We are delighted to announce that we were successful in winning the Gaelic Education Award at the Scottish Education Awards last week.
Representatives from the school were present at the all-day event on Wednesday 6th July when the announcement was made at the awards ceremony.
The day was enjoyed by all and we would like to thank everybody who contributes to the department for all their hard work over the years.
More information can be found by following the link below.
Our own band, Lan Chomais, performed at the Broadwood Live by the Loch event on Saturday 2nd July.
They performed alongside Dougie Maclean, Manran and the Red Hot Chilli Pipers in front of a crown of 2000 spectators.
Well done indeed to everybody involved in the organisation of the event and for the support given to the pupils.
Meal do naidheachd Eve! Bhuannaich tè de na sgoilearan againne bonn-òir aig Mòd Chille Bhrìghde an Ear. Leugh e pìos bàrdachd, Còmhdhail, a chaidh a dhèanamh leis a’ bhàrd Sgitheanach Aonghas Dubh MacNeacail. ‘S fìor mhath a rinn i agus tha sinn uile cho moiteil aiste.
Congratulations Eve! One of our pupils has won a gold medal at the East Kilbride Mòd. She recited a Gaelic poem, Còmhdhail, written by the Skye poet Aonghas Dubh MacNeacail. Well done and we’re all so proud of her.
The 2018 Gaelic Drama Summer School will take place in Portree between Monday 2nd and Saturday 14th of July. Gaelic speaking teenagers aged between 13 and 18 at the time of the School are welcome to apply.
Pupils from the school have been participating in this event for three years now and have thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
For more information and to apply please follow the link below.
If you have any questions feel free to contact Mr Mackay at the school.