Teacher and support staff recruitment in the Highland Council area will now go ahead following the "extremely challenging" lockdown period.
A woman who raised money to have her leg amputated due to excruciating pain before becoming a para-canoeist is in the running for a Young Scot Award.
Pupils at a tiny north west Sutherland primary school are spending their summer holidays walking, running or cycling a collective 500 miles.
Sutherland’s leading councillor has thanked education staff for their hard work during lockdown.
A Far North law student, who is spending his summer working on family farms in Sutherland and Caithness, is celebrating academic success.
Dux of Golspie High School for the 2019/2020 academic year has been named as Phoebe Greaves of Golspie.
Lesson learned by teachers, pupils and parents during the coronavirus crisis show that use of digital tools is not simply a response to the pandemic.
North West Sutherland Schools Group, has said a fond farewell to three of its teachers.
An independent group of education experts wants to see children receive six extra hours of lessons a week over the next two years.
A business support organisation has launched a multimillion-pound campaign which could help Highland businesses hit by the coronavirus lockdown.
Highland Council will need more cash to get children back in education by the Scottish Government’s deadline in August, leading councillors say.
A POIGNANT poem has given an insight into how Golspie High School pupils are coping with isolation and lockdown.