Gaelic

GAELIC at St Bridget’s Early Years Class

Every Tuesday children at St Bridget’s, take part in a 30 minute Gaelic lesson with a Gaelic tutor. Gaelic learning has developed over the years and it is now embedded in our everyday practice for example during check in time, singing days of the week and the weather. Staff are learning to read Gaelic stories. 

The class had been invited by North Ayrshire Council and Mrs. Angela Noble, 1+2 Development Officer, to perform at an awards event in June 2017. 

We have featured in these publications for our work with languages. Click on the links below to find out more.

  • We are featured on page 14 for Gaelic .

www.scilt.org.uk/Portals/24/Library/newsletter/2017/SCILT%20Newsletter%20Winter%202017.pdf?ver=2017-12-11-134927-463

  • And on page 10 of this one

www.scilt.org.uk/Portals/24/Library/newsletter/2017/SCILT%20Newsletter%20Summer%202017%20FINAL.pdf

The website Gaelic for parents is a really useful place to visit and learn more about the beautiful language. It also has a wide range of resources available across many ages/stages. Click here to access it.

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