Gaelic school news brief
PUPILS from P1 and 2 had great fun working together collaboratively to make mini puppet theatres out of cardboard boxes as part of their recycling topics.
They are looking forward to learning more about reusing and recycling during their school trip to Dunstaffnage Castle along with P3G next month.
Action song at music festival
THE SGOIL-ÀRAICH and Primary 1 and 2 excelled themselves in their action song performance when they participated in the Highlands and Islands Music and Dance Festival.
They are looking forward to performing it again at the Oban Mòd this weekend.
Ben Cruachan class trip
PRIMARY 4-7 enjoyed themselves on their class trip to Ben Cruachan. The class have been learning about non-renewable and sustainable energy sources and their use in Scotland today and in the future.
Debbie MacKay of BBC’s Bannan TV series
THE CLASS have been busy preparing a Gaelic play, with the help of TV star Debbie MacKay, centred on the Clearances. They are eager to perform it at the Oban Mòd on Saturday (June 2).
THE SGOIL-ÀRAICH and Gaelic classes participated in a logo competition to design a logo for the Gaelic Pupil Council.
The council shortlisted the entries to a winner from each class.
Pupils now have the opportunity to vote for their favourite and the results are eagerly awaited.