Gaelic educational resources organisation, Stòrlann Nàiseanta na Gàidhlig, is playing
a large part in a national conference today aimed at increasing the amount of Gaelic
being taught in primary schools across Scotland.
The Gaelic Learners Practitioners Conference, taking place in Stirling, is aimed
at teachers wishing to deliver Gaelic in English medium education, or ‘mainstream.’
Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, is making the keynote address.
Over 80 delegates, including around 50 teachers and teacher training co-ordinators
from across Scotland are attending.