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Highland Council to provide school meals throughout Easter holidays

Highland Council to provide school meals throughout Easter holidays

Highland Council to provide school meals throughout Easter holidays

Highland Council will continue to provide school meals through e-vouchers to families throughout what would have been the school Easter break.


Council's deadline for childcare for key workers extended

Council's deadline for childcare for key workers extended

Council's deadline for childcare for key workers extended

Highland Council has extended the deadline for key workers to apply for childcare during the coronavirus crisis.


9 of the best online educational resources to keep kids learning from home

9 of the best online educational resources to keep kids learning from home

9 of the best online educational resources to keep kids learning from home

WITH schools closing today for the foreseeable future, it may be difficult for many parents to fill the void in their child's life.


Highland Council reveals more details of temporary childcare for essential workers

Highland Council reveals more details of temporary childcare for essential workers

Highland Council reveals more details of temporary childcare for essential workers

Highland Council has set up a process for key workers to apply for childcare.


Pupils to get results by August 4 according to SQA

Pupils to get results by August 4 according to SQA

Pupils to get results by August 4 according to SQA

THE Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) is aiming to certify pupil's grades and results by August 4, the chief examiner has revealed.


Education Secretary announces free school meals will continue during coronavirus crisis

Education Secretary announces free school meals will continue during coronavirus crisis

Education Secretary announces free school meals will continue during coronavirus crisis

Education Secretary John Swinney said free school meals will continue amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.


No exams for Scottish pupils this year in wake of coronavirus Scottish Government confirms

No exams for Scottish pupils this year in wake of coronavirus Scottish Government confirms

No exams for Scottish pupils this year in wake of coronavirus Scottish Government confirms

Education Secretary John Swinney has said exams will be scrapped for school pupils this year as schools get set to close for the foreseeable future.


Kingussie High School has closed its junior section for pupils from S1 to S3 from today due to staff shortages

Kingussie High School has closed its junior section for pupils from S1 to S3 from today due to staff shortages

Kingussie High School has closed its junior section for pupils from S1 to S3 from today due to staff shortages

UK schools will close from the end of tomorrow although some classrooms across the country will remain open for the pupils of key workers


Coronavirus: Schools to close across Scotland

Coronavirus: Schools to close across Scotland

Coronavirus: Schools to close across Scotland

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed that schools will almost certainly close on Friday.


Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Coronavirus presents an 'unprecedented challenge' to Highland Council

Top Highland Council officials have revealed that work is well under way to deal with the impact on services presented by the coronavirus outbreak.


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