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First Minister says 'sorry' for exam results and vows to fix issue

First Minister says 'sorry' for exam results and vows to fix issue

First Minister says 'sorry' for exam results and vows to fix issue

Education secretary John Swinney will set out to parliament tomorrow how the government will fix the exam results downgrade fiasco.


Wester Ross secondary aims to make S1 transition as smooth as possible

Wester Ross secondary aims to make S1 transition as smooth as possible

Wester Ross secondary aims to make S1 transition as smooth as possible

A Ross-shire head teacher is welcoming the return of pupils and thanked parents for their patience and support during the coronavirus lockdown.


'Teachers deserve a huge thanks for all of their hard work'

'Teachers deserve a huge thanks for all of their hard work'

'Teachers deserve a huge thanks for all of their hard work'

The 'incredible resilience' of teachers, school staff, pupils and their parents has been acknowledged ahead of the return to the classroom.


Teacher and support staff recruitment pledge for Highland Council schools

Teacher and support staff recruitment pledge for Highland Council schools

Teacher and support staff recruitment pledge for Highland Council schools

Teacher and support staff recruitment in the Highland Council area will now go ahead following the "extremely challenging" lockdown period.


Exams fiasco sparks calls for action from upset parents

Exams fiasco sparks calls for action from upset parents

Exams fiasco sparks calls for action from upset parents

AN UPSET mother whose daughter suffered exam heartache has raised new concerns over the reliability of Scottish Qualification Authority results (SQA).


Action call as parents left out of pocket after school trips cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

Action call as parents left out of pocket after school trips cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

Action call as parents left out of pocket after school trips cancelled due to coronavirus pandemic

A hitch involving insurance providers may be a factor in the lack of refunds for school trips cancelled prior to government advice not to travel.


Easter Ross primary issues leftover items' list for parents to peruse

Easter Ross primary issues leftover items' list for parents to peruse

Easter Ross primary issues leftover items' list for parents to peruse

Parents of pupils at an Easter Ross primary are being invited to check a list of children's belongings left at school before the summer holiday.


Ross-shire heads share stories of resilience of school pupils

Ross-shire heads share stories of resilience of school pupils

Ross-shire heads share stories of resilience of school pupils

Head teachers from Ross-shire have shared stories of the resilience and success of pupils with councillors on an education committee.


Council’s education team gets positive feedback from Education Scotland ahead of schools reopening

Council’s education team gets positive feedback from Education Scotland ahead of schools reopening

Council’s education team gets positive feedback from Education Scotland ahead of schools reopening

PREPARATIONS for the return to school in the Highlands following the pandemic lockdown have won positive feedback from Education Scotland.


Academy's acting head teacher praises students' exam success

Academy's acting head teacher praises students' exam success

Academy's acting head teacher praises students' exam success

INCREASING exam success at a Ross-shire school has sparked praise from a head teacher for her senior pupils.


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