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Last minute appeal for headteacher for Lochinver and Achiltibuie primary schools

Last minute appeal for headteacher for Lochinver and Achiltibuie primary schools

Last minute appeal for headteacher for Lochinver and Achiltibuie primary schools

The Highland Council is recruiting for a new £61,839-a-year head for the two schools


Highland Council lifts threat of closure from Brora nursery after strong opposition

Highland Council lifts threat of closure from Brora nursery after strong opposition

Highland Council lifts threat of closure from Brora nursery after strong opposition

Education officer Ian Jackson told parents earlier this week that the local authority did not intend to proceed with the closure proposal.


Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

Unions consulted as UHI North, West and Hebrides takes forward post-merger plans

UHI North, West and Hebrides is taking forward its post-merger plans to become a fully integrated organisation.


Lairg and District Learning Centre announces new classes including historic maps workshop

Lairg and District Learning Centre announces new classes including historic maps workshop

Lairg and District Learning Centre announces new classes including historic maps workshop

The learning centre is teaming up with ARCH Highland to run a free historical maps workshop.


Brora pupils cut sod with golden spade at symbolic groundbreaking ceremony for Old Clyne School project

Brora pupils cut sod with golden spade at symbolic groundbreaking ceremony for Old Clyne School project

Brora pupils cut sod with golden spade at symbolic groundbreaking ceremony for Old Clyne School project

Thurso-based O'Brien Construction will start work next Monday, April 1, to transform the building into a heritage centre and visitor attraction.


PICTURES: Rogart Primary School pupils enjoy learning in the great outdoors

PICTURES: Rogart Primary School pupils enjoy learning in the great outdoors

PICTURES: Rogart Primary School pupils enjoy learning in the great outdoors

Children use nature to inspire their creative and scientific projects.


Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

Highland Council’s £105,487-a-year education boss Nicky Grant is on ‘approved leave’

The council refuses to say what 'approve leave' is or why the top official does not appear to have been at work since at least February 21.


North pupil to represent Caithness, Sutherland and Ross at Scottish Youth Parliament

North pupil to represent Caithness, Sutherland and Ross at Scottish Youth Parliament

North pupil to represent Caithness, Sutherland and Ross at Scottish Youth Parliament

Alness Academy pupil, Jamie Dickson, has been chosen to represent Caithness, Sutherland and Ross at the Scottish Youth Parliament.


PICTURES: Honours for Bonar and Lairg primary pupils at Sutherland schools badminton tournament

PICTURES: Honours for Bonar and Lairg primary pupils at Sutherland schools badminton tournament

PICTURES: Honours for Bonar and Lairg primary pupils at Sutherland schools badminton tournament

Primary 6s and 7s competed in Golspie.


WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

WATCH: Highland Heroes secondary teacher says 'it takes a village to raise a child'

Recently moving from Golspie to Invergordon, Catherine Ferguson was "overwhelmed" to be named Highland Heroes' secondary teacher of the year.


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