Stòrlann was established by the Scottish Executive in 1999 to co-ordinate the production and distribution of curriculum resources for Gaelic education. Stòrlann is a limited company, registered number SC 190298, and a charity registered in Scotland as SC 031521.
Under Stòrlann’s publication programme, resources are distributed free of charge to nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools and lifelong learning groups every year. Priorities are set by teaching staff and learners and strategic planning and implementation is supported by local authorities through the MRG consortium, and by appropriate lifelong learning organisations.
A small selection of Stòrlann’s resources are available for purchase by the general public via www.gaelicbooks.org and a range of free interactive resources for families can also be found at the organisation’s site www.gaelic4parents.com, where families can also access support with homework and other issues relating to Gaelic education.
Stòrlann’s staff has increased considerably in the past few years as the organisation’s output has grown. A full staff list can be accessed here, with information on each member’s individual responsibilities.
An Tosgan, 54 Seaforth Road, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis HS1 2SD
Phone: 01851 700880