Mallaig also has its own High School, opened in 1989 (however a secondary school had previously existed in a slightly different location) which caters for Mallaig, the villages of Morar and Arisaig, along with the nearby Small Isles of Eigg, Rùm, Muck and Canna and finally the nearby Knoydart peninsula.What is the management structure for Mallaig ASG?
A revised management of schools structure for Mallaig ASG began a phased introduction in January 2018. Mallaig Primary School and Mallaig High School became part of a 3-18 management structure, with Arisaig Primary, Lady Lovat Primary and Inverie Primary School and Nursery joining in August 2018,Where is Mallaig?
The local railway station, Mallaig, is the terminus of the West Highland railway line (Fort William and Mallaig branch) and the town is linked to Fort William by the A830 road – the " Road to the Isles ".What languages are spoken in Mallaig?
Mallaig and the surrounding area is a popular area for holidays. The majority of the community speaks English, with a minority of residents speaking both English and Gaelic. In addition, traditional Gaelic is still taught in Mallaig Primary School to pupils who choose to learn the language.