Home   News   Education

EDUCATION




Pupils put best feet forward for runaway success in Highland High Life's virtual exercise drive

Pupils put best feet forward for runaway success in Highland High Life's virtual exercise drive

Pupils put best feet forward for runaway success in Highland High Life's virtual exercise drive

More than 4500 Highland pupils from 114 schools ensured a sports and culture charity’s virtual fitness exercise drive was a runaway success.


Further Covid cases identified at an Inverness primary school – all parents have been informed

Further Covid cases identified at an Inverness primary school – all parents have been informed

Further Covid cases identified at an Inverness primary school – all parents have been informed

Dr Jenny Wares, consultant in public health medicine, has written to parents at Duncan Forbes Primary School to inform them of the situation.


Hiking duo hit fundraising target to bring young people to Antarctica

Hiking duo hit fundraising target to bring young people to Antarctica

Hiking duo hit fundraising target to bring young people to Antarctica

Two British adventurers who hiked across the Highlands are looking to bring disadvantaged young people on an Antarctic expedition.


WATCH: Online media law with Dr Holly Powell-Jones for our anti-trolling campaign

WATCH: Online media law with Dr Holly Powell-Jones for our anti-trolling campaign

WATCH: Online media law with Dr Holly Powell-Jones for our anti-trolling campaign

We spoke to online media law expert and lecturer Dr Holly Powell-Jones about certain legal aspects of online behaviour.


‘Let’s teach on climate crisis’

‘Let’s teach on climate crisis’

‘Let’s teach on climate crisis’

A youth-led campaign to refocus the entire education system on the world’s climate emergency hit Inverness last week.


Wheelchair will enable Nairn Academy pupils with disabilities to explore remoter parts of the Highlands

Wheelchair will enable Nairn Academy pupils with disabilities to explore remoter parts of the Highlands

Wheelchair will enable Nairn Academy pupils with disabilities to explore remoter parts of the Highlands

A Nairn Academy project to help young people with disabilities explore remoter Highland areas has been supported by Nairn River Community Council.


Primary school in Inverness opens the doors of its new nursery

Primary school in Inverness opens the doors of its new nursery

Primary school in Inverness opens the doors of its new nursery

Young pupils at an Inverness school have had their first encounter with their new learning space.


School closes over water supply failure

School closes over water supply failure

School closes over water supply failure

A WATER supply failure forced the closure of an Inverness school this afternoon.


Election 2021: Fears of a 'brain drain' as young graduates struggle for work

Election 2021: Fears of a 'brain drain' as young graduates struggle for work

Election 2021: Fears of a 'brain drain' as young graduates struggle for work

Far north candidate Molly Nolan says the government must prioritise 'affordable housing, digital connectivity and creating new green jobs'


Science festival goes global with busy online programme

Science festival goes global with busy online programme

Science festival goes global with busy online programme

A GLOBAL audience could enjoy the ever-popular Inverness Science Festival when it returns this month – after it embraced an online format.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More
');