Gaelic education in South Lanarkshire
Gaelic is taught in some of our nurseries, primary and secondary schools.
Mount Cameron Primary School in East Kilbride has a Gaelic Unit which teaches children from nursery through to Primary 7.
For the nursery years and the first three years of primary school, the children have total immersion in Gaelic.
From there the curriculum is delivered bi-lingually in both English and Gaelic. The policy of the unit is based on the Curriculum for Excellence guidelines for Gaelic.
Calderglen High School in East Kilbride teaches Gaelic language as part of the curriculum.
For more information contact the schools direct.
You can watch films on our Youtube channel of the Gaelic Day or the Mount Cameron choir.