Gorge Scrambling

Jump, swim, climb, slide

We have exciting venues throughtout Scotland 



Fun, educational and an element of competition

Suitable for all including schools and events


Bushcraft & Forest Schools

DSCN1552Learn bushcraft & survival skills

Work with nature in the forest and learn more


Walking & Expeditions

Peathan Meadhanach

Mountain days & expeditions throughout Scotland

Duke of Edinburgh, John Muir Award, navigation, campcraft



We provide equipment, ski passes and instruction

CairnGorm, The Lecht, Glencoe, Nevis Range and Glenshee


Mapland Scotland

Mapa Scotland

The largest map of Scotland in the world!

Perfect for geography, social subjects, literacy and numeracy


Cànan - Language  





Contact details  

Spòrs Gàidhlig,

Glenmore Lodge, Aviemore,
Inverness-shire, Scotland, PH22 1QZ

T: 01463-234138
E: fios@spors.scot



Spòrs Gàidhlig will work in partnership with schools throughout Scotland. Our activities, camps and programmes provide opportunities for pupils to use Gaelic and learn more about various curricular elements in a supportive and positive environment. 

Many of our events and programmes are based around the key elements of the Curriculum for Excellence and offer considerable opportunity for learners to challenge themselves and learn more.  

We aim to work with three key user groups:

Gaelic speaking young people - Those who are fluent or close to fluency. This might be through Gaelic in the home or by attending a Gaelic medium school or unit. 

Gaelic learners - Those learning the language at both primary and secondary levels. This could be through GLPS, Gaelic as a second language or taster sessions. 

Those not engaged with Gaelic - Everyone else! We are very keen to work with schools who might like an event with a Gaelic flavour. Participants would have the added advantage of an introduction to Gaelic in a supportive and fun setting. 

Safety management

We operate within all current legislation and within the guidance of local authorities. Spòrs Gàidhlig's parent organisation, Comunn na Gàidhlig, has a strong track record in delivering programmes and events in partnership with schools and local authorities. 

All of our staff are trained in child protection and members of the PVG Scheme (Protection of Vulnerable Groups). This means they have all gone through a disclosure application. 

Our child protection policy is comprehensive and our maximum leader:participant ratio is 1:10. 

For activities such as skiing, bushcraft, cycling and others, we always use qualified staff who have achieved a recognised national government body award in the relevant discipline. 


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