The Next Step
You should speak to Bòrd na Gàidhlig itself about this area of education, or your local authority as they know which pre-school groups there are throughout Scotland and they will advise on every form of Gaelic pre-school education. It is also worthwhile speaking to Comann nam Pàrant who have information on pre-school education.
Primary and Secondary Education
You should speak to your local authority about the Gaelic units and primary schools in your area. You can receive information and advice about Gaelic education from Comann nam Pàrant and Comunn na Gàidhlig. The HMIe reports give a picture of the quality of teaching in each school and local authority area.
Further and Higher Education
You should speak to the colleges and universities that are highlighted under the section Further and Higher Education, you can also speak to other organisations such as Student Awards Agency for Scotland and UCAS.
If you are interested in teaching, you should speak to some of the institutions involved in delivering that training, there is also an information leaflet Thig a Theagasg which is very useful. Visit Teaching for more information.
Adult and Lifelong Learning
If you are interested in learning Gaelic as an adult, the best thing to do is to speak to Clì Gàidhlig, or visit LearnGaelic or Ùlpan. For more information on learning Gaelic as an adult, see Adult and Lifelong Learning.