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High Life Highland swimming provision bounces backThumbnail for article : High Life Highland swimming provision bounces back
High Life Highland is continuing its bounceback campaign with additional swimming provision planned during September and October.   Graeme Ross, Principal Facilities Manager said, "In getting our locations reopen, our priority was, and continues to be to make our premises safe and welcoming for customers and staff.  
Educators To Address Attainment Gap With Equity WeekThumbnail for article : Educators To Address Attainment Gap With Equity Week
¬†Education specialists from across the North-east, North and West of Scotland are to deliver a week-long series of digital professional learning events for teachers and practitioners from the end of September as part of a drive to increase awareness about child poverty in Scotland and the impact this has on learning.   Led by the Northern Alliance (Regional lmprovement Collaborative for the area's eight local authorities) in collaboration with Education Scotland, Promoting Equity Week will run from Monday 28 September.  
Educators To Address Attainment Gap With Equity WeekThumbnail for article : Educators To Address Attainment Gap With Equity Week
¬†Education specialists from across the North-east, North and West of Scotland are to deliver a week-long series of digital professional learning events for teachers and practitioners from the end of September as part of a drive to increase awareness about child poverty in Scotland and the impact this has on learning.   Led by the Northern Alliance (Regional lmprovement Collaborative for the area's eight local authorities) in collaboration with Education Scotland, Promoting Equity Week will run from Monday 28 September.  
SQA Results In Highland - 5000 increases in grade across all schools
On Tuesday 11 August 2020, Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, announced in the Scottish Parliament a change to the way that SQA results would be decided.   In some cases, the moderation process carried out by the SQA during July and August had meant that candidates might be awarded a lower or higher grade than their teacher had estimated.  
SQA Results In Highland - 5000 increases in grade across all schools
On Tuesday 11 August 2020, Deputy First Minister, John Swinney, announced in the Scottish Parliament a change to the way that SQA results would be decided.   In some cases, the moderation process carried out by the SQA during July and August had meant that candidates might be awarded a lower or higher grade than their teacher had estimated.  
Principal of North Highland College UHI Announces Retirement in SeptemberThumbnail for article : Principal of North Highland College UHI Announces Retirement in September
The Principal and Chief Executive of North Highland College UHI has announced his intention to the Board of Management to retire from his post on September 30th 2020.   Mr Donald MacBeath, a native to Caithness, has held a number of positions across the college, starting as a lecturer in the mid 1980's and progressing to Assistant Principal and Vice Principal before accepting his post as College Principal in June 2014.  
SQA Results - Downgraded Results Scrapped; Qualifications To Be Based On Teacher JudgementThumbnail for article : SQA Results - Downgraded Results Scrapped; Qualifications To Be Based On Teacher Judgement
Pupils whose results were downgraded by the SQA are to receive new grades based solely on teacher estimates.   The SQA's alternative certification model was put in place after exams were cancelled due to coronavirus (COVID-19).  
SQA Results - Downgraded Results Scrapped; Qualifications To Be Based On Teacher JudgementThumbnail for article : SQA Results - Downgraded Results Scrapped; Qualifications To Be Based On Teacher Judgement
Pupils whose results were downgraded by the SQA are to receive new grades based solely on teacher estimates.   The SQA's alternative certification model was put in place after exams were cancelled due to coronavirus (COVID-19).  
Education improvement in Highland exceeds national trendsThumbnail for article : Education improvement in Highland exceeds national trends
The improving trend of attainment is continuing in Highland as demonstrated by the SQA results published today.   Attainment in Highland schools has risen against all key indicators and improvement is also around 2% above national levels of improvement.  
Education improvement in Highland exceeds national trendsThumbnail for article : Education improvement in Highland exceeds national trends
The improving trend of attainment is continuing in Highland as demonstrated by the SQA results published today.   Attainment in Highland schools has risen against all key indicators and improvement is also around 2% above national levels of improvement.