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New literacy tool launches in Highland schools

New literacy tool launches in Highland schools

New literacy tool launches in Highland schools

A NEW literacy tool which will help support teaching in the classroom and at home has been launched in the Highlands.


Nurseries to benefit from £1m outdoor learning fund

Nurseries to benefit from £1m outdoor learning fund

Nurseries to benefit from £1m outdoor learning fund

Nurseries and childcare settings are being urged to apply for Scottish Government funding to help children take part in outdoor learning.


Assurances given to parents over Covid-enforced school term changes

Assurances given to parents over Covid-enforced school term changes

Assurances given to parents over Covid-enforced school term changes

PLANS are "already well under way" to make the Covid-enforced delayed return to school after Christmas was seamless as possible, the council has said.


Panto time online for Caithness primary schools

Panto time online for Caithness primary schools

Panto time online for Caithness primary schools

More than 1000 local school children have enjoyed Christmas pantomimes online thanks to the generosity of Thurso Rotary.


Back-to-school advice updated in wake of new Covid restrictions

Back-to-school advice updated in wake of new Covid restrictions

Back-to-school advice updated in wake of new Covid restrictions

The Scottish Government says it aims to have all children back in schools for face-to-face learning from January 18.


Thurso primary school closed due to new positive cases of Covid-19

Thurso primary school closed due to new positive cases of Covid-19

Thurso primary school closed due to new positive cases of Covid-19

Miller Academy Primary School, Thurso, has been closed early for the Christmas holidays due to two new positive cases of Covid-19.


Keiss and Bower pupils use digital technology to show Christmas creativity

Keiss and Bower pupils use digital technology to show Christmas creativity

Keiss and Bower pupils use digital technology to show Christmas creativity

Primary children at Keiss and Bower have been making the most of technology to enjoy a series of festive activities.


Kind kids raise Christmas cash for Caithness elderly

Kind kids raise Christmas cash for Caithness elderly

Kind kids raise Christmas cash for Caithness elderly

Pupils from Wick High School donated charity cash totalling over £300 towards buying gifts for the local elderly and vulnerable people.


Covid-19 confirmed at two Thurso schools

Covid-19 confirmed at two Thurso schools

Covid-19 confirmed at two Thurso schools

A number of local pupils have been told to self-isolate after cases of Covid-19 were confirmed at two Thurso schools.


Wick publisher has plenty to Crow about for 2020

Wick publisher has plenty to Crow about for 2020

Wick publisher has plenty to Crow about for 2020

It's all in a year’s work for the country's furthest north mainland book publisher, Crowvus.


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