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Four schools in the Highlands closed or partially closed

By Val Sweeney

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Three secondary schools and one nursery in the Highlands were closed or partially closed today for various reasons.

It follows a challenging day to the start of the new school term yesterday when a total of 10 schools – amongst them St Clement's in Dingwall and Knockbreck ­— were affected.

Charleston Academy in Inverness was partially closed today due to "public health measures".

The 777-pupil school was open to S1-S3 pupils.

Severe road conditions have meant the closure of Kingussie High School and Grantown Grammar School.

Unforeseen circumstance have resulted in the nursery at Kilmuir Primary on Skye being closed.

Yesterday, 10 schools across Highland did not open or only partially opened due to a variety of reasons.

Ross schools hit by closures on first day back

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