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Helpline will offer support as exam results come out

Helpline will offer support as exam results come out

Helpline will offer support as exam results come out

Thousands of young people can access dedicated support on exam results when Skills Development Scotland's Results Helpline opens on Tuesday.


Highland education chief in shock exit – 10 weeks after being appointed to £936-a-day post

Highland education chief in shock exit – 10 weeks after being appointed to £936-a-day post

Highland education chief in shock exit – 10 weeks after being appointed to £936-a-day post

Highland Council’s controversial chief officer of education is to leave his role in August, the local authority has confirmed.


Highland key worker childcare provision to be stopped

Highland key worker childcare provision to be stopped

Highland key worker childcare provision to be stopped

Highland Council is to end its provision for key worker childcare on August 10 at the latest, it was decided today.


Ross asks about mental health first aid training as schools prepare for reopening

Ross asks about mental health first aid training as schools prepare for reopening

Ross asks about mental health first aid training as schools prepare for reopening

Caithness, Sutherland and Ross MSP Gail Ross has highlighted the importance of pupils’ mental health ahead of the planned reopening of schools.


Ross welcomes £70m funding package to help schools open safely

Ross welcomes £70m funding package to help schools open safely

Ross welcomes £70m funding package to help schools open safely

Gail Ross has welcomed an additional £70m funding package to help schools across Scotland open safely in August following the coronavirus pandemic.


It is a privilege to serve the community, says retiring Caithness head teacher

It is a privilege to serve the community, says retiring Caithness head teacher

It is a privilege to serve the community, says retiring Caithness head teacher

Lybster and Dunbeath head teacher Carol Grant is retiring from her role after 32 years working in primary education in Caithness.


Highland councillors 'horrified' at cost of £936-a-day education chief

Highland councillors 'horrified' at cost of £936-a-day education chief

Highland councillors 'horrified' at cost of £936-a-day education chief

The SNP group has hit back after Highland Council claimed the appointment process for the £936-a-day interim education chief was approved in advance.


Scientific advice issued on safe reopening of schools

Scientific advice issued on safe reopening of schools

Scientific advice issued on safe reopening of schools

The Scottish Government has issued scientific advice for the safe reopening of schools and for school transport to resume.


Straight As for local law student

Straight As for local law student

Straight As for local law student

Local law student Mure Grant has achieved 11 straight As since starting at the University of Aberdeen two years ago.


Plan for 1140 hours of ELC from August 'on hold temporarily'

Plan for 1140 hours of ELC from August 'on hold temporarily'

Plan for 1140 hours of ELC from August 'on hold temporarily'

A plan to deliver 1140 hours of early learning and childcare from August has been put on hold.


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