Gaelic

Gaelic Language Plan 2012 to 2016

The Gaelic Language Plan sets out our aims and ambitions for Gaelic and details how these will be achieved.

Gaelic Language Plan 2012 to 2016

This renewed and refreshed plan does not replace our Gaelic Language Plan 2007 to 2011 and  Gaelic Language Plan 2007-2011 Implementation Report  but builds on our on-going successes and achievements in the increase of Gaelic. 


There are 5 themes in the plan, all of which contribute to increasing the number of Gaelic speakers:

  • Gaelic in the home and community
  • Gaelic in education
  • Gaelic in the arts media and heritage
  • Gaelic in the workplace
  • Gaelic in economic development

We commit ourselves to reviewing our progress and to preparing annual reports on the implementation of the plan. 

Finally, we will always try to improve on our performance and delivery and, in the uncertain economic times ahead, we will do all we can to provide Gaelic with a strong, prosperous and sustainable future. 

Is there anything wrong with this page?