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Welcome surprise with Highland exams.

Welcome surprise with Highland exams.

Welcome surprise with Highland exams.

Highland first as pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds score higher pass rate than those from least deprived areas.


The Highlands has the worst school estates in Scotland for the condition of buildings

The Highlands has the worst school estates in Scotland for the condition of buildings

The Highlands has the worst school estates in Scotland for the condition of buildings

According to national figures one third of primaries and one quarter of secondaries that are in 'poor' condition are in the Highlands


Councillors are set to decide on a massive borrowing package for Culloden Academy

Councillors are set to decide on a massive borrowing package for Culloden Academy

Councillors are set to decide on a massive borrowing package for Culloden Academy

Up to £10 million is potentially available for the overcrowded school but parents remain cautious


Culloden kids crossing danger

Culloden kids crossing danger

Culloden kids crossing danger

Culloden Academy pupils in "horrendously dangerous" situation at busy crossing after lights failed says concerned parent


'No hidden agenda about courses or subject areas being more important than others' says UHI principal

'No hidden agenda about courses or subject areas being more important than others' says UHI principal

'No hidden agenda about courses or subject areas being more important than others' says UHI principal

Professor Todd Walker, principal and vice-chancellor of the University of the Highlands and Islands, has issued a statement via social media.


Pupils at Nairn Primary School to work with writer and illustrator John Fardell on creative project

Pupils at Nairn Primary School to work with writer and illustrator John Fardell on creative project

Pupils at Nairn Primary School to work with writer and illustrator John Fardell on creative project

A Nairn primary school is among 10 schools in Scotland chosen to receive a fully-funded author residency to inspire a love of reading and writing.


'There will be no more vanity courses' at UHI

'There will be no more vanity courses' at UHI

'There will be no more vanity courses' at UHI

FUTURE learning at the UHI will be much more closely tailored to booming sectors of the economy, the establishment’s new leader has said.


UHI accreditation for engineering courses

UHI accreditation for engineering courses

UHI accreditation for engineering courses

'The construction sector is really starting to boom again, and civil engineers will always be in demand'


More than 1000 pupils and 150 staff are self-isolating due to the surge in Covid cases

More than 1000 pupils and 150 staff are self-isolating due to the surge in Covid cases

More than 1000 pupils and 150 staff are self-isolating due to the surge in Covid cases

Council bosses warns the pressure is mounting in tandem with the number of cases


Inverness-shire pupils learn commerce

Inverness-shire pupils learn commerce

Inverness-shire pupils learn commerce

ENTERPRISING pupils at Fort Augustus and Inverness High School have been venturing into the world of business.


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