Gaelic language plan

We have a statutory duty to produce a Gaelic language plan every five years. 

Download the first Gaelic Language Plan (PDFs)

Gaelic Language Plan 2018 to 22

The Council's Gaelic Language Plan for 2018-22 was approved on 15 May 2018. 

This is the second Gaelic language plan we have produced. It builds on the success of the first plan which saw

  • the expansion of Gaelic Medium Education (GME)
  • a new GME primary school, Taobh na Pàirce
  • improved community relations with our Gaelic communities.

The new plan has seven themes and commitments relating to 

  • cultural
  • economy
  • education
  • workplace
  • community
  • arts and heritage
  • home and early years.

You can view the new plan and accompanying committee report. The final monitoring report of the 2012-2017 Plan is also available to view.

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