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No cuts to school buses

North Lanarkshire Council has decided not to make any changes to school transport eligibility.

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Greenfaulds High

Catchment area consultation

North Lanarkshire Council is to consult on changes to three school catchment areas in the southern part of Cumbernauld.

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Our Lady's High pupil Caitlyn Slevin. Pic: John Devlin

NLC tops chart for taxi fares

A Cumbernauld teenager believes if her school didn’t pay for taxis she’d have to give up on her dream job.

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The junior road safety club from Cumbernauld Primary

Be safe and been seen

CALA Homes joined forces with Cumbernauld Primary and St Andrew’s Primary to support this year’s Road Safety Week.

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Bill for supply teachers in Scotland reaches £81m

The bill for supply teachers in Scotland has topped £81 million, sparking calls for the Scottish Government to review its deal on teacher pay.

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Kilsyth Academy

Academy working for Unicef award

Kilsyth Academy has been officially welcomed on the path to becoming a Unicef UK’s Rights Respecting School.

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Olivia and Caitlin show off their winning designs

Christmas card competition winners

The winners of this year’s North Lanarkshire Council Christmas card competition were presented with special certificates at Motherwell Civic Centre.

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Whitelees Primary celebrates be awarded a Gold School Sport Award from Sportscotland. Pic: Michael Gilen

Flagging up a golden moment for school

Whitelees Primary in Abronhill welcomed a number of special guests as it celebrated being awarded its first ‘Gold’ flag by sportscotland.

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L�n Chomais, all of whom are the product of tuition from F�is Lannraig a Tuath, was formed in March at Greenfaulds High

Hoping for song success

A group of Greenfaulds High pupils have recorded a new Gaelic Christmas song with the backing of almost 1000 North Lanarkshire young voices.

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College award thanks to Cumbernauld student

College award thanks to Cumbernauld student

A Cumbernauld student has helped New College Lanarkshire rank in the top three institutions in the UK for skills provision at national skills competition, WorldSkills.

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Stock pic: John Devlin

Free school bus must be retained, says councillor

SNP Councillor Tom Johnston has demanded that free bus transport must be kept for Village pupils attending Cumbernauld Academy.

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What could your potential earnings be?

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.

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Have your say on school bus changes

Have your say on school bus changes

Public meetings will take place to discuss proposals to change school transport arrangements.

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The Sid and Shenarri kit is being rolled out across North Lanarkshire.

Nursery children get a warm welcome to Wellbeing Wood

Two rather cute and colourful wee characters are helping young North Lanarkshire children understand all about well-being.

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Degree courses under threat at New College Lanarkshire

Degree courses under threat at New College Lanarkshire

North Lanarkshire College is looking at ‘alternative options’ in a bid to save its high regarded performing arts degree course.

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Does your school have a budding Dickens who could write the next Christmas classic?

Prizes on offer for new Christmas classic

Children from across Scotland are getting in the Christmas spirit early to try and win £1,500 for their school.

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School transport won’t be safe from budget cuts

School transport won’t be safe from budget cuts

A motion to keep school transport arrangements safe from budget cuts was narrowly blocked at the Education Committee.

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Photographs like this one of a Thomas Young and Sons bakery van  are used to stimulate memories of Condorrat

Library event looking for your memories of village life

Condorrat Library will be the focus for a ‘Memory Lane’ event being held later this month.

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School buses may be hit by council cuts

School buses may be hit by council cuts

North Lanarkshire Council leader Jim Logue has warned school transport may be hit as he expects a £42m cut in the local authority’s settlement from the Scottish Government for 2018/19.

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