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School Rolls In Caithness Show 5 Year Decline

6th November 2013

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For the school rolls for all of Highland for the past five years see -
Five Year School Rolls In Highland

Primary School Capacity and Occupancy rates are published at
Primary School Capacity and Occupancy

 

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