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Gàidhlig

Welcome to the Gaelic programme page.

You will find details of all the live and recorded sessions and resources on this page. If you are looking for a specific programme you can navigate to it by clicking the programme name below:

Misneachd

Tron bhliadhna seo, tha luchd obrach e-Sgoil air a bhith a' libhrigeadh prògram sònraichte a-steach gu bun-sgoiltean air feadh Alba. 'S e Misneachd ainm a' phròiseact. Tha tidsearan anns na sgoiltean ag innse dhuinn co na sgoilearan a tha feumach air taic sònraichte ann am buidheannan. Tha an luchd obrach againn deònach coimhead air feumalachdan sam bith a tha tidsearan airson gun obrach sinn air leis na sgoilearan aca. Obraichidh luchd obrach e-Sgoil agus tidsearan nan sgoilearan dlùth gus dèanamh cinnteach gu bheil feumalachdan gach sgoilear soilleir agus an uairsin gheibhear prògram sònraichte do gach sgoilear. Tha na seiseanan uile air Teams agus mairidh gach seisean 30 mionaid.

Chan eil mòran àiteachan air fhàgail ach ma tha sibh a' smaointinn gum biodh seo gu feum airson neach anns a' chlas agaibh, cuiribh fios thugainn le post-dealain, eslhowitt1v@glow.sch.uk, agus cuiridh cuideigin fios thugaibh gus bruidhinn mu na tha ri fhaighinn.

e-Sgoil's Gaelic Medium Primary staff are currently delivering a specialist programme into Primary Schools across Scotland. The provision is called Misneachd (Confidence). To determine who is eligible to take part, teachers across Scotland identify pupils who they feel would benefit from a more intense period of small group interaction with a specialist teacher. Our staff are happy to help with any curricular areas. Teachers work closely with the child's class teacher to identify what specific need the child has. e-Sgoil staff then develop and deliver content suitable to target these needs. Sessions are 30 minutes long, delivered through Teams and are specific to the needs of the children in each group.

Availability for the remainder of session 2022 – 2023 is very limited but if you would like any of your pupils to take part, please register your interest by e-mailing eslhowitt1v@glow.sch.ukand someone will be in touch to discuss any options available.

Leugh ‘s cluich le Linda

Thig còmhla ri preasantair telebhisean chloinne Linda NicLeòid airson Leugh ‘s Cluich le Linda – seiseanan-leughaidh Gàidhlig loma-làn sgeulachdan, rannan is geamannan. Gheibh sibh barrachd fiosrachaidh an seo, aon uair ’s gu bheil e air a dhearbhadh.

Join children’s TV presenter Linda NicLeòid for Read and Play with Linda – a Gaelic reading session full of stories, rhymes and games. Watch this space for information about session 2022 – 2023 workshops when they become available.

Leugh is Cluich le Linda

N5/H Gaelic learners courses 2022/23: Cùrsaichean luchd-ionnsachaidh na Gàidhlig aig Ìre 5 Nàiseanta/Àrd Ìre 2022/23

REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED FOR SESSION 2022 – 2023. Register for the e-Sgoil mailing list. for e-Sgoil updates including information about the courses for session 2023 – 2024 which will be released in Spring 2023.

Are you a senior-phase student in a Scottish secondary school looking for something different?

Learn Gaelic, Scotland’s oldest National Language, on-line with other students from across Scotland via e-Sgoil’s National e-Learning Offer. Offered at both National 5 and Higher, and with courses designed by award-winning staff, Gaelic comes alive through regular, interactive, on-line lessons, and quality digital support materials.

Learning Gaelic opens doors to many things, including exciting career choices, further education, Scottish culture, history, geography, tourism and well-being. Now is your chance to become part of this rich and rewarding world

The National 5 and Higher courses are designed to help develop skills and knowledge rapidly, getting even those learners with no Gaelic at the start of the course to a level of confidence and fluency quickly. Self-study and independent learning are important elements of the course but there is a wealth of support and resources at your fingertips.

You will meet and make friends with other young people from across Scotland. This course may be most attractive to students with interests in languages, traditional music, outdoor activities, the media, citizenship, history, or indeed any subject matter.

From the Western Isles to the rest of Scotland. The National e-Learning Offer for Gaelic (Learners) is for you. Gabh an cothrom! Seize the opportunity!

N5/H Gaidhlig (fluent speakers) courses 2022/23: Cùrsaichean Gàidhlig (fileanta) aig Ìre Nàiseanta 5 /Àrd-ìre 2022/23 

THA CLÀRADH A-NIS DÙINTE AIRSON SEISEAN 2022 – 2023. Clàraich e-Sgoil mailing list airson naidheachdan bho e-Sgoil san fharsaingeachd agus fiosrachadh mu na cùrsaichean airson seisean 2023 – 2024 a thèid fhoillseachadh as t-Earrach 2023.

Are you a senior-phase student in a Scottish secondary school looking to study Gaidhlig? Did you come through Gaelic Medium Education in the Primary but then go to a school where you cannot do Gaidhlig at N5 or Higher level? Or are you unable to fit the school offering into your timetable due to clashes? Maybe you are a fluent Gaidhlig speaker but have never learned it formally in school?.

If any of these apply, then this on-line course may be exactly what you are looking for.

An robh thu ann am foghlam tro mheadhan na Gaidhlig sa bhun-sgoil ach a-nis ann an sgoil far nach faigh thu air Gaidhlig a dheanamh? Bheil thu ann an sgoil le Gaidhlig ach far nach faigh thu air a dheanamh air sgath nach eil rum gu leor air do chlar ama?

Neo ‘s docha gu bheil thu fileant ach thainig thu tro foghlam Beurla? Ma tha dad an sin fior dhuts, seo an dearbh chursa dhut!

Ma tha thu airson ionnsachadh air-loidhne le sgoilearan eil bho air feadh Alba, thigibh an sas le seo!

Travel, Tourism and the Environment IDL course (Secondary BGE fluent speakers)

VERY LIMITED AVAILABILTY FOR SELECT BLOCKS.

Please contact eslhowitt1v@glow.sch.uk to discuss opportunities.

In collaboration with Keep Scotland Beautiful, e-Sgoil will be offering an opportunity for GME pupils in S1/2 to take part in an interdisciplinary learning unit about Travel, Tourism and the Environment. It aims to add value to the Social Subjects curriculum and incorporate aspects of DYW and Enterprise in Education whilst keeping Gaelic and sustainability at its heart.

The unit will focus on the environmental, social and economic impact of tourism in Scotland. It also seeks to highlight to pupils the wide range of employment opportunities available in this field and the importance of Gaelic and sustainability as economic assets.

This unit has been designed as 4 separate blocks, 1 per term, and schools can do all 4 blocks across the year or opt into individual blocks.

Each block is centred around a driving question which gives the opportunity for deep thinking and deep learning. They take into account students’ previous knowledge and skills, provide opportunities to learn new knowledge and skills and apply that collective knowledge to new areas of learning and real-life issues.

Term 2 will be based around the Young Reporters for the Environment which is an international journalism competition giving pupils the chance to investigate environmental issues ad highlight their solutions. More info here.

Term 3 will be based around an enterprise topic which will give pupils the opportunity to learn about business and marketing whilst working on a variety of creative tasks.

Please note that all materials can be adapted to suit students’ geographical area. This unit should provide a progression pathway from BGE to a Nat 4 or 5 Travel and Tourism SQA qualification.

This unit has been designed to be delivered in one 40-45 minute session a week on a team teaching basis. Pupils will need access to a device in order to access resources and submit work.

Glè bheag de sheiseanan rim faighinn ann an cuid de theirmean. Leugh am fiosrachadh mionaideach ann am Beurla agus cuir fios gu eslhowitt1v@glow.sch.uk airson tuilleadh fiosrachaidh.

N5/H/AH Gaelic Learners Evening Courses (adults)

REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED FOR SESSION 2022 - 2023. Register for the e-Sgoil mailing list. for e-Sgoil updates including information about the courses for session 2023 – 2024, which will be released in Spring 2023.

Are you interested in learning Gaelic, Scotland’s oldest National Language, online with other adults from across Scotland? Offered at both National 5 and Higher, and with courses designed by award-winning staff, Gaelic comes alive through regular, interactive, online lessons, and quality digital support materials.

Learning Gaelic opens doors to many things, including Scottish culture, history, geography, tourism and well-being. Now is your chance to become part of this rich and rewarding world.

The National 5 and Higher courses are designed to help develop skills and knowledge rapidly, getting even those learners with no Gaelic at the start of the course to a level of confidence and fluency quickly. Self-study and independent learning are important elements of the course but there is a wealth of support and resources at your fingertips.

Dug’s Discovery Den


Discover With Dug – an interactive approach for our youngest learners

We know that the best online learning for young children encourages real-life play, movement, songs, stories, dance and interactions and experiences – especially outdoors. Dug’s Discovery Den has been developed in partnership with Education Scotland to offer children across the early level of early learning and childcare and primary school an interactive collection of clicks to inspire further learning and exploration beyond the screen.

Dug’s Discovery Den presents an outdoor interactive and continually evolving virtual learning space. The space reflects the young learner’s world and interests by revealing different activities and new learning discoveries as we move through the seasons of the year.

As we explore and further develop this approach we would love to hear your feedback. Below you will find pilot sites in Gaelic and in English, and a form for you to add your comments and suggestions.

Gaelic Version

Please share your feedback!

Caite a bheil Dug

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