Inspection of early learning childcare and school age childcare services in Scotland

Bòrd na Gàidhlig has submitted a response to the consultation by The Scottish Government on: Inspection of early learning and childcare and school age childcare services in Scotland. The response included the following points: We are very concerned that the proposed vision does not recognise a fundamental aspect of Scottish Education – that the delivery […]


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Workshops: Working in Successful Partnerships

Bòrd na Gàidhlig will be running workshops throughout Scotland to support groups and officers working on Gaelic development projects and upcoming events.   Workshop themes: • A chance to meet other officers/groups working in your area • Best practice for partnership work • Funding and seeking value for public money • Sustainability going forward   […]


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Land Reform in a Net Zero Nation

The use and ownership of Scotland’s land is one of the main questions for our environment, society and economy in the future. The next Land Reform Bill will make significant changes to the legal and policy framework governing the system of ownership, management and use of land in Scotland. Bòrd na Gàidhlig has submitted a […]


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