Interested in learning Gaelic?

These resources could help…

  • SpeakGaelic

    SpeakGaelic is the comprehensive approach to learning Scottish Gaelic, on BBC ALBA & iPlayer, BBC Sounds, in class, online and on demand!
    If you feel you’d benefit more from an in-person class, you can find what’s available in your area too.
  • Learn Gaelic

    Learn Gaelic – free online Scottish Gaelic learning resources. You will have access to resources such as Beag air Bheag and Speaking Our Language, where you will be able to watch videos and listen to sound clips and brush up on your grammar at differing stages. Find a class in your area too.

    BBC ALBA is a digital TV channel, available in the UK, broadcasting Gaelic programmes daily. The schedule includes news, Scottish sport, music, factual, children’s and entertainment programmes.
  • BBC Radio nan Gàidheal

    BBC Radio nan Gàidheal is a radio station operated by BBC, broadcasting in Scottish Gaelic throughout Scotland. Its schedule includes a variety of programmes: music, news and talk programmes and others.
  • Sabhal Mòr Ostaig

    Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is the Gaelic college in Sleat, Isle of Skye, which offers short- and long-term courses to advance your Gaelic education, both in-person and online.

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  • Duolingo

    Scottish Gaelic Duolingo allows you to learn Gaelic at your own pace on a personalised learning journey with fun challenges. Available on the web or on the Duolingo app.

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  • Say A Gaelic Phrase Day

    #SayAGaelicPhraseDay – this annual event invites people from across the world to share their favourite Gaelic phrases on social media. A list of common sayings with sound clips was collated by Hands Up For Trad to help people take part.

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  • #cleachdi

    Bòrd na Gàidhlig and partners have developed the nationwide #cleachdi initiative to enable Gaelic speakers and learners to be more visible to one another and to promote the use of Gaelic in public spaces. Order free lanyards, posters, stickers and badges for yourself or your organisation on their website.

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  • Get In Touch

    If you’re not sure where to start, please get in touch. Our team is on hand to help get you connected with the best learning option and we can assist in pairing you up with Gaelic organisations in your area. Send an email to and we will be happy to help!
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