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Elgin High trumpet player to represent Moray on national stage

Elgin High trumpet player to represent Moray on national stage

Elgin High trumpet player to represent Moray on national stage

Tomek Meszka, a trumpet player from Elgin High School, was announced as the winner by the adjudicators.


Elgin Academy pupil recognised for work with children from military families

Elgin Academy pupil recognised for work with children from military families

Elgin Academy pupil recognised for work with children from military families

Alfie Crabb has been recognised for his work with children from military families.


Dallas Primary wins Forres ASG school quiz

Dallas Primary wins Forres ASG school quiz

Dallas Primary wins Forres ASG school quiz

Pupils Emily-Rose Logan and Fergus Ingram, Arthur Schiller and Gregory Davis will now represent the ASG in the regional final.


Is social media influence elevating misogyny in our schools?

Is social media influence elevating misogyny in our schools?

Is social media influence elevating misogyny in our schools?

Education Scotland's podcast shows researchers found a fourfold increase in misogynistic content via the For You page of TikTok in just five days.


Tea Party raises funds for Academy pupils

Tea Party raises funds for Academy pupils

Tea Party raises funds for Academy pupils

English and RME teachers helped library staff put on a themed party to raise funds for this year’s YPI competition.


Can you help us reunite mystery graduate with photograph?

Can you help us reunite mystery graduate with photograph?

Can you help us reunite mystery graduate with photograph?

WE need your help!


Moray girls take centre stage in investment competition live final

Moray girls take centre stage in investment competition live final

Moray girls take centre stage in investment competition live final

LOSSIEMOUTH High School has taken second-place in a competition to help end the gender imbalance within investment management.


Multiply grant scheme unveiled in Moray to help people who struggle with numbers

Multiply grant scheme unveiled in Moray to help people who struggle with numbers

Multiply grant scheme unveiled in Moray to help people who struggle with numbers

MORAY Council has opened a new £100,000 grant scheme to help organisations working with others who struggle with numbers.


Column: UHI Moray principal asks 'Is there really no such thing as bad publicity?'

Column: UHI Moray principal asks 'Is there really no such thing as bad publicity?'

Column: UHI Moray principal asks 'Is there really no such thing as bad publicity?'

UHI Moray chief responds to situation at the college.


Column: UHI Moray principal asks 'Is there really no such thing as bad publicity?'

Column: UHI Moray principal asks 'Is there really no such thing as bad publicity?'

Column: UHI Moray principal asks 'Is there really no such thing as bad publicity?'

UHI Moray chief responds to situation at the college.


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