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Education / No National 5 exams next yearChairman of SIC’s education and families committee welcomes clarity over exam diet
Education / Students wishing to travel home encouraged to seek advice
Education / College names further and higher education students of the yearA weaver who studied through Shetland College is also named the UHI’s postgraduate student of the year
Education / Sandison appointed to oversee college merger
Education / Pupils receive new SQA certificates
Education / Young people ‘really engaged’ with sexual violence education workshops
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Coronavirus / Schools well prepared for future spikes in Covid-19, SIC director says
Education / Expanded early learning programme now available across Shetland
Education / ‘Don’t be fooled’ by ‘weak’ Whalsay nursery inspection grades, councillor says
Education / Number of apprenticeships over coming year set to take dip
Coronavirus / Face coverings in secondary schools mandatory as of Monday
Education / Council signs up to food discount scheme to offer half price school meals
Education / Support at hand for pupils with lower than expected grades
Education / Reopening of schools mapped out as soft start to cover first week backChildren’s services director Helen Budge says she wants parents and pupils to feel confident as schools reopen
Education / Directors appointed to merged college charitable company
Education / Secondary pupils receive exam-free resultsLocal pass rates remain above average but advice and help is on offer whatever the results
Education / Students largely keen on college merger, councillors told
Education / Funding announced for extra teachers and health protection measures in schools
Education / Merged college name not proving too popularCouncil says the name Shetland Institute UHI should be reconsidered
Education / No need for physical distancing at schools, government advises
Education / ‘Soft start’ planned for return to school in AugustEducation and families committee chairman George Smith concedes there is ‘still so much uncertainty’ for officials and staff
Education / College merger ‘on track’, councillors told
Education / Inspection reports published for Dunrossness and Whalsay
Education / Merged college launch date now projected for next summer
Education / Schools ‘u-turn’ welcomed but education chairman wants clarity
Education / Schools could re-open fully in mid-August if progress against virus continues
Education / SIC to submit plan for reopening schoolsTransport a major factor in planning for return of schools, says education and families committee chairman George Smith
Education / Uncertainty continues as local university students prepare for new academic year
Education / No plans to open schools in evenings as part of blended learning model
Education / UHI’s autumn term dates remain on track
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