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Change Scotland with coffee and cake! #Gaelic sessions in the Scottish Parliament #gaidhlig

We will be holding a Gaelic week in the Scottish Parliament in the week commencing 26 November. We’ll be busy with activities to raise the profile of the language amongst the public and staff alike. The final of the School Debate – Deasbad nan Sgoiltean will be talking part in the Parliament on Wednesday 28 November. … Leugh an corr de Change Scotland with coffee and cake! #Gaelic sessions in the Scottish Parliament #gaidhlig Continue reading

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Edinburgh Gaelic Festival – Seachdain na #Gàidhlig 2018 #gaelic #SnaG2018 @SnaGaidhlig

It’s that time once again! Seachdain na Gàidhlig, Edinburgh’s Gaelic Festival, will be beginning very shortly!  The Scottish Parliament will be taking part once again. Edinburgh Gaelic Fair – Fèill na Gàidhlig – Saturday 03/11/18 The Scottish Parliament’s Gaelic team will have a stall at the Edinburgh Gaelic Fair which will be taking place at the … Leugh an corr de Edinburgh Gaelic Festival – Seachdain na #Gàidhlig 2018 #gaelic #SnaG2018 @SnaGaidhlig Continue reading

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Activities for Gaelic speakers and learners in the Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament will be holding a range of Gaelic events on Thursday 30th November. • A pop-up “Learn Gaelic in 5 minutes” stall in the Main Hall from 10am to 2pm. Come along and learn about the Scottish Parliament’s Gaelic service and learn a little Gaelic – or if you can already speak Gaelic, … Leugh an corr de Activities for Gaelic speakers and learners in the Scottish Parliament Continue reading

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Your Parliament, Your #Gaelic, Your Views, says Presiding Officer #gàidhlig

Gaelic speakers, Gaelic learners and non-Gaelic speakers are all being encouraged to give theirs views to the Scottish Parliament on the future shape of its Gaelic services. Whether you take the short, three minute online survey about using Holyrood’s Gaelic facilities, or whether you want to submit a formal submission on the Parliament’s next Gaelic … Leugh an corr de Your Parliament, Your #Gaelic, Your Views, says Presiding Officer #gàidhlig Continue reading

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Involved in #Gaelic education? Committee seeking views on teacher recruitment/retention #gàidhlig @SP_EduSkills

Are you learning Gaelic or do you have children involved in Gaelic education? If so, you might be interested in listening to this week’s Gaelic Word of the Week. This week’s word is luchd-teagaisg – teachers. Hayley from our Outreach Team is this week’s voice of Gaelic. This word was chosen as the Parliament’s Education … Leugh an corr de Involved in #Gaelic education? Committee seeking views on teacher recruitment/retention #gàidhlig @SP_EduSkills Continue reading

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Gaelic learners: get involved through social media #gàidhlig

As part of the Parliament’s Gaelic Week this week we relaunched our Gaelic blog with a new look. After 5 years it was in need of a bit of a refresh and we hope you will like it. We would be interested to hear your views – if you like you can leave these in the comments section below.   You may … Continue reading Gaelic learners: get involved through social media #gàidhlig Continue reading

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Gaelic Word of the Week returns! #gàidhlig #gaelic

Gaelic Word of the Week has now returned after its summer break. Gaelic word of the Week is a short weekly feature on Soundcloud aiming at people who would like to learn a little about Gaelic and a little of … Cum ort a leughadh Continue reading

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Calling all Gaelic learners – New #Gaelic election results map published #gàidhlig

Are you learning Gaelic or are you interested in the language? We’re planning to put some more posts on the blog for people who would like to learn some Gaelic or would like to learn more about the language. We … Cum ort a leughadh Continue reading

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Manninee ayns Pàrlamaid na h-Alba/Manannaich ann am Pàrlamaid na h-Alba #gàidhlig #gaelg #manx

Va Gaelg dy liooar ayns Pàrlamaid na h-Alba Jesarn.  (Bha Gàidhlig Mhanainn gu leòr ann am Pàrlamaid na h-Alba Disathairne). Bha a’ bhuidheann  Pobble (“poball”) ann an Dùn Èideann aig an deireadh sheachdain agus thadhail iad air a’ Phàrlamaid airson … Cum ort a leughadh Continue reading

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