Pre-school Gaelic-medium provision differs across the different authorities in Scotland.
Some areas have ‘Pàrant agus Pàiste’ parent-and-toddler groups, which are usually run by a volunteer committee and may employ a play-leader.
‘Cròileagan’ play-groups are again run by volunteer committees but most employ one or more play-leaders. Parents are welcome to sit-in in some groups but not in others and in some areas ‘Cròileagan’ groups take the place of nursery provision.
Council-run nursery provision is available in most areas and may or may not be attached to the school or schools in which the authority offers Gaelic-medium primary education.
Further information on pre-school provision in your area can be found at: