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Parents hit out over half-day Friday plan

CHANGES to secondary school timetables in Lochaber will have a major impact on personal and working lives, according to concerned parents.

High schools across Highland, which have not already done so, will move towards a 33-period week when students start to work on the 2017/2018 timetable.

The changes are part of a decision made by Highland Council (HC) in 2014 designed to ‘allow headteachers to maximise the teaching capacity of their staff and therefore maximise the curricular provision for its pupils’.

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