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MSP calls on Scottish Government to seriously consider finding funding for new schools in Nairn and Inverness

MSP calls on Scottish Government to seriously consider finding funding for new schools in Nairn and Inverness

MSP calls on Scottish Government to seriously consider finding funding for new schools in Nairn and Inverness

25 November 2019

Conservative MSP Edward Mountain says Nairn Academy, Culloden Academy and Charleston Scademy are not fit for purpose.


Highland Council defends itself after survey indicates concerns over cuts to additional support needs (ASN) provision

Highland Council defends itself after survey indicates concerns over cuts to additional support needs (ASN) provision

Highland Council defends itself after survey indicates concerns over cuts to additional support needs (ASN) provision

25 November 2019

Highland Council says the region continues to have one of the highest levels of resource allocated to ASN in the country, even after cuts this year.


Pupils who need additional needs support are suffering following cutbacks a union has claimed

Pupils who need additional needs support are suffering following cutbacks a union has claimed

Pupils who need additional needs support are suffering following cutbacks a union has claimed

25 November 2019

A survey by the EIS Highland Local Association showed the impact of additional support needs cuts was negative for both pupils and staff.


PICTURES: Day of hair-raising fun carries serious message

PICTURES: Day of hair-raising fun carries serious message

PICTURES: Day of hair-raising fun carries serious message

24 November 2019

A DAY of creative hairstyling at an Inverness school helped children learn a valuable lesson about bullying while also providing a few laughs.


Early learning gets under way at UHI

Early learning gets under way at UHI

Early learning gets under way at UHI

23 November 2019

THE first full intake of graduate apprentices in early learning and childcare has been welcomed to the University of the Highlands and Islands.


Highland schools invited to design electric vehicle

Highland schools invited to design electric vehicle

Highland schools invited to design electric vehicle

18 November 2019

A new competition is being launched for pupils to help design the branding for an electric vehicle.


New historic archive created by Highland Hospice

New historic archive created by Highland Hospice

New historic archive created by Highland Hospice

17 November 2019

The archive brings together documents and materials that help to tell the story of the hospice from its earliest days.


Inverness pupils brave Dragons' Den

Inverness pupils brave Dragons' Den

Inverness pupils brave Dragons' Den

16 November 2019

Budding entrepreneurs got a taste of applying for business finance by taking part in Young Enterprise Scotland's version of TV’s Dragons’ Den.


10 years of support for students

10 years of support for students

10 years of support for students

13 November 2019

More than 400 students have received support from a student development fund which has reached its 10th anniversary.


Council ‘too quick to axe PSA posts’

Council ‘too quick to axe PSA posts’

Council ‘too quick to axe PSA posts’

12 November 2019

THERE was dismay today at the news that just six months after axing dozens of pupil support assistants Highland Council is hiring 14 new ones.


Appeal ahead of reunion of school pals

Appeal ahead of reunion of school pals

Appeal ahead of reunion of school pals

11 November 2019

ATTEMPTS are being made to reunite Inverness High School’s class of ’74.


Inverness pupils design signs to spruce up school

Inverness pupils design signs to spruce up school

Inverness pupils design signs to spruce up school

11 November 2019

An Inverness school has rebranded its building with designs made by pupils.


Kids get growing with trees project

Kids get growing with trees project

Kids get growing with trees project

05 November 2019

GREEN-minded pupils at an Inverness school donned their wellies and set to work as part of a tree-planting project.


Charity chief’s Stirling honour

Charity chief’s Stirling honour

Charity chief’s Stirling honour

04 November 2019

A CHARITY volunteer’s 25 years of service were recognised with an honorary doctorate in Inverness.


Inverness primary pupils prepare to plant trees

Inverness primary pupils prepare to plant trees

Inverness primary pupils prepare to plant trees

29 October 2019

Pupils at Balloch Primary in Inverness are preparing to plant 33 trees tomorrow in the fields next to the school and local hall.


‘It was nice to help the kids’

‘It was nice to help the kids’

‘It was nice to help the kids’

29 October 2019

A DEDICATED pupil support assistant who helped hundreds of children over 29 years at Charleston Academy has been honoured at a farewell dinner.


Moving talk planned for city college

Moving talk planned for city college

Moving talk planned for city college

27 October 2019

A FREE lecture on encouraging and supporting people to lead physically active lives is to be held in Inverness.


New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

New lease of life for building after £1.8m upgrade

23 October 2019

A city centre building owned by the Inverness Common Good Fund is now fully let after extensive refurbishment and investment of £1.8 million.


Uni set to answer questions

Uni set to answer questions

Uni set to answer questions

23 October 2019

The Open University (OU) is hosting two events in Inverness this week for both business and prospective students.


PICTURES: Inverness Gaelic pupils consider their career options

PICTURES: Inverness Gaelic pupils consider their career options

PICTURES: Inverness Gaelic pupils consider their career options

22 October 2019

P6 and P7 pupils at Bun-sgoil Ghàidhlig Inbhir Nis were involved in the organisation of the school’s first careers day.


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