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Salmond opens new Gaelic school
A new Gaelic-medium school in Inverness has been formally opened by First Minister Alex Salmond.

The 4m Bun-sgoil Ghaidhlig Inbhir Nis was built with the aim of becoming a focal point for Gaelic learning in the city area.

There are 101 primary and 50 nursery pupils who attend the school.

Located at Slackbuie, adjacent to Inverness Royal Academy, it has seven classrooms, a resource area and a large hall for staging Gaelic events.



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