Gaelic for the initiated

28th April 2000 at 01:00
Nursery and primary schools with young Gaelic speakers should enjoy BBC Scotland's new Gaelic website, which has special pages for children.

The pages on children's programmes cover radio and television, from Dtaman to D a-nis? Children can send in their own book, film or programme reviews and pictures. A gallery sectiondisplays children's drawings with first names, ages and where they live.

The e-postcards enable them to select pictures and greetings to email directly to their friends, and there are puzzles and other things to do.

Contributions from schools are welcome.

The website is on

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