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Commission praises Gaelic school

Levels of care for pre-school children attending Scotland's first purpose-built all Gaelic school have been praised by the Care Commission.

Bun-sgoil Ghaidhlig Inbhir Nis in Inverness was awarded "very good" and "excellent" grades.

Head teacher Janet MacLeod said the report recognised the staffs' work.

The pre-school was registered with the commission to provide a day care service to a maximum of 46 children at any one time.

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