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A taste of different languages

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A growing number of children in state schools across the UK are being taught in Welsh, Scottish Gaelic and Irish.

Colette Hume gets a taste of the different languages in UK schools, before Professor David Reynolds, professor of education at Plymouth University, and head teacher Donalda McComb, of Glasgow Gaelic School, discuss whether a different language gives children the edge over pupils being taught in English.

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