Scottish Government is working closely with the National Parent Forum Scotland (NPFS) on further advice, aimed specifically at parents and carers, which will be published in the coming days.
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A free online service has more users learning Scottish Gaelic than the number of people who speak the language in its first week, according to the app’s developers, writes Kirsteen Bell.
Scotland’s first community-owned school building, at Strontian, will be formally opened next week by Deputy First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, John Swinney MSP.
The prospect of a new school building for the dilapidated Broadford Primary School on Skye has moved a step closer after Highland Council named it on the local authority’s funding wish list for the first time.
Immigration Minister ignores appeal from Deputy First Minister to let a Canadian teacher work at Bunessan’s new Gaelic unit.