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Artist is picture of happiness after award

Artist is picture of happiness after award

Artist is picture of happiness after award

23 October 2020

AN artistic school leaver who wowed teachers with her “outstanding” talent has been honoured by a local art trust.


Highland MSP slams Scottish Conservative leader's 'shameful' abstention over child school meals

Highland MSP slams Scottish Conservative leader's 'shameful' abstention over child school meals

Highland MSP slams Scottish Conservative leader's 'shameful' abstention over child school meals

22 October 2020

THE "shameful failure" of the Scottish Conservatives' leader to vote to help hungry children in England has been slammed by a Highland MSP.


Inverness judges on lookout for hair heroes

Inverness judges on lookout for hair heroes

Inverness judges on lookout for hair heroes

19 October 2020

Inverness College UHI hair and beauty lecturers are on the judging panel for this year’s North of Scotland Hair and Beauty Industry Awards.


New University of the Highlands and Islands principal and vice-chancellor named

New University of the Highlands and Islands principal and vice-chancellor named

New University of the Highlands and Islands principal and vice-chancellor named

19 October 2020

The University of the Highlands and Islands appoints Australian academic as new principal and vice-chancellor.


PICTURES: Crown Primary kids have a good air day!

PICTURES: Crown Primary kids have a good air day!

PICTURES: Crown Primary kids have a good air day!

16 October 2020

End of term lessons at Crown Primary School in Inverness were like a breath of fresh air.


Plans for new nursery school in North Kessock

Plans for new nursery school in North Kessock

Plans for new nursery school in North Kessock

15 October 2020

A new dedicated nursery looks set to be built in the grounds of a Black Isle school as part of council commitments to provide free childcare.


Council welcomes rethink on school exams for 2021

Council welcomes rethink on school exams for 2021

Council welcomes rethink on school exams for 2021

14 October 2020

Changes to arrangements for school exams have been welcomed by the Highland education authority.


Former student of the Scottish School of Forestry steps up the ranks

Former student of the Scottish School of Forestry steps up the ranks

Former student of the Scottish School of Forestry steps up the ranks

13 October 2020

A man who was once a student at a forestry school near Inverness has been appointed as its new depute head.


Maths fun wins young fans at Kirkhill

Maths fun wins young fans at Kirkhill

Maths fun wins young fans at Kirkhill

11 October 2020

Maths Week Scotland and the Science Skills Academy (SSA) gave outdoor maths kits to primary schools in the Highland Council area to mark Maths Week.


Hair today, gone tomorrow as Inverness High School turn head teacher John Rutter into a skinhead

Hair today, gone tomorrow as Inverness High School turn head teacher John Rutter into a skinhead

Hair today, gone tomorrow as Inverness High School turn head teacher John Rutter into a skinhead

10 October 2020

The event was part of an MFR Cash for Kids inter-school fundraising challenge


Kids set new reading record

Kids set new reading record

Kids set new reading record

09 October 2020

THOUSANDS of children helped a Highland book festival blow its previous reading record out the water.


Merkinch Primary's big thank you to builders

Merkinch Primary's big thank you to builders

Merkinch Primary's big thank you to builders

08 October 2020

Pupils from Merkinch PS thank construction company Robertson and Highland Council’s project team for new building


Council praises pupils, parents and staff for 'success' of term despite coronavirus

Council praises pupils, parents and staff for 'success' of term despite coronavirus

Council praises pupils, parents and staff for 'success' of term despite coronavirus

08 October 2020

SCHOOL pupils, parents and staff have been praised by senior Highland councillors after making a success of the first full term under Covid-19.


Staff member at Nairn Academy tests positive for Covid-19

Staff member at Nairn Academy tests positive for Covid-19

Staff member at Nairn Academy tests positive for Covid-19

08 October 2020

A "small number" of people from Nairn Academy will have to self-isolate after a member of staff contracted coronavirus.


Students record engineering first

Students record engineering first

Students record engineering first

07 October 2020

Students studying civil engineering at UHI are the first in Scotland to complete a Graduate Apprenticeship at honours level.


National 5 exams to be awarded on estimation basis in 2021

National 5 exams to be awarded on estimation basis in 2021

National 5 exams to be awarded on estimation basis in 2021

07 October 2020

The Scottish Government has set out its response to the recommendations of the Rapid Review of National Qualifications Experience report 2020.


Pupils who receive free school meals will get vouchers if they are asked to self-isolate

Pupils who receive free school meals will get vouchers if they are asked to self-isolate

Pupils who receive free school meals will get vouchers if they are asked to self-isolate

07 October 2020

Highland school pupils are to be given vouchers in place of free school meals if they are asked to self-isolate during term time.


Charity to help Highland schools by educating peer mediators

Charity to help Highland schools by educating peer mediators

Charity to help Highland schools by educating peer mediators

06 October 2020

Highland schools are being offered support to cope with covid-related classroom conflict.


WATCH: Fortrose Academy pupils make video for National Skills Day

WATCH: Fortrose Academy pupils make video for National Skills Day

WATCH: Fortrose Academy pupils make video for National Skills Day

06 October 2020

Teenage entrepreneurs from the Black Isle hope to put themselves in the frame for a £100 kickstarter for their young enterprise project.


Highland MSP backs calls for a new rural teacher fund to help fill vacancies across the north

Highland MSP backs calls for a new rural teacher fund to help fill vacancies across the north

Highland MSP backs calls for a new rural teacher fund to help fill vacancies across the north

05 October 2020

Jamie Halcro Johnston said too many schools were struggling to deliver the curriculum due to staff shortages


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