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WATCH: Callum Beattie drops into Fortrose Academy for Caledonia sing-along

WATCH: Callum Beattie drops into Fortrose Academy for Caledonia sing-along

WATCH: Callum Beattie drops into Fortrose Academy for Caledonia sing-along

20 March 2024

Callum Beattie dropped in to Fortrose Academy yesterday (March 19) to meet some of the youngsters making a difference in their community.


Students in Inverness invited to complete survey – and benefit hospice

Students in Inverness invited to complete survey – and benefit hospice

Students in Inverness invited to complete survey – and benefit hospice

18 March 2024

Students in Inverness are being encouraged to give feedback about their learning experience – and help the Highland Hospice.


WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

17 March 2024

Recently moving from Golspie to Invergordon, Catherine Ferguson was "overwhelmed" to be named Highland Heroes' secondary teacher of the year.


WATCH: Sutherland primary teacher 'overwhelmed' by Highland Heroes win

WATCH: Sutherland primary teacher 'overwhelmed' by Highland Heroes win

WATCH: Sutherland primary teacher 'overwhelmed' by Highland Heroes win

17 March 2024

Jane Mackintosh was named primary teacher of the year at this year's Highland Heroes awards.


WATCH: Community-driven Merkinch Primary crowned school of the year at Highland Heroes Awards

WATCH: Community-driven Merkinch Primary crowned school of the year at Highland Heroes Awards

WATCH: Community-driven Merkinch Primary crowned school of the year at Highland Heroes Awards

17 March 2024

An Inverness school has been named as school of the year at this year's Highland Heroes Awards.


Inverness father-of-four wins chef scholarship after quitting his job

Inverness father-of-four wins chef scholarship after quitting his job

Inverness father-of-four wins chef scholarship after quitting his job

14 March 2024

An Inverness cookery student who quit his job to follow his dream of being a chef has won a scholarship offering training at a high-end restaurant.


Highland Council clarifies ending of MCR Pathways contract stating 'council-employees will be retained'

Highland Council clarifies ending of MCR Pathways contract stating 'council-employees will be retained'

Highland Council clarifies ending of MCR Pathways contract stating 'council-employees will be retained'

14 March 2024

Highland Council has issued a statement to say it 'remains committed' to supporting mentoring in schools, including the support through MCR Pathways.


Success for Beauly forestry student in Scotland-wide awards

Success for Beauly forestry student in Scotland-wide awards

Success for Beauly forestry student in Scotland-wide awards

14 March 2024

A Beauly forestry student has received a top prize at a Scottish awards ceremony.


Petition launched to save vital Highland youth programme from council funding cuts

Petition launched to save vital Highland youth programme from council funding cuts

Petition launched to save vital Highland youth programme from council funding cuts

13 March 2024

A petition has been launched to save a Highland programme which currently supports hundreds of young people in seven secondary schools.


Inspector finds 'insufficient progress' made at Nairn primary school after damning report

Inspector finds 'insufficient progress' made at Nairn primary school after damning report

Inspector finds 'insufficient progress' made at Nairn primary school after damning report

11 March 2024

Although progress was made in most areas, the report found that the overall progress since the last inspection was "insufficient".


Disadvantaged kids set to lose vital help as Highland Council looks to cut funding

Disadvantaged kids set to lose vital help as Highland Council looks to cut funding

Disadvantaged kids set to lose vital help as Highland Council looks to cut funding

11 March 2024

MCR Pathways' Mike Evans says 'that one sense of stability' will be 'literally ripped away' from hundreds of vulnerable young people.


Tributes paid to a much-loved former Inverness primary school teacher

Tributes paid to a much-loved former Inverness primary school teacher

Tributes paid to a much-loved former Inverness primary school teacher

08 March 2024

A much-loved former Inverness primary school teacher has died at the age of 95.


PICTURES: Inverness primary kids go wild for the countryside at rural estate event

PICTURES: Inverness primary kids go wild for the countryside at rural estate event

PICTURES: Inverness primary kids go wild for the countryside at rural estate event

06 March 2024

More than 140 children from Inverness primary schools were given an insight into the operations of a working estate at a special rural event.


UHI Inverness art lecturer Frank To up for nomination in prestigious society

UHI Inverness art lecturer Frank To up for nomination in prestigious society

UHI Inverness art lecturer Frank To up for nomination in prestigious society

06 March 2024

The works of a UHI Inverness art lecturer have been accepted to a prestigious London exhibition.


UHI appoints new leading light for "exciting new chapter"

UHI appoints new leading light for "exciting new chapter"

UHI appoints new leading light for "exciting new chapter"

05 March 2024

The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) has appointed a new principal and vice-chancellor.


Teaching unions separately demand action as they slam Highland Council's approach to staff

Teaching unions separately demand action as they slam Highland Council's approach to staff

Teaching unions separately demand action as they slam Highland Council's approach to staff

04 March 2024

Unison has 'grave concerns' about violence in schools and the EIS has lashed out at proposals to cut 70 principal teachers.


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.


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