UN Secretary-General António Guterres has warned that the pandemic has created the most severe disruption in the world’s education systems in history
Louise’s Story: A Mixed Race Child Growing Up in the UK
“I grew up in a small town in Lincolnshire which was and still is predominantly White. I went to school in that town and was the only person in the school that was not White (and this includes all the staff at the school).”
Building Research Capacity in Sub-Saharan Africa
The project will focus on Ethiopia, Somalia, and South Sudan, all of which are among the least developed countries in the world.
Support for Summer Leavers: Developing The Young Workforce
A programme of activities to support young people who have left school this summer has been launched .
Welcome News on Schooling
Schools in Scotland will be able to return on 11th of August with pupils accessing learning full time but only if progress on limiting the spread of Covid19 continues.
Blended Schooling “undeliverable and impossible for us to put into practice” in Orkney
“With the resources available to us, we calculate that the majority of our children and young people would be at school for two days a week at best.”
UHI Archaeology Institute Looks Ahead
Researchers at the UHI Archaeology Institute have a fast-growing reputation for their studies of the impacts of climate change and sustainability.
University of the Highlands & Islands Autumn Term 2020
UHI have established proven ways of learning through technology and delivering an active personalised experience to students.
Scotland’s Route Map: Test and Protect
The advice this week from the Scottish Government continues to be to Stay at Home to Protect yourselves and others.
Music Maks A’ The Differ Tae Life
“Music is a higher revelation than all wisdom and philosophy” (Beethoven)