It is still too early to set out finalised plans of what the return to school will look like, Highland Council’s education chairman has said.
Preparations are being made for schools to return in August area following the publication of the Scottish Government’s route map out of lockdown.
Families and carers in Caithness, Sutherland and Ross-shire are being offered a new way to play and learn together at home during the pandemic.
An online school poetry session during the coronavirus lockdown has inspired a Caithness parent to express her thoughts on the situation in verse.
Members of Thurso Boys' Brigade are to help local kids get creative and beat the lockdown blues with doorstep deliveries of Covid-19 craft packs.
The University of the Highlands and Islands has launched an emergency fund to help students who have been affected by the coronavirus crisis.
New guidance to support the home learning of children and young people during the new term has been issued by the Scottish Government.
A Latheronwheel mum is fighting on to have allergy care policy statutory in all schools and nurseries after her government petition was dismissed.
This week marks one year since the UK’s first Norwegian-style learning centres officially opened in the Highlands, with Thurso leading the way.
Wick High School sent out a message saying it is 'working hard to ensure that fair and appropriate estimates' are compiled for its pupils
With schools across the county closing their doors last week a home learning initiative has been rolled out to pupils.
WITH schools closing today for the foreseeable future, it may be difficult for many parents to fill the void in their child's life.