Acting depute head Lisa Mackenzie said: “It is an amazing achievement for a school and nursery with only 50 pupils."
Leslie Sharp said there were no learning disability schools, no overnight respite facilities and no youth activity groups in the area.
With the new books set to arrive later this summer, the pupils are already engaged in a project to design a logo for the newly named Hope Library.
Art pupils at Golspie High School were challenged some months ago to come up with a logo to represent Golspie Community Council.
The pupil volunteers have run after-school sports and active games clubs in Tongue, Bettyhill and Melvich.
Best-selling writer Peter May has gifted £10,000 to UHI as part of its 10th anniversary celebrations.
Parents are celebrating after funding was “guaranteed” for repairs and replacement of schools in Invergordon and Dingwall.
Pupils have enjoyed den building, mini beast hunting, rock pooling and marshmallow toasting.
Art teacher Ian Westacott is leaving after more than 20 years spent in Sutherland schools.
Highland Council has appointed Nicky Grant as the executive chief officer (ECO) for education and learning.
The proposed development, by Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), will be built on the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) Inverness Campus.
The RotaKids Presidential Citation is given in recognition of the highest level of achievement.