Education Secretary John Swinney has been urged to visit Tain Royal Academy to see for himself the leaks, substandard heating, “inadequate” canteen and poorly drained playing fields.
Tain Royal Academy
A hard-hitting warning has been issued by the heads of five Highland high schools over a hike in drug-taking, drinking and anti-social behaviour by pupils – claiming it is “more prevalent than previously known”.
‘Why should our children be educated in such poor buildings?’: Councillor backs north pupils’ plea for new school
Pupils in Tain have produced a hard-hitting video exposing the “disgraceful, inappropriate, crumbling condition” of their schools – and calling for a new campus to be built now.
Highland pupils from three schools have teamed up to highlight the poor state of their learning environments.
The Eastgate Centre in Inverness has hailed the generosity of shoppers over the festive period after announcing an impressive tally exceeding £51,000 has been raised to aid local causes.
The creation of a “superschool” in Tain will take a step forward this week if councillors agree with the two sites recommended by council officers.
Plans by Highland Council for a new £45 million super school in Tain were met with mixed reviews as public consultations took place yesterday.
Parents have voiced their fears that a £45 million Highland super-school will be removed from the council’s capital programme amid site selection issues and looming budget cuts.
Plans for a new £52million super-campus to replace all of the schools in Tain have taken a major step forward.
A special parents meeting has been arranged in a Highland town amid concerns about drug-related incidents linked to the local school.
Plans are in motion to create a super campus in Tain that will replace all the schools in the town.
Education chiefs are poised to lodge plans for a new £45million campus to replace all of the schools in Tain.
At least 100,000 pupils have been taught about Scotland’s fishing catch in an innovative scheme aimed at persuading more youngsters to eat fish and other seafood.
Plans to replace all the dilapidated schools in a Highland town took a step closer to becoming reality thanks to a £10million contribution from the Scottish Government.
Councillors have chosen their preferred site for the new ages 3-18 campus in Easter Ross.
Councillors have chosen their preferred site for the new 3-18 campus in Easter Ross.
A consultation has begun to find a site for the proposed new 3 - 18 school campus in Tain.