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Spotlight on mental health as Highland Youth Parliament meets in Inverness

Spotlight on mental health as Highland Youth Parliament meets in Inverness

Spotlight on mental health as Highland Youth Parliament meets in Inverness

Mental health among young people was front and centre when the annual Highland Youth Parliament launched in Inverness today.


Dingwall Academy pupils triumph as first-ever winners of Highland debating competition

Dingwall Academy pupils triumph as first-ever winners of Highland debating competition

Dingwall Academy pupils triumph as first-ever winners of Highland debating competition

Dingwall Academy pupils have triumphed as the first-ever winners of a new debating competition.


School parents determined to have ‘constructive’ meeting with politicians after months of campaigning

School parents determined to have ‘constructive’ meeting with politicians after months of campaigning

School parents determined to have ‘constructive’ meeting with politicians after months of campaigning

West-coast parents are determined to have a “constructive” meeting with two major politicians on Thursday morning, after months of campaigning.


‘Poignant’ Kirsteen MacLennan Memorial Quaich presented at Dingwall Academy to pupil

‘Poignant’ Kirsteen MacLennan Memorial Quaich presented at Dingwall Academy to pupil

‘Poignant’ Kirsteen MacLennan Memorial Quaich presented at Dingwall Academy to pupil

Dingwall Academy pupils saw the “poignant” inaugural presentation of a new award in the memory of the late Kirsteen MacLennan.


Applications open for Education Maintenance Allowance 2024/25

Applications open for Education Maintenance Allowance 2024/25

Applications open for Education Maintenance Allowance 2024/25

All eligible young people are being encouraged to apply for a weekly, term time allowance of £30 per week from August.


‘Wonderful memories’ shared at two-day primary school museum exhibition in Tain

‘Wonderful memories’ shared at two-day primary school museum exhibition in Tain

‘Wonderful memories’ shared at two-day primary school museum exhibition in Tain

An exhibition celebrating the history of Tain’s oldest primary school has been heralded as an “amazing couple of days”.


Film screening aims to help Highland pupils understand refugee and asylum seeker struggles

Film screening aims to help Highland pupils understand refugee and asylum seeker struggles

Film screening aims to help Highland pupils understand refugee and asylum seeker struggles

For Refugee Week pupils from Dingwall Academy, Culloden Academy, and Inverness Royal Academy are to attend a special film screening at Eden Court.


UHI Inverness student wins competition to design new logo for Highland motoring group

UHI Inverness student wins competition to design new logo for Highland motoring group

UHI Inverness student wins competition to design new logo for Highland motoring group

A motoring group has chosen a new logo designed by a UHI Inverness student as part of its rebranding to encourage more young drivers to be road smart.


Health scare sees Invergordon school get its own defibrillator

Health scare sees Invergordon school get its own defibrillator

Health scare sees Invergordon school get its own defibrillator

A school has welcomed an “extremely generous” donation, after a woman collapsed, forcing staff to “rush around” to find a defibrillator.


P7 leavers at Mulbuie Primary make mark as ‘friendly and hard-working’ at school

P7 leavers at Mulbuie Primary make mark as ‘friendly and hard-working’ at school

P7 leavers at Mulbuie Primary make mark as ‘friendly and hard-working’ at school

The P7 year-group have proved themselves to be “friendly, responsible and hard-working” during their time at the school.


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