NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE
An appeal for support has been issued by the Gaelic Medium support group Comann Nam-Pàrant – Inbhir Nis:
“Can you help us?
The Highland Council are considering appointing a non Gaelic speaking Head Teacher to a permanent post at Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis.
As parents we believe that a permanent fluent Gaelic Head Teacher is essential for our school because:
• It is essential for our children who are the future of Gaelic
• Gaelic medium education should embrace and include all aspects of Gaelic culture not just the language
•Total immersion creates fluent, capable and confident Gaelic speakers, nurtured in a totally Gaelic environment
• Gaelic deserves a high status in the school and to be respected by all
• It sets a precedent for other Gaelic medium schools not only in the Highlands but across Scotland
We ask you to please consider the points above, and to help us secure a Gaelic Speaking Head Teacher, thank you.
Please find out more and show your support by…
‘Liking’ our Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/CnPCeannard
Visiting our Website – www.cnp-inbhirnis.com
Email us – email@example.com.
Writing to: The Area Education Manager – South, Highland Council HQ,
Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, IV3 5NX”
Celtic League branches and individual members can contribute support using the links above.
J B Moffatt (Mr)
Director of Information
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