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East Caithness Community Facility reopening SaturdaysThumbnail for article : East Caithness Community Facility reopening Saturdays
East Caithness Community Facility (ECCF) will be reopening on Saturdays from this weekend, High Life Highland (HLH) has revealed.   From Saturday (September 4) the Newton Road, Wick facility will be open from 10am until 12.30pm for public swimming and until 1.30pm for gym goers.  
Letter To Parents Regarding A Covid Case In Wick High School
A letter has been sent to parents and guardians of pupils in S1 and S3 at Wick High School on Friday 27th August 2021.   Dear Parent or Guardian, We have identified a possible case of COVID-19 in a pupil in your child's year group.  
University of the Highlands and Islands elects new rectorThumbnail for article : University of the Highlands and Islands elects new rector
Dr Fiona McLean, a passionate advocate for the role of education in communities, has been elected as the University of the Highlands and Islands' sixth rector.  Dr McLean, who lives in Newtonmore, was selected by staff, students and community representatives.  
Virtual school initiative gains national recognition
Three colleges in the University of the Highlands and Islands partnership have been recognised with a national award for their use of technology to deliver courses to secondary school pupils in remote and rural areas across the Highland Council region.   West Highland College UHI, North Highland College UHI and Inverness College UHI were named winners of the ‘Outstanding Use of Technology in Delivering Remote Teaching and Learning' Award at the Tes FE Awards on Friday 28 May 2021.  
Carbon Planet: a journey into the science of peatlands - An online lectureThumbnail for article : Carbon Planet: a journey into the science of peatlands - An online lecture
Professor Roxane Andersen's free, public seminar on 2nd of June - World Peatlands Day (at 4 pm).  The online talk will explore the science of peatlands, touching on subjects including climate change, biodiversity and restoration.  
University forges new links with Icelandic communityThumbnail for article : University forges new links with Icelandic community
The University of the Highlands and Islands has embarked on a new initiative to promote closer connections between communities in the Highlands and Islands and Iceland.  The university has signed an agreement with representatives from Múlaþing, a municipality in east Iceland.  
Researchers trial assessing renewable energy sites with dronesThumbnail for article : Researchers trial assessing renewable energy sites with drones
Researchers in the north of Scotland and Wales are trialling a new method of measuring tidal currents which could revolutionise the marine renewables industry.  The project, led by scientists from the University of the Highlands and Islands, will use drones to film the movement of water then apply algorithms to determine its speed.  
University Of Highland And Islands Is Ten Years OldThumbnail for article : University Of Highland And Islands Is Ten Years Old
The University of the Highlands and Islands partnership is celebrating its tenth birthday today (Monday 1 February), the same day it welcomes its new Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Todd Walker.   Professor Todd Walker will join the university from Australia, where he has worked in multi-campus, regional universities for over 20 years.  
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.