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SSE Renewables signs up as the education partner for the key Highland green energy project Hydro Ness

SSE Renewables signs up as the education partner for the key Highland green energy project Hydro Ness

SSE Renewables signs up as the education partner for the key Highland green energy project Hydro Ness

19 July 2022

The company will focus on science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) education


Marking 200 years of Central Primary School

Marking 200 years of Central Primary School

Marking 200 years of Central Primary School

18 July 2022

Over the past year staff, pupils and local organisations have been working together to mark the 200th anniversary of Central School.


PICTURES: Gaelic traditions kept alive

PICTURES: Gaelic traditions kept alive

PICTURES: Gaelic traditions kept alive

16 July 2022

More than 70 children recently enjoyed a week of Gaelic music and tuition at Fèis na h-Òige.


Pupils get a prize for Hydro Ness name

Pupils get a prize for Hydro Ness name

Pupils get a prize for Hydro Ness name

14 July 2022

High Life Highland treated pupils at Milton of Leys Primary School to an activity morning after naming the new River Ness hydro generator.


Joy for staff and pupils at Millbank Primary

Joy for staff and pupils at Millbank Primary

Joy for staff and pupils at Millbank Primary

13 July 2022

Ahead of the school holidays, pupils at Millbank Primary were treated to an awards ceremony recognising their achievements.


Moo-ving send-off for kids

Moo-ving send-off for kids

Moo-ving send-off for kids

09 July 2022

After winning a charity raffle, a woman donated her win to a primary school disco for Primary 7's to enjoy.


Writer stunned by back to back prizes

Writer stunned by back to back prizes

Writer stunned by back to back prizes

08 July 2022

A WRITER and teacher has scooped a national historical fiction award for the second year in a row.


'We cannot continue to send them to be educated in dilapidated buildings', say parents

'We cannot continue to send them to be educated in dilapidated buildings', say parents

'We cannot continue to send them to be educated in dilapidated buildings', say parents

08 July 2022

Concerned parents in a Highland community are calling for a clear plan in the provision a long-promised new school amid fears it could be delayed.


WATCH: Fèis na h-Òige returns to Inverness Gaelic Primary School

WATCH: Fèis na h-Òige returns to Inverness Gaelic Primary School

WATCH: Fèis na h-Òige returns to Inverness Gaelic Primary School

07 July 2022

Pupils are enjoying a range of Gaelic teaching as Fèis na h-Òige returns.


Parents press case for new primary school, claiming their children are being treated as 'second class citizens'

Parents press case for new primary school, claiming their children are being treated as 'second class citizens'

Parents press case for new primary school, claiming their children are being treated as 'second class citizens'

07 July 2022

Concerned parents claim their children are being treated as second-class citizens amid fears a long-promised new primary school could face delays.


WATCH: Outgoing head teacher speaks about his vision for all pupils

WATCH: Outgoing head teacher speaks about his vision for all pupils

WATCH: Outgoing head teacher speaks about his vision for all pupils

07 July 2022

Inclusion for all pupils is a favourite topic for Lawrence Sutherland who has retired as head teacher at Cradlehall Primary School in Inverness.


LONGER READ: Retiring head teacher reflects on the importance of inclusivity for all pupils – and reveals his enthusiasm for vintage buses

LONGER READ: Retiring head teacher reflects on the importance of inclusivity for all pupils – and reveals his enthusiasm for vintage buses

LONGER READ: Retiring head teacher reflects on the importance of inclusivity for all pupils – and reveals his enthusiasm for vintage buses

07 July 2022

Visitors to Cradlehall Primary School in Inverness cannot help but notice a converted double decker bus parked in the grounds near the front entrance.


Lack of detail on new Nairn Academy slammed

Lack of detail on new Nairn Academy slammed

Lack of detail on new Nairn Academy slammed

05 July 2022

Community councillors criticise lack of information available to the public on the new Nairn Academy only weeks before it goes to planning.


School newspaper is a real team effort

School newspaper is a real team effort

School newspaper is a real team effort

03 July 2022

PROUD pupils at Inverness High School have launched their own newspaper after months of hard work.


PICTURES: A day of competition at the YESC Regional Celebration of STEM

PICTURES: A day of competition at the YESC Regional Celebration of STEM

PICTURES: A day of competition at the YESC Regional Celebration of STEM

01 July 2022

Youngsters from schools in Inverness and Ross-shire were named as winners after taking part in a recent event.


PICTURES: More snapshots of P7 pupils making the step up to S1

PICTURES: More snapshots of P7 pupils making the step up to S1

PICTURES: More snapshots of P7 pupils making the step up to S1

30 June 2022

P7 youngsters across the area have been bidding a fond farewell to their primary school days before taking the step up into S1.


Move to boost scrutiny of education rejected by Highland Council

Move to boost scrutiny of education rejected by Highland Council

Move to boost scrutiny of education rejected by Highland Council

30 June 2022

Amid rock bottom primary literacy and numeracy rates the refusal was slammed as 'business as usual'


Mental wellbeing at heart of new exhibition

Mental wellbeing at heart of new exhibition

Mental wellbeing at heart of new exhibition

29 June 2022

Three groups have joined together to create an exhibition to work on young people's mental wellbeing.


Council to be asked to take decisive action on literacy and numeracy results

Council to be asked to take decisive action on literacy and numeracy results

Council to be asked to take decisive action on literacy and numeracy results

28 June 2022

Latest league tables show Highland is in last place for P1, 4 and 7 in Scotland.


Chromebook 'refresh' to benefit Highland school pupils

Chromebook 'refresh' to benefit Highland school pupils

Chromebook 'refresh' to benefit Highland school pupils

28 June 2022

An investment in new Chromebooks for Highland pupils will provide plenty of work for a refurbishment specialist reducing electrical product waste.


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