Scotland: A 1+2 Approach'. (Gaelic version)
This report is based on evidence from inspections in Gaelic education that have taken place over the period 2006 to 2011 and from interviews with key players involved in the development of Gaelic education.
This work-in-progress resource outlines significant aspects of learning and describes what breadth, challenge and application look like to support practitioners in assessing learners’ progress in Gaelic (Learners).
This resource is a work in progress which outlines significant aspects of learning and describes what breadth, challenge and application look like to support practitioners in assessing learners’ progress in literacy and Gàidhlig.