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.
A booklet of the texts that have been studied this year by pupils can be found below.
This is the booklet that will be available on the day of the exam and a fresh copy will be available to all pupils.
Pupils should look over these in preparation for the writing element of their exams and practice essay questions that can be found in the past paper section of the SQA website.
Booklet of texts for N5Higher
A reminder that the Gaidhlig SQA exams are this Monday coming (1st July) as follows.
Higher Leughadh agus Sgriobhadh 9-10.50
Higher Eisteachd 11.10-11.50
Advanced Higher Sgrudadh 9-10.30
Advanced Higher Litreachas agus Sgriobhadh 10.50-12.30
N5 Leughadh agus Litreachas 13.00-14.40
N5 Eisteachd 15.00-15.25
Remember to come in and get some help in preparation.
The school were represented at the North Lanarkshire Council 1+2 Awards on Tuesday as Bethany Spence performed a solo, singing “Fear a’ Bhata”.
Scottish Government are looking for input from parents regarding resources.
As part of the development of Read, Write, Count Scottish Government have created a short questionnaire to get parents’ views on the ways we can contribute to the resources available to GME parents.
If you would like to give your views then follow the link below.
We are delighted to announce that our pupils, who are part of the the school band Lan Chomais, will be performing at the following event.
This is a massive event with over 1000 tickets sold all ready.
The pupils will support the main acts and will play on the main stage. Half of Broadwood Stadium has been floored and the main stand opened up.
This is a family event with doors opening at 5pm on Saturday 2nd June and it would be great to see any of you there who are interested in the event.
More information can be found by following the link below.
Any pupils who wish to practice their listening can do so by visiting the following website:
The files below correlate with different interviews that can be found on the website. Pupils can answer questions and check their answers.
Briseadh na Cloiche
Catrìona NicIain – Briseadh na Cloiche
Seònaid NicDhòmhnaill – Briseadh na Cloiche
Tristan Ap Rheinallt – Briseadh na Cloiche
There is an opportunity for young people to apply to the BBC for their Gaelic Production Apprentice Scheme 2018.
There is a position currently available which might be of interest to some of our students.
Further information is to be found at the following link.
We are looking forward to supporting our young people as they prepare for all Local and National Mod competitions.
Mod competitions are as follows:
Mod Shruighlea – Sat 16th June (singing and poetry), Fri 1st June (evening) instrumental
Mod Chille Bhrighde an Ear – Fri 1st June (poetry), Sat 2nd June (singing)
Mod Ghlaschu – Saturday 9th June
National Mod – Dunoon- Mon 15th October, Tues 16th October, Wednesday 17th October
We will be able to support pupils preparing for singing competitions, poetry, story telling, conversation and with musical instruments.
If you wish your son/daughter to participate in any competitions then please register them and inform us of any piece that you would like us to support them with.
Enter your son/daughter by following the link below.
If you would like your son/daughter to receive this support then please complete the letter attached and returned to Mr Mackay. A paper copy of this letter will be sent home with every pupil.
Mod Letter 2018