There are many resources availble to support parents who have children in Gaelic Medium Education. Listed here and other Gaelic bodies who support schools, teachers and parents. Please look on the page 'Support Materials' on our website for our own resources. If anyone requires further information or has a specific question please do not hesitate to contact us.
Neadan is our sister website will be available soon. It is a one-stop-shop for families with children in the early-years and for families looking to make Gaelic a bigger part of their home and family life. On the website there will be advice and techniques about embedding Gaelic into the home, learning methods and information about classes available and further information about Gaelic early year groups.
Storlann are one of the main creators of Gaelic Medium Resources for schools. They have several website, one being Gaelic4Parents, which provides a live online homework help Monday-Thursday.
Bòrd na Gàidhlig is main body with responsibilty for promoting Gaelic development, including providing advice to Scottish Ministers on Gaelic issues. The Comann nam Pàrant team working closely with the Education Team at Bòrd na Gàidhlig. On their website you will get further information about Gaelic Education, Language Plans and potential funding streams.
A new comprehensive way to learn Gaelic launched in 2021. This is a partnership between Bòrd na Gàidhlig, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, BBC Alba and MG Alba. You will learn Gaelic on BBC ALBA & iPlayer, BBC Sounds, in class, online and on demand! A great way for new parents to learn the language to support their child at home.
There are a variety of videos available on the CBeebies websites for youngsters learning Gaelic. Videos on colours, numbers and easy-to-do crafts.
Lots of resources available for all school age children. Short videos in Gaelic for a range of topics such as Maths, Literacy, Science and Social Subjects. There is a lot of material available secondary level for National 4, National 5, higher and Advanced Higher and also for Gaelic (Learners)