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Career opportunities on offer at Highland castle's recruitment fair

Career opportunities on offer at Highland castle's recruitment fair

Career opportunities on offer at Highland castle's recruitment fair

28 January 2022

An all-day careers event will be held at Skibo Castle in February to help the private members club recruit new staff.


Donate your old PCs and laptops at Brora and Dornoch libraries to help get tech to tots and teens

Donate your old PCs and laptops at Brora and Dornoch libraries to help get tech to tots and teens

Donate your old PCs and laptops at Brora and Dornoch libraries to help get tech to tots and teens

26 January 2022

A community interest company has teamed up with High Life Highland libraries to help give children access to technology.


Wester Ross school nominated in Gaelic short film awards

Wester Ross school nominated in Gaelic short film awards

Wester Ross school nominated in Gaelic short film awards

19 January 2022

A Gaelic film produced by a Wester Ross high school has been shortlisted for an award in the prestigious Gaelic short film competition, 'FilmG'.


Farr Primary Nursery School in Bettyhill closed today

Farr Primary Nursery School in Bettyhill closed today

Farr Primary Nursery School in Bettyhill closed today

19 January 2022

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


Abertay University secretary to take up new role with UHI

Abertay University secretary to take up new role with UHI

Abertay University secretary to take up new role with UHI

17 January 2022

Experienced adviser Sheena Stewart has been appointed as university secretary at the University of the Highlands and Islands


North west high school geared up to promote benefits of cycling

North west high school geared up to promote benefits of cycling

North west high school geared up to promote benefits of cycling

17 January 2022

Gairloch High School pupils are ready to ‘get on their bike’ after receiving funding from Cycling Scotland.


Former First Minister praises University of the Highlands and Islands project to encourage more north youngsters into science and engineering careers

Former First Minister praises University of the Highlands and Islands project to encourage more north youngsters into science and engineering careers

Former First Minister praises University of the Highlands and Islands project to encourage more north youngsters into science and engineering careers

13 January 2022

Report finds University of the Highlands and Islands project has helped young people gain better access to vital science and technology education


Tongue Primary School and Kinlochbervie Preschool shut today

Tongue Primary School and Kinlochbervie Preschool shut today

Tongue Primary School and Kinlochbervie Preschool shut today

13 January 2022

"Bad weather" and "unforeseen circumstances" are the reasons for the closures.


Former First Minister praises University of the Highlands and Islands project to encourage more north youngsters into science and engineering careers

Former First Minister praises University of the Highlands and Islands project to encourage more north youngsters into science and engineering careers

Former First Minister praises University of the Highlands and Islands project to encourage more north youngsters into science and engineering careers

12 January 2022

Report finds University of the Highlands and Islands project has helped young people gain better access to vital science and technology education


Lairg and District Learning Centre virtual session on how to talk to children about climate change

Lairg and District Learning Centre virtual session on how to talk to children about climate change

Lairg and District Learning Centre virtual session on how to talk to children about climate change

11 January 2022

The event will give advice and information on how to discuss climate change with children in a simple, fun and empowering way.


North Highland College UHI students, staff and stakeholders to have their say on merger plans

North Highland College UHI students, staff and stakeholders to have their say on merger plans

North Highland College UHI students, staff and stakeholders to have their say on merger plans

10 January 2022

Students, staff and other stakeholders will have the opportunity to have their say on plans to merge North Highland College UHI next week


North Highland College UHI leads the way with digital learning

North Highland College UHI leads the way with digital learning

North Highland College UHI leads the way with digital learning

09 January 2022

Virtual School given the nod at national awards.


Highland Primary Schools virtual Q&A sessions on Climate Change and COP26 hailed a success

Highland Primary Schools virtual Q&A sessions on Climate Change and COP26 hailed a success

Highland Primary Schools virtual Q&A sessions on Climate Change and COP26 hailed a success

07 January 2022

Highland school pupils have been learning more about climate change thanks to online Q&A sessions held by members of the council’s Climate Change Team


Fond farewell as Golspie High School technician (72) retires after 48 years with education service

Fond farewell as Golspie High School technician (72) retires after 48 years with education service

Fond farewell as Golspie High School technician (72) retires after 48 years with education service

06 January 2022

Staff held a socially distanced, outdoor tea party in Mr McRae's honour.


Sutherland schools hit by closures on first day of new term

Sutherland schools hit by closures on first day of new term

Sutherland schools hit by closures on first day of new term

06 January 2022

Durness Primary School and Kinlochbervie Preschool are closed due to "unforeseen circumstances".


Highland Council donates maths sets to support children in some of the poorest parts of Europe

Highland Council donates maths sets to support children in some of the poorest parts of Europe

Highland Council donates maths sets to support children in some of the poorest parts of Europe

05 January 2022

Blythswood thanked the council saying the materials will now be used in after-school programmes


Farr Primary School's reverse advent calendar gives boost to foodbank

Farr Primary School's reverse advent calendar gives boost to foodbank

Farr Primary School's reverse advent calendar gives boost to foodbank

04 January 2022

Reverse advent calendars encourage giving rather than receiving.


Helmsdale and Brora pupils get into the festive fun

Helmsdale and Brora pupils get into the festive fun

Helmsdale and Brora pupils get into the festive fun

28 December 2021

PUPILS and staff at Brora and Helmsdale’s primaries did their best to wish everyone from their school communities a very happy Christmas.


No funds for swimming pool in new school campus

No funds for swimming pool in new school campus

No funds for swimming pool in new school campus

25 December 2021

HIGHLAND Council has been challenged to tell the community of Tain why it is forging ahead with a new school campus without a swimming pool.


£6.4 million in extra teacher cash for Highland Council welcomed by MSP

£6.4 million in extra teacher cash for Highland Council welcomed by MSP

£6.4 million in extra teacher cash for Highland Council welcomed by MSP

23 December 2021

A HIGHLAND MSP has welcomed news that more than £6.4 million has been allocated to help Highland Council recruit additional teachers.


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