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The semi-finals of the National Secondary Schools’ Gaelic Debate will take place next Tuesday, 28 November at the BBC’s Pacific Quay building in Glasgow.


The first semi-final will see the Glasgow Gaelic School battle against Lochaber High School, when their topic of debate will be “Too much recognition is given to sport in this country.”


In the second debate of the evening the Nicolson Institute A will be against Gairloch High School when their topic of debate will be “We have to assume that detailed information about us keeps us safe and healthy in today’s world.”


The two winning teams will meet in the Final, at The Scottish Parliament the following evening, 29 November where they will debate “Glasgow should be named as Scotland’s capital city instead of Edinburgh.”


Both events are open to the public, but, because of security at Tte Scottish Parliament, anybody intending to attend the final must notify beforehand.


Final rounds of schools’ Gaelic debate

21 November 2017