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Highland school will remain closed to second and third year pupils, due to Covid. Inverness High School pupils to work on Google Classrooms

By Louise Glen

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PARENTS and pupils of second and third year pupils at a Highland school have been told to stay at home tomorrow, Wednesday.
The school was closed to pupils today, and head teacher John Rutter has confirmed the school will stay closed for a further day.

On Monday and today, Tuesday, Lochardil Primary School and Early Learning Centre was also closed due to rising Covid cases.

Mr Rutter said: "I regret to have to tell you, following discussions with Highland Council, that Inverness High School will remain closed to pupils from S2 and S3 tomorrow (Wednesday November 9).

"We are hoping to open fully again on Thursday and I will let you know as soon as I can tomorrow.

"Where possible, teachers will provide some work on the Google Classrooms but please be aware this may not be available for all classes."

Mr Rutter then thanked parents and pupils for their understanding.

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