Summer School Programme
The summer school runs from 9am-4pm Monday to Friday, with an earlier finish on Wednesday (3pm). There is a selection of classes – first, second and third choice – allowing students to learn more than one subject to promote interdisciplinary learning. There are two First Choice classes in a day, one Second Choice class, one Gaelic for All class – which will be staggered with lunch – and a Third Choice in the afternoon.
Gaelic for All classes
All summer school students go to Gaelic-language instruction at their self-assessed level. The Gaelic-language levels of the classes are available here [PDF].
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do classes take place? What to I need to bring to step-dance classes? Here is a list of FAQs.
A range of afternoon and evening events are a highlight of the summer school, including guided walks, music sessions in the hotels, and village hall dances and cèilidhs. The house cèilidhs are reserved for students of the summer school only. Most other events are ticketed, with pricing supplementary to the summer school. The full programme will be posted in June 2021.