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Another Highland secondary hit as pupil tests positive for Covid-19

Another Highland secondary hit as pupil tests positive for Covid-19

Another Highland secondary hit as pupil tests positive for Covid-19

A second Highland school has been hit by coronavirus following confirmation of a case involving a pupil at a secondary in Ross-shire.


Police hunt vandals after fire at school's outdoor classroom

Police hunt vandals after fire at school's outdoor classroom

Police hunt vandals after fire at school's outdoor classroom

"HORRIBLE" vandalism at a primary school has left a parent council saddened, after "significant" damage was done to a vital outdoor classroom.


Persistence pays off for talented Inverness schoolgirl

Persistence pays off for talented Inverness schoolgirl

Persistence pays off for talented Inverness schoolgirl

A character created by the eight-year-old Cradlehall Primary pupil will rub shoulders with legends such as Dennis the Menace and Gnasher in the comic.


High school Covid-19 case prompts self-isolation call for S4-S6 pupils

High school Covid-19 case prompts self-isolation call for S4-S6 pupils

High school Covid-19 case prompts self-isolation call for S4-S6 pupils

SENIOR pupils at a Highland high school have been urged to self-isolate after one of them tested positive for Covid-19.


New career podcasts seek to inspire next generation of Highland students

New career podcasts seek to inspire next generation of Highland students

New career podcasts seek to inspire next generation of Highland students

A NEW podcast series aiming to help current Highland students and graduates navigate their future career and employment options has been launched.


Strathdearn nursery gets gold stars in care Inspectorate report

Strathdearn nursery gets gold stars in care Inspectorate report

Strathdearn nursery gets gold stars in care Inspectorate report

A Tomatin nursery has been praised for high standards in day care in a report by the Care Inspectorate.


UHI given flying marks in UK student survey

UHI given flying marks in UK student survey

UHI given flying marks in UK student survey

Postgraduate students have given top marks to the University of the Highlands and Islands in a nationwide survey.


U-turn on council plans to delay roll out of government-funded childcare

U-turn on council plans to delay roll out of government-funded childcare

U-turn on council plans to delay roll out of government-funded childcare

Highland Council has announced a U-turn on provision of additional free childcare after pressure from politicians and parents.


Celebrities join Highlands and Islands Students’ Association for virtual Freshers Week

Celebrities join Highlands and Islands Students’ Association for virtual Freshers Week

Celebrities join Highlands and Islands Students’ Association for virtual Freshers Week

Highlands and Islands Students’ Association has launched a virtual freshers campaign in light of covid restrictions on colleges and universities.


Wear extra clothing to school, says new Highland education boss

Wear extra clothing to school, says new Highland education boss

Wear extra clothing to school, says new Highland education boss

Highland Council advises parents to see that their children wear extra clothing to school as part of a strategy to combat Covid-19.


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