Caithness, Sutherland and Ross MSP Maree Todd has praised North Highland College UHI for its "exceptional" response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Children from Castletown and Canisbay primary schools have enjoyed the freedom and excitement of a school trip at long last.
The North Highland College is one of three colleges in the UHI partnership to be recognised with a national award for a virtual school programme.
Crossroads Primary School is to be awarded a Silver Rights Respecting School Award by UNICEF UK – the first school in Caithness to be awarded Silver.
Members of the Education Committee have been updated on the successes of the Highland Virtual Academy (HVA) and future plans for digital learning.
A creative project encourages Highlanders to explore links between nature and mental wellbeing
Efforts are to be made to repair some of the damage the pandemic lockdowns inflicted on children and young people through a programme of activities.
A Caithness graduate has come top of the class after winning a University of the Highlands and Islands' engineering award.
The chair of Wick High School's Parent Council felt that yesterday's police action to remove youngsters from the former school was inevitable.
New research reveals nearly two thirds of people in Scotland support car-free zones outside schools to help more families walk to school.
A group of green-fingered parents of Thurso primary pupils put their thinking caps on to create a special purpose-built polycrub greenhouse.
Wick High School's counsellor has issued a message of support to pupils as part of the current Mental Health Awareness Week.