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Gaelic Medium Education (Foghlam tro Mheadhan na Gàidhlig)https://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/gaelic-medium-education/Gaelic Medium Education (Foghlam tro Mheadhan na Gàidhlig)Gaelic Medium Education (Foghlam tro Mheadhan na Gàidhlig)Learn more about Gaelic Medium Education, where it is available, how it is delivered, and how it might benefit your child.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Independent schoolshttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/Independent schoolsIndependent schoolsIndependent schools (sometimes called private or fee-paying schools) are privately owned and self-financing.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Local state schoolhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/Local state schoolLocal state schoolThis page outlines what should happen if you choose to send your child to a local state school.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Denominational educationhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/Denominational educationDenominational educationDenominational schools are run in the same way as other local authority schools. The majority of denominational state schools in Scotland are Roman Catholic.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Home educationhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/Home educationHome educationHow do you choose a school for your child? This section provides information on some of the different options available.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Special schools and unitshttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/Special schools and unitsSpecial schools and unitsAll children in Scotland have the right to be educated in a mainstream school. However, some chidren's needs may be better met in specialist settings.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Gaelic Medium Educationhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/Gaelic Medium EducationGaelic Medium EducationGaelic Medium Education is an option within Scottish education that gives children and young people an opportunity to become fluent in Gaelic.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_CategoryPage.aspx, PZ Category Page GP0|#ca8967a2-8622-45b7-ae8e-780fe2f47368;L0|#0ca8967a2-8622-45b7-ae8e-780fe2f47368|Gaelic Medium Education;GTSet|#95bfa9fc-b050-4264-a21d-ac7bd80d2a90;GPP|#84fcfa77-d741-4082-a920-4c98129b7960;GPP|#f5fc2aeb-1a4a-4469-9ad3-66e0acb3273e;GPP|#c2a018e8-f604-43eb-b15a-3940008d4730
Centres of excellencehttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/Centres of excellenceCentres of excellenceDo you have a talented child? They may benefit from attending one of Scotland's six national centres of excellence – schools which allow gifted children to maximise their potential.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Support your child's learning - simple tips in Gaelic and Englishhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/gaelic-medium-education/Support your child's learning - simple tips in Gaelic and EnglishSupport your child's learning - simple tips in Gaelic and EnglishThe following documents offer simple tips to help you support your child's learning at home across the whole curriculum.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Foghlam Meadhan Gàidhlighttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/my-school/choosing-a-school/gaelic-medium-education/Foghlam Meadhan GàidhligFoghlam Meadhan Gàidhlighttp://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page

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