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Logie register time machine

Logie register time machine

Logie register time machine

Logie Primary is investigating the lives of pupils on its register dated 1881 to 1974.


Reading challenge urges kids to take a walk on the wild side

Reading challenge urges kids to take a walk on the wild side

Reading challenge urges kids to take a walk on the wild side

TAKING a walk on the wild side is at the heart of Moray Council's reading challenge for kids this summer.


Nominate outstanding young person for Forres Community Shield

Nominate outstanding young person for Forres Community Shield

Nominate outstanding young person for Forres Community Shield

A shield will be awarded to an individual, aged 18 or under, who has done something remarkable for the town.


Forres nursery rated 'very good' by Care Inspectorate

Forres nursery rated 'very good' by Care Inspectorate

Forres nursery rated 'very good' by Care Inspectorate

PILMUIR Nursery was rated five on a six-point scale.


Increased patrols after more vandalism

Increased patrols after more vandalism

Increased patrols after more vandalism

Drumduan School representatives met with police and councillors to discuss how to resolve the issue.


School looking to protect its grounds

School looking to protect its grounds

School looking to protect its grounds

Drumduan School aims to educate the wider community on the right of way through its grounds.


Covid case confirmed at nursery

Covid case confirmed at nursery

Covid case confirmed at nursery

Moray Council has confirmed a covid case has been confirmed at a Forres nursery.


Petition calls for safe crossing after accident outside school

Petition calls for safe crossing after accident outside school

Petition calls for safe crossing after accident outside school

Police and ambulance services were called to Kinloss Primary after a child leaving school was hit by a car.


Moray education chief stresses importance of Covid safety measures

Moray education chief stresses importance of Covid safety measures

Moray education chief stresses importance of Covid safety measures

MORAY Council’s Head of Education has written to all families with secondary-school children as the area moves to Level 3 of Covid-19 restrictions.


All smiles as school returns to new normal

All smiles as school returns to new normal

All smiles as school returns to new normal

Acting head Helen Thorley is proud of how her staff and pupils have dealt with a difficult year.


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