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HISA refuses to support any UHI curriculum review that 'is aiming to limit' subject choices

HISA refuses to support any UHI curriculum review that 'is aiming to limit' subject choices

HISA refuses to support any UHI curriculum review that 'is aiming to limit' subject choices

Highlands and Islands Students’ Association (HISA) pledges all students – no matter what subject they are studying – are welcome here.


Highlands have worst school estate in Scotland

Highlands have worst school estate in Scotland

Highlands have worst school estate in Scotland

According to national figures one third of primaries and one quarter of secondaries that are in 'poor' condition in region


Families now able to access 1140 hours of early learning across the Highlands

Families now able to access 1140 hours of early learning across the Highlands

Families now able to access 1140 hours of early learning across the Highlands

Highland Council confirms Scottish Government requirement for start of the new academic year has been met


More than 1000 pupils and 150 staff are self-isolating due to the surge in Covid cases

More than 1000 pupils and 150 staff are self-isolating due to the surge in Covid cases

More than 1000 pupils and 150 staff are self-isolating due to the surge in Covid cases

Council bosses warns the pressure is mounting in tandem with the number of cases


New date set for meeting on roll-out of Gaelic medium education in Badenoch

New date set for meeting on roll-out of Gaelic medium education in Badenoch

New date set for meeting on roll-out of Gaelic medium education in Badenoch

Highland Council has provided contact details for those wanting to attend the meeting which is now being held online


Schools in Grantown, Kingussie and Aviemore hit by rise in Covid cases

Schools in Grantown, Kingussie and Aviemore hit by rise in Covid cases

Schools in Grantown, Kingussie and Aviemore hit by rise in Covid cases

A third of schools across Highland in primary, secondary and early learning settings are being hit by positive Covid-19 cases or localised outbreaks.


Gaelic medium education meeting in Newtonmore postponed due to rise in Covid cases

Gaelic medium education meeting in Newtonmore postponed due to rise in Covid cases

Gaelic medium education meeting in Newtonmore postponed due to rise in Covid cases

Plans to roll-out out Gaelic have proved controversial with fears local children could lose places at village school


Whole of senior year at Grantown Grammar School is told to self-isolate

Whole of senior year at Grantown Grammar School is told to self-isolate

Whole of senior year at Grantown Grammar School is told to self-isolate

Pupils have been asked to work from home as they did through lockdown and return at end of month


Covid-19 procedures to remain at Kingussie High School

Covid-19 procedures to remain at Kingussie High School

Covid-19 procedures to remain at Kingussie High School

'We understand that some pupils will be anxious about returning to school'


Concerns children could miss out on local school places in Newtonmore if Gaelic classes expanded

Concerns children could miss out on local school places in Newtonmore if Gaelic classes expanded

Concerns children could miss out on local school places in Newtonmore if Gaelic classes expanded

Highland Council to outline plans at one of the first public meetings to be held in region since Covid pandemic started


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