Tools & Resources



  • An Litir Bheag

    “... you can read and listen here to Roddy Maclean's An Litir Bheag ("the little letter"), which is aimed at people who are at an [early] stage in their learning...”

  • An Seotal

    “'An Seotal’ is an on-line terminology database, particularly aimed at Gaelic-medium subject teaching in the secondary school, but with provision for and accessible to all other users.”

  • Bòrd na Gàidhlig

    Bòrd na Gàidhlig works to promote Gaelic, and strives in partnership with the Scottish Government, the people of Scotland and the Gaelic organisations to improve the status of the language throughout Scotland. 

  • Colaisde a’ Chaisteil

    Lews Castle College has over 2,700 students, more than 60 full-time and 80 part-time courses, in excess of 30 HNCs, HNDs, degrees and postgraduate programmes, and at least 200 evening classes offered throughout the Hebrides. Impressive statistics, which sum us up in a nutshell - we take your education seriously. We are a partner college in the University of the Highlands and Islands. 

  • Ionad Chaluim Chille Ìle

    Ionad Chaluim Chille Ìle (the Columba Centre Islay) is an open door for you to engage with Gaelic language and culture through a progressive year-round range of classes, courses and activities.


    "Welcome to LearnGaelic, a one-stop shop for anyone and everyone interested in learning Scottish Gaelic. Whatever stage you are at, and whatever age you are, all the help you need is just a click away.”

  • Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

    Founded in 1973, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig has become internationally recognised as a National Centre for the Gaelic language and culture. Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is a partner college in the University of the Highlands and Islands.

  • Scotland's Gaelic Toolkit

    “An online Gaelic learning resource that is practical, bright, interactive and fun. The resource is available 24/7; it’s friendly and accessible. It can even be customised to reflect your organisation needs and priorities.”

  • Ùlpan

    “Ùlpan is a revolutionary language learning system first pioneered in the Middle East. It has been used to teach Welsh and Breton, and now we have adapted it to Scottish Gaelic.”