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PICTURES: Inverness Gaelic pupils consider their career options


By Gregor White


The careers day was lots of fun.
The careers day was lots of fun.

P6 and P7 pupils at Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis were involved in the organisation of the school’s first careers day.

More than 50 people from a wide variety of organisations visited the school to talk about their jobs to the youngsters.

Rebekah Maclean, Ellen Macleod, Keira Gray and Isla McNeil dressed up in costumes from Feisan nan Gaidheal.
Rebekah Maclean, Ellen Macleod, Keira Gray and Isla McNeil dressed up in costumes from Feisan nan Gaidheal.

Teacher Roya MacLennan said: “We had a brilliant day. Pupils really enjoyed the event and it was great to see how much they have grown in confidence by getting in touch and speaking to so many different people as they organised it.

“It was a chance for them to see how many incredible opportunities they can have in their futures.”

Joshua Kennedy stepped back in time with the Highland Folk Museum.
Joshua Kennedy stepped back in time with the Highland Folk Museum.

Attending on the day were doctors, policemen and firefighters along with representatives from BBC Alba and Radio nan Gaidheal as well as the Highland Folk Museum and Bòrd na Gàidhlig.

To view and order pictures from the day: https://scottishprovincialpress.newsprints.co.uk/search/scu/p/u/44340/1/inverness%20courier

Pupils were introduced to painting and decorating.
Pupils were introduced to painting and decorating.


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