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New teachers in Highlands gather for socially-distanced celebrations

New teachers in Highlands gather for socially-distanced celebrations

New teachers in Highlands gather for socially-distanced celebrations

The newest batch of Highland teachers gathered for a socially distanced celebration in Inverness.


Maree Todd urges parents to apply for grants

Maree Todd urges parents to apply for grants

Maree Todd urges parents to apply for grants

The Scottish Government's School Clothing Grant has so far provided £469,000 to support 4333 school children in the Highlands.


Scottish Conservatives propose two year work guarantee for newly qualified teachers

Scottish Conservatives propose two year work guarantee for newly qualified teachers

Scottish Conservatives propose two year work guarantee for newly qualified teachers

It is hoped the plan would help increase teacher numbers.


Childcare site changes hands

Childcare site changes hands

Childcare site changes hands

The Care and Learning Alliance (CALA) the is new operator of a childcare centre at Inverness Campus.


Inside Holyrood: Reforms are key to making real education progress

Inside Holyrood: Reforms are key to making real education progress

Inside Holyrood: Reforms are key to making real education progress

MSP Fergus Ewing says it is 'encouraging' to see a record number of young people going to positive destinations after school


PICTURES: Pupils await exam results after studying importance of mental health and wellbeing during coronavirus pandemic

PICTURES: Pupils await exam results after studying importance of mental health and wellbeing during coronavirus pandemic

PICTURES: Pupils await exam results after studying importance of mental health and wellbeing during coronavirus pandemic

Pupils at an Inverness school hope to reap the rewards of their hard work studying the importance of mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.


Hopes of easing overcrowding at Culloden Academy with portacabin classrooms are dealt a blow

Hopes of easing overcrowding at Culloden Academy with portacabin classrooms are dealt a blow

Hopes of easing overcrowding at Culloden Academy with portacabin classrooms are dealt a blow

Historic Environment Scotland want further site investigations to ensure safeguard no Battle of Culloden artefacts are lost


‘Capacity is fine at town primaries’

‘Capacity is fine at town primaries’

‘Capacity is fine at town primaries’

Claims that primary schools in Nairn are at capacity have been rejected at a meeting of the Nairnshire area committee of Highland Council.


Crime writer Peter May gifts £10,000 to University of the Highlands and Islands for new prize for emerging writers

Crime writer Peter May gifts £10,000 to University of the Highlands and Islands for new prize for emerging writers

Crime writer Peter May gifts £10,000 to University of the Highlands and Islands for new prize for emerging writers

Crime writer Peter May has gifted £10,000 to the University of the Highlands and Islands to establish a decade of student prizes for fiction writing.


Petition to halt school janitor move

Petition to halt school janitor move

Petition to halt school janitor move

AN Inverness community has rallied round to keep their school janitor from being “stolen” after 18 years.


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