Wednesday, Oct 22nd, 2014

Several rooms at St. Andrew Junior School are now in Gaelic as well as English.

New signage at St. Andrew Junior School and St. Andrew Consolidated School reflects the growing interest for youth, and adults, in learning Gaelic. Gaelic language teacher Brian MacDonald said the signs add “credibility” to the learning element which is increasing in both locations. “When the children can see the language on the signs around the buildings, when they’re studying it, learning it, even though they may find it difficult to [...]

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