Our commitment is to give equal respect for Gaelic and English on the basis that Gaelic is an essential part of Highland life. While we do not have a fully bilingual website, we will be increasing the Gaelic language content over time.
We recognise the educational, artistic, cultural, social and economic importance of Gaelic in underpinning our place in the modern world.
We are one of the leading authorities in Scotland in the provision of Gaelic medium education.
Watch a video featuring one of our pupils who is now a teacher in Highland.
We have been a been a partner organisation in Ainmean-Àite na h-Alba since its creation and we regularly work with them on bilingual street, building and path signs.
- Telecommunications development
- Gaelic policies
- Communication Strategy
- Equality Impact Assessments - Public Conveniences
- Public Consultation – proposed designs to link the communities of Lochloy in Nairn and the A96 retail park via the Balmakeith Industrial Estate
- Black Isle Show Exemption 2022
- Strategic Tourism Infrastructure Development Plan
- Free Period Products: Highland
- Plana Gàidhlig 2023-28 | Gaelic Language Plan 2023-28
- Geàrr-chunntas | Summary - draft Gaelic Language Plan 2023-2028