There are five classes a day as well as Gaelic time (where the kids (and tutors) practice/learn some Gaelic through conversation and games) and the fèis song which involves everyone attending the fèis which is then performed at the end of the week. In the evenings the tutors are kept busy playing for a dance at the school on the Tuesday night, a tutors ceilidh (concert) at Kisimul Castle on the Wednesday and a piping night at Northbay Hall on the Thursday, then it's the kid's turn to perform at the end of week concert on the Friday afternoon.
Duncan Johnstone and myself were both teaching fiddle during the week and we joined together a few of our classes to perform a couple of tunes at the concert with the added surprise for the audience of one of the youngest girls doing the splits while she played!
After all that we (tutors, participants and other passengers) played tunes and sang Gaelic songs the whole way back on the Calmac ferry from Castlebay to Oban on the Friday night!
Here's a photo of us loading into the boat to go to Kisimul Castle on Wednesday to perform.