East Ayrshire's Gaelic unit

22nd September 2000 at 01:00
In an evaluation of East Ayrshire's Gaelic unit based in Onthank primary, staff warned that many such units across Scotland may be "reinventing the wheel". They called for more national resources.

Plans to inroduce a pre-school element at the Onthank unit, which has two teachers and 22 pupils, have been delayed because of a lack of response to advertisements for a qualified Gaelic-speaking nursery teacher.

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