Our Gaelic immersion breaks and on-demand pop-up language classes, delivered by a qualified Gaelic teacher on the Isle of North Uist, are the ideal opportunity for learners of all levels to come together to focus on the practical conversation development of Gaelic in a relaxed, fun environment that stimulates conversation.
We believe that to enrich your conversational skills, it is best to head out into the local environment and test your language skills with local interaction.
The native language is connected in these islands with everyday life from crofting to fishing, shopping and pub culture. The richness of the language spoken in local dialects encourages you to listen and try and converse and learn new words and phrases along the way.
Whether you are passing through North Uist or staying a while longer, get in touch to book your Gaelic learning experience. And it doesn't have to end there! We also provide online classes for those who want to stay in touch and learn more.
Tha sinn a’ coimhead air adhart fàilte a thoirt dhuibh!
We look forward to welcoming you!
* 2022 Availability details
May - 15th July:
Limited availability as we teach online during business hours from Monday to Friday.
Some scheduled immersion weekends are available as well as on-demand weekend lessons.
16th July - 31st August:
We can offer teaching mid-week and weekend, either classroom based or a mix of learning with touring North Uist and/or Harris.
We are a virtual school and do not have a physical location which you can visit. Lessons will be held using local venues around North Uist.
The Scantuary sculpture forms part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.
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Statue of the famous grizzly bear Hercules, who escaped and went on the run during…
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Barpa Langais is a neolithic chambered cairn or tomb.
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First World War memorial.
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Reflections is part of the Uist Sculpture Trail.
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