Gaelic adds a secret success

22nd November 2002 at 00:00
Holly Marshall and Ruairidh MacLeod of the Glasgow Gaelic School have been part of a well kept secret for 17 years, says the senior chief inspector. Graham Donaldson praised the "quiet revolution" in Gaelic-medium education.

The school was visited last week by Culture Minister Mike Watson, who promised to fund its expansion.


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