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New headteacher announced for Inverness school


By Val Sweeney

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Inverness High School is to get a new headteacher.
Inverness High School is to get a new headteacher.

A new headteacher has been announced for Inverness High School.

It follows the resignation of John Rutter who stepped down from the role in October.

Vikki Forrester has been announced as his replacement.

A letter to parents and carers of pupils from Fiona Shearer, Highland Council's south area education and learning manager, states: "We are hopeful that Ms Forrester will be able to take up her post early in the new year.

"I am sure you will all join me in welcoming her to the school."

Mr Rutter had been at Inverness High School for more than nine years.

At the time of his resignation, he said: "There's a whole host of circumstances, some of them are personal, that have all come together at the same time, so I think it's probably time to move on."


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