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Plans approved to relocate Dunvegan Primary on Skye

A PROPOSAL to relocate Dunvegan Primary School on the isle of Skye to a new building has been approved by the Highland Council’s Education, Children and Adult Services Committee.

The committee agreed to recommend to the Highland Council that the school should be moved to a new build at Lonmore, less than a mile from its current location, where it can be co-located with planned new community facilities.

In a report published by Education Scotland, HM inspectors said that the proposed relocation offered clear educational benefits as the current school is in poor condition.

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