Stiùireadh air Foghlam Gàidhlig 02.2015
Measgachadh Naidheachdan bho Foghlam Alba
Tachartas air Glow: Developing the Vision for Gaelic Medium Education
Naidheachdan bho Foghlam Alba
Latest e-bulletin for Gaelic Education:
E-bulletin for Gaelic Education January 2015
Duais Foghlam Gàidhlig
“Tha Duaisean Foghlam Gàidhlig a’ toirt aithne do sgoiltean is ionadan a tha air cultar agus àrainn bheothail agus adhartach de shìor ùr-ghnàthachadh a leasachadh.
Bu chòir don chultar agus don fheallsanachd a bhith ag adhartachadh spèis, miann-adhartais agus coileanadh ’s aig an aon àm a bhith a’ leasachadh bhuilean don h-uile neach-ionnsachaidh ann an dòighean a bhios a’ cur às do neo-cheartas.”
Naidheachdan bho Foghlam Alba 02/2015
Scotland, People and Language Forum event
20 February 2015, Glasgow.
Education Scotland, together with Gathered Together and Bilingualism Matters, will hold a free, half-day workshop for practitioners from all sectors who deal with language diversity in their work. For more information and to register, visit the website
Supporting Outdoor Learning in Early Years and Primary Schools
7 March 2015, Robert Douglas Memorial School, Scone
This is a free event, open to early years and primary staff in Scotland. It is particularly aimed at those who are starting out on their outdoor learning journey and wish to develop their confidence in taking the curriculum outdoors. For more information and to register, visit the website.
Ask Scotland is an online information service provided by Scotland’s libraries that lets you get real answers from real people, without leaving your computer. Have a go yourself here: http://askscotland.org.uk
Your question will be sent to a librarian who will use their rich library collections to research your query and send back a personal response. We aim to provide you with reliable information that you can trust, whether for study, research or just plain curiosity.
Ask Scotland is coordinated by the Scottish Library and Information Council (SLIC), the advisory body to the Scottish Government on libraries, and is staffed by librarians and library assistants in Scotland’s libraries. It is a non-profit service, jointly funded by the Scottish Government through the Public Library Quality Improvement Matrix and the participating libraries.
Also, a wee reminder of Education Scotland’s excellent Studying Scotland site full of resources to support deep and rich learning about Scotland’s history, culture and landscape.
And if it is Scottish History you are interested in then delve in to the past through Education Scotland’s Scotland’s Historywebsite.