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Local authority begins planning for a 'careful and gradual' return to school from August 11 with all views taken into account

Local authority begins planning for a 'careful and gradual' return to school from August 11 with all views taken into account

Local authority begins planning for a 'careful and gradual' return to school from August 11 with all views taken into account

31 May 2020

Highland Council is assessing the implications concerning teachers and other education staff returning to schools next month to prepare for return.


How North Coast Campus pupils are learning in lockdown

How North Coast Campus pupils are learning in lockdown

How North Coast Campus pupils are learning in lockdown

24 May 2020

They may be in lockdown but that doesn’t mean their education has been forgotten.


UHI launches new fund to help students affected by coronavirus

UHI launches new fund to help students affected by coronavirus

UHI launches new fund to help students affected by coronavirus

28 April 2020

The University of the Highlands and Islands has launched an emergency fund to help students who have been affected by the coronavirus crisis.


Hand wash competition for Sutherland pupils

Hand wash competition for Sutherland pupils

Hand wash competition for Sutherland pupils

10 April 2020

Hand wash competition for Sutherland pupils


9 of the best online educational resources to keep kids learning from home

9 of the best online educational resources to keep kids learning from home

9 of the best online educational resources to keep kids learning from home

21 March 2020

WITH schools closing today for the foreseeable future, it may be difficult for many parents to fill the void in their child's life.


Pupils to get results by August 4 according to SQA

Pupils to get results by August 4 according to SQA

Pupils to get results by August 4 according to SQA

19 March 2020

THE Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) is aiming to certify pupil's grades and results by August 4, the chief examiner has revealed.


Free school meals to continue during coronavirus crisis

Free school meals to continue during coronavirus crisis

Free school meals to continue during coronavirus crisis

19 March 2020

EDUCATION Secretary John Swinney said free school meals will continue amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


No exams for Scottish pupils this year in wake of coronavirus

No exams for Scottish pupils this year in wake of coronavirus

No exams for Scottish pupils this year in wake of coronavirus

19 March 2020

EDUCATION Secretary John Swinney has said exams will be scrapped for school pupils this year as schools get set to close for the foreseeable future.


Coronavirus: Schools to close across Scotland

Coronavirus: Schools to close across Scotland

Coronavirus: Schools to close across Scotland

18 March 2020

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed that schools will almost certainly close on Friday.


Open evening at college will highlight job opportunities

Open evening at college will highlight job opportunities

Open evening at college will highlight job opportunities

29 February 2020

Employers from across the Highlands will be promoting a range of apprenticeship job opportunities at an open evening next week.


Impressive entry from Tain Royal Academy wins senior category of Highland Hospice apprentice competition

Impressive entry from Tain Royal Academy wins senior category of Highland Hospice apprentice competition

Impressive entry from Tain Royal Academy wins senior category of Highland Hospice apprentice competition

24 February 2020

BUDDING businessfolk put their entrepreneurial skills to the test in aid of Highland Hospice with a Tain team leading the way.


Call for action at Farr High School over damp music room

Call for action at Farr High School over damp music room

Call for action at Farr High School over damp music room

20 February 2020

Parents at a Sutherland high school are raising concerns at a lack of action from the local authority over sub-standard classroom accommodation.


Bonar book bugs’ library joy

Bonar book bugs’ library joy

Bonar book bugs’ library joy

20 February 2020

The library at a small East Sutherland primary school has been transformed, thanks to the generosity of a local organisation.


Up and coming young Sutherland musicians to share stage with established folk performer

Up and coming young Sutherland musicians to share stage with established folk performer

Up and coming young Sutherland musicians to share stage with established folk performer

18 February 2020

A talented young Sutherland musician has been selected to perform alongside an established folk musician when he performs in the county next month.


Engineering apprentice from Dornoch in line for award

Engineering apprentice from Dornoch in line for award

Engineering apprentice from Dornoch in line for award

04 February 2020

A DORNOCH teenager has been shortlisted in the Lantra Scotland learner of the year awards.


Books show’s carbon intent

Books show’s carbon intent

Books show’s carbon intent

15 January 2020

An exhibition launches in Sutherland next week with the aim of inspiring visitors to reduce their carbon footprint.


Festive farewell at Helmsdale for 'awesome' art teacher

Festive farewell at Helmsdale for 'awesome' art teacher

Festive farewell at Helmsdale for 'awesome' art teacher

07 January 2020

Pupils at a Sutherland school have said a fond farewell to an “awesome” teacher.


Tain Academy festive fair will raise money for Highland Hospice as part of challenge

Tain Academy festive fair will raise money for Highland Hospice as part of challenge

Tain Academy festive fair will raise money for Highland Hospice as part of challenge

06 December 2019

A GROUP of Tain Royal Academy pupils has worked to organise a Christmas fair to benefit Highland Hospice.


Third quiz win for Dornoch Primary

Third quiz win for Dornoch Primary

Third quiz win for Dornoch Primary

29 November 2019

East Sutherland Rotary Club’s Primary School Quiz was held in Lairg Community Hall last week.


Magic tricks wow festival

Magic tricks wow festival

Magic tricks wow festival

12 November 2019

A CHEMISTRY teacher from Sutherland has wowed delegates at a festival by showing how magic illusions can be used to teach science.


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