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Funeral announced for former Inverness Royal Academy teacher

Funeral announced for former Inverness Royal Academy teacher

Funeral announced for former Inverness Royal Academy teacher

01 March 2024

Jane Sutherland Graham, who taught as an English teacher for many years, passed away last week at the age of 79.


PICTURES: Pupils' music fun ahead of launch of Rokzkool's Studio 58 in Inverness

PICTURES: Pupils' music fun ahead of launch of Rokzkool's Studio 58 in Inverness

PICTURES: Pupils' music fun ahead of launch of Rokzkool's Studio 58 in Inverness

01 March 2024

Music making and art fun were the order of the day when pupils enjoyed a peak at RoKzKool Academy's new venue in the Eastgate Centre.


'You are valued' – UHI sign up to Rainbow Mark for LGBTQ+ inclusion

'You are valued' – UHI sign up to Rainbow Mark for LGBTQ+ inclusion

'You are valued' – UHI sign up to Rainbow Mark for LGBTQ+ inclusion

29 February 2024

The University of the Highlands and Islands and partners have made the commitment during LGBT+ History Month to support inclusive social spaces


Strike action sees UHI support staff walk-out in Inverness

Strike action sees UHI support staff walk-out in Inverness

Strike action sees UHI support staff walk-out in Inverness

29 February 2024

Staff at the University of the Highlands and Islands hit the picket line this morning amid ongoing strike action over pay and job losses.


Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

Lib Dem budget amendment seeks £30m more for roads and to fully fund new St Clements school

29 February 2024

It also calls for a letter to the First Minister telling him his government made the council's 'severe financial plight of the council' worse.


Inverness nursing student set to represent peers at Royal College of Nursing

Inverness nursing student set to represent peers at Royal College of Nursing

Inverness nursing student set to represent peers at Royal College of Nursing

28 February 2024

Two UHI third-year students have been elected to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Student Committee.


University of the Highlands and Islands appoints new executive director of finance

University of the Highlands and Islands appoints new executive director of finance

University of the Highlands and Islands appoints new executive director of finance

28 February 2024

The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) has appointed Mike Baxter as executive director of finance.


Young people from the Highlands inspired by Green Careers Expo

Young people from the Highlands inspired by Green Careers Expo

Young people from the Highlands inspired by Green Careers Expo

27 February 2024

More than 600 secondary school pupils have attended Scotland’s first Green Careers Expo.


Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

Highland teachers suffer 'physical violence' and abuse on a 'daily' basis, says union

27 February 2024

The EIS found staff 'have sustained physical injuries' while many considered leaving the profession altogether.


'No continuing threat' to Inverness school following malicious hoax and police response

'No continuing threat' to Inverness school following malicious hoax and police response

'No continuing threat' to Inverness school following malicious hoax and police response

26 February 2024

There is "no continuing threat" to Inverness Royal Academy following a police response to a malicious email on Monday morning, it has been confirmed.


New nursery set to open in Ardersier after shock closure of Country Bumpkins

New nursery set to open in Ardersier after shock closure of Country Bumpkins

New nursery set to open in Ardersier after shock closure of Country Bumpkins

26 February 2024

A Highland nursery is branching out to Ardersier – taking over the space left empty after the sudden closure of Country Bumpkins nursery last summer.


UHI engineering talent awarded with scholarship

UHI engineering talent awarded with scholarship

UHI engineering talent awarded with scholarship

26 February 2024

Rogan Nussey (19) a second-year Electrical and Mechanical Engineering student at UHI Inverness will receive a bursary worth £5,000.


Empowering young women in Inverness through science and technology

Empowering young women in Inverness through science and technology

Empowering young women in Inverness through science and technology

25 February 2024

Young women are being invited to meet women working in the field of science, technology, engineering and maths at a free event in Inverness.


UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

UHI Inverness principal champions work-based learning and industry partnerships for Highland region

25 February 2024

Highland councillors heard about the "crucial role" tertiary education plays in supporting the economic development of the region.


Students at UHI Inverness 'grill' Highland MSP on Rwanda issues, trans rights and SNP policy

Students at UHI Inverness 'grill' Highland MSP on Rwanda issues, trans rights and SNP policy

Students at UHI Inverness 'grill' Highland MSP on Rwanda issues, trans rights and SNP policy

24 February 2024

MSP Emma Roddick was invited to talk to the HNC Social Sciences and NC Social Science level 6 classes at UHI Inverness.


Fresh talent's culinary creation to grace Inverness Castle menu

Fresh talent's culinary creation to grace Inverness Castle menu

Fresh talent's culinary creation to grace Inverness Castle menu

22 February 2024

Students invited to submit culinary creations, with the best forming part of the menu when Inverness Castle reopens as a visitor attraction in 2025.


Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

Highland Council rejects bid to protect teachers from 'pressure' to award good marks

21 February 2024

Focus on attainment was lost as councillors defend officials over a 'judgmental' education report critical of primary school staff.


PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

PICTURES: Pupils get sneak peek into future pathways at Nairn Academy's careers event

20 February 2024

Around 400 students and their families attended a careers event at Nairn Academy.


Highland Council education bosses blame poor attainment on primary school teachers

Highland Council education bosses blame poor attainment on primary school teachers

Highland Council education bosses blame poor attainment on primary school teachers

19 February 2024

Councillor Helen Crawford says asking 'teachers to mark more generously' is 'just a big sticking plaster.'


UHI student fund re-opens thanks to £60,000 business pledge

UHI student fund re-opens thanks to £60,000 business pledge

UHI student fund re-opens thanks to £60,000 business pledge

19 February 2024

RES has partnered with the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) to support a minimum of 60 students through their Student Development Fund.


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