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Douglas Ross promises thousands more teachers

Douglas Ross promises thousands more teachers

Douglas Ross promises thousands more teachers

Scottish Conservative leader MP Douglas Ross aims to overhaul education in Scotland with an ambitious £550 million investment in 3000 new teachers.


Scottish Government funding of £2.2 million will deliver 52 new teaching and support staff for Highland schools

Scottish Government funding of £2.2 million will deliver 52 new teaching and support staff for Highland schools

Scottish Government funding of £2.2 million will deliver 52 new teaching and support staff for Highland schools

The cash will be delivered over the next two years and will go directly on hiring staff to support education through the pandemic


'Now more than ever the school needs our support'

'Now more than ever the school needs our support'

'Now more than ever the school needs our support'

A school's parent council has praised its rector for putting pupils' wellbeing first.


Dornoch Academy pupil tests positive for Covid-19

Dornoch Academy pupil tests positive for Covid-19

Dornoch Academy pupil tests positive for Covid-19

A pupil at Dornoch Academy has tested positive for Covid-19 – while 68 others have been asked to self-isolate.


PICTURES: New primary one pupils at Sutherland schools

PICTURES: New primary one pupils at Sutherland schools

PICTURES: New primary one pupils at Sutherland schools

New primary one pupils have been settling in at schools across the far north.


Golspie hair stylist reaches end of traineeship and says mentor is a cut above

Golspie hair stylist reaches end of traineeship and says mentor is a cut above

Golspie hair stylist reaches end of traineeship and says mentor is a cut above

A newly qualified hair stylist has thanked the Golspie businesswoman who gave her the opportunity of training in her chosen career.


UHI rates well among postgraduate students

UHI rates well among postgraduate students

UHI rates well among postgraduate students

The University of the Highlands and Islands has been rated highly in a UK-wide survey of postgraduate students.


Teacher recruitment drive bears fruit

Teacher recruitment drive bears fruit

Teacher recruitment drive bears fruit

A recruitment campaign aimed at filling promoted teacher posts across the Highlands – amongst them one in Easter Ross – is bearing fruit.


Teenage musician from Ullapool awarded place in National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland

Teenage musician from Ullapool awarded place in National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland

Teenage musician from Ullapool awarded place in National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland

A Wester Ross teenager has earned a place in the National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland Development Band.


Friends of Brora Primary School set up fundraiser towards playpark upgrade

Friends of Brora Primary School set up fundraiser towards playpark upgrade

Friends of Brora Primary School set up fundraiser towards playpark upgrade

A FUNDRAISING drive is under way in a bid to revitalise a decades old Sutherland community playpark.


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