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Primary pupils rise to High Life Highlands' Virtual Running Challenge

Primary pupils rise to High Life Highlands' Virtual Running Challenge

Primary pupils rise to High Life Highlands' Virtual Running Challenge

11 April 2022

Children across the Highlands have run over 24,000km as part of a challenge by High Life Highland (HLH)


Generous couple give up on holiday and instead boost Helmsdale Primary School funds

Generous couple give up on holiday and instead boost Helmsdale Primary School funds

Generous couple give up on holiday and instead boost Helmsdale Primary School funds

11 April 2022

Pupils made a thank-you banner to show Mr Willmot how much the generosity was appreciated.


Primary pupils rise to High Life Highlands' Virtual Running Challenge

Primary pupils rise to High Life Highlands' Virtual Running Challenge

Primary pupils rise to High Life Highlands' Virtual Running Challenge

11 April 2022

Children across the Highlands have run over 24,000km as part of a challenge by High Life Highland (HLH)


Mikeysline expansion brings mental health support service to Alness

Mikeysline expansion brings mental health support service to Alness

Mikeysline expansion brings mental health support service to Alness

11 April 2022

Charity Mikeysline has launched a new service in Easter Ross to support young people who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health


North Coast headteacher tells Sutherland councillors of concern over rising stress and anxiety levels in pupils, with the war in Ukraine a factor

North Coast headteacher tells Sutherland councillors of concern over rising stress and anxiety levels in pupils, with the war in Ukraine a factor

North Coast headteacher tells Sutherland councillors of concern over rising stress and anxiety levels in pupils, with the war in Ukraine a factor

09 April 2022

Ms Wood passed on her concerns to Sutherland County Committee at its last meeting


Helmsdale pupils' delight at royal reply to Platinum Jubilee good wishes. Queen recalls her 1964 visit to the school

Helmsdale pupils' delight at royal reply to Platinum Jubilee good wishes. Queen recalls her 1964 visit to the school

Helmsdale pupils' delight at royal reply to Platinum Jubilee good wishes. Queen recalls her 1964 visit to the school

05 April 2022

The response came on notepaper headed Windsor Castle and with a crest on it.


Hair-raising lessons at Golspie High School

Hair-raising lessons at Golspie High School

Hair-raising lessons at Golspie High School

04 April 2022

The school has bought a Van De Graaff generator which generates static electricity by using friction.


Brora Primary Parent Council plan community fete to raise money for next stage of play park renovation

Brora Primary Parent Council plan community fete to raise money for next stage of play park renovation

Brora Primary Parent Council plan community fete to raise money for next stage of play park renovation

30 March 2022

The fundraising event is to raise money for phase two of the community play park project.


Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

Schools warned to stock up on meat after butcher ends association with council

25 March 2022

Risk school canteens could soon run out of meat after butcher declined to tender to renew council contract


Rosehall Primary closed due to Covid related issues

Rosehall Primary closed due to Covid related issues

Rosehall Primary closed due to Covid related issues

25 March 2022

The Sutherland primary will join three other schools that will not be operating fully today.


Enterprising Highland and Moray youngsters eco-friendly ideas are winners at Young Enterprise Scotland company competition

Enterprising Highland and Moray youngsters eco-friendly ideas are winners at Young Enterprise Scotland company competition

Enterprising Highland and Moray youngsters eco-friendly ideas are winners at Young Enterprise Scotland company competition

24 March 2022

A Black Isle school cleaned up at the Highland and Moray Young Enterprise Scotland company competition by turning washing machines into fire pits


Inverness College UHI student's new design will help charity Counselling Highland spread the word about its services

Inverness College UHI student's new design will help charity Counselling Highland spread the word about its services

Inverness College UHI student's new design will help charity Counselling Highland spread the word about its services

22 March 2022

AN Inverness College UHI student will see her design work brought to life as part of a Highland charity’s rebrand


University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) gives budding entrepreneurs extra week to work on business ideas

University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) gives budding entrepreneurs extra week to work on business ideas

University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) gives budding entrepreneurs extra week to work on business ideas

20 March 2022

Budding entrepreneurs have a little longer to share their best business ideas and have a chance of sharing in £8000 of prize money


Brora and Helmsdale pupils collect Pennies for Peace

Brora and Helmsdale pupils collect Pennies for Peace

Brora and Helmsdale pupils collect Pennies for Peace

17 March 2022

Both schools heard about the work of Red Cross and ShelterBox.


Highland Council is ranked the worst in Scotland for literacy and numeracy in P1, P4 and P7

Highland Council is ranked the worst in Scotland for literacy and numeracy in P1, P4 and P7

Highland Council is ranked the worst in Scotland for literacy and numeracy in P1, P4 and P7

15 March 2022

The revelations sparked calls for an overhaul of education


Tongue Primary Nursery partially closed due to Covid related issues

Tongue Primary Nursery partially closed due to Covid related issues

Tongue Primary Nursery partially closed due to Covid related issues

14 March 2022

A north Sutherland primary nursery will join three other schools that will not be operating fully today.


Scottish economy minister Kate Forbes officially opens Dingwall's new science education facility

Scottish economy minister Kate Forbes officially opens Dingwall's new science education facility

Scottish economy minister Kate Forbes officially opens Dingwall's new science education facility

12 March 2022

The latest in a series of new facilities aimed at stimulating interest in science and technology has been officially opened in Dingwall


History of north west Sutherland Iron Age broch chronicled in new book

History of north west Sutherland Iron Age broch chronicled in new book

History of north west Sutherland Iron Age broch chronicled in new book

12 March 2022

A new book chronicling the history of an Iron Age broch in north west Sutherland has been released


Thurso college reports on the increasing professionalism of gamekeeping

Thurso college reports on the increasing professionalism of gamekeeping

Thurso college reports on the increasing professionalism of gamekeeping

11 March 2022

North Highland College recognises that an industry recognised degree 'provides the increased professionalism' in making gamekeeping a career option.


North Coast head teacher speaks out about 'challenging' Care Inspectorate visit to Tongue nursery

North Coast head teacher speaks out about 'challenging' Care Inspectorate visit to Tongue nursery

North Coast head teacher speaks out about 'challenging' Care Inspectorate visit to Tongue nursery

11 March 2022

Inspectors arrived at the facility unannounced at the start of the new academic year in September 2021.


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