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Inverness school vows to dish out free meals to pupils

By Andrew Dixon

Inverness High School.
Inverness High School.

Inverness High School will hand out lunch to pupils next week.

Many pupils finished school yesterday – for an indefinite period – in a bid to contain the coronavirus.

Children of key workers, as defined by Highland Council will be allowed to go to school.

A spokesman for Inverness High School said: "Inverness High will be open from 11am-2pm next week for food collection.

"This is for children who would normally receive a free school meal within the Inverness High area.

"Staff have volunteered to hand out lunch on arrival.

"This is not a childcare service for key workers, it is for food collection for pupils to receive their free school meals each day."

Related article: Highland Council announces temporary childcare for essential workers

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