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Community / ‘A sparkle in the eye and a sharpness of mind’: warm tributes to late Geordie JamiesonFormer head teacher and keen footballer will be sadly missed
Education / MSYP diagnosed with dyslexia in uni says he had ‘virtually zero support’ in schoolChildren’s services director Helen Budge said she would pass on Leighton Anderson’s feedback to staff
Education / Big interest in Fair Isle school vacancy – even from people with no teaching qualificationsA preferred candidate for the headteacher role has been picked and is due to move to Fair Isle soon
Education / Pandemic likely to be factor behind drop in primary school numeracy and literacy attainment
Education / Covid protection measures in schools helping to minimise outbreaks, meeting hearsBut committee chairman says the demand on staff is ‘constant’
Education / New strategy aims to ‘create digital learners’
Education / Consider offering free school meals for all pupils, councillor suggests
Education / More outdoor learning on the cards after Polycrub installed at Baltasound school
Education / Pass rates for Highers well below national average
Education / Funding bid to be prepared for new Brae school after councillors back project
Education / Building new school picked as preferred option for future of education in Brae
Education / Fair Isle primary seeks new head teacher
Education / Increase in families benefiting from free school meals and other grants
Education / Ollaberry headteacher post proving difficult to fill
Education / Small rise in home education numbers but no link to Covid anxiety, Budge says
Education / Instrument tuition funding commitment a ‘step in the right direction’
Education / Cashless payments could come to Anderson High School canteen next term
Education / New learning estate strategy hugely important, meeting hears
Education / Don’t lose momentum on making case for change in pupil equity funding scheme, councillor says
Education / School attendance rates rise during pandemic
Education / No plans to remove ice cream and custard from local school menus following Aberdeenshire decision
Education / Covid mitigations ‘so important’ in return to school, union says
Education / UHI’s centre for island creativity to move into college
Education / SIC prepared for possible spike in demand for school counselling service as bairns return to classroom
Coronavirus / Government will meet council’s coronavirus costs, finance chief confirms
Business / Hame Fae Hame wins UK awardSunday Times/Lloyds accolade comes with mentoring session from fitness coach
Education / Further education targets may be missed
Education / College looks to understand future skills requirements of energy sector
Education / Don’t cut spending in education to plug any Covid funding shortfall, councillor warns
Education / Councillors seek reassurance over remote learningThe education and families committee also hears that staff in children’s services have already begun receiving Covid vaccinations
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