Emma Roddick MSP presses for update on new Nairn Academy – welcomes Scottish Government investment in Highlands & Islands schools

Highlands & Islands MSP Emma Roddick has welcomed investment into schools across her region as plans to replace Nairn Academy get underway.

Speaking in the Scottish Parliament, Ms Roddick asked the Cabinet Secretary for Education for an update on the Nairn Academy replacement project, as well as the new schools for Broadford in Skye, in the development stages with designs progressing, and the new 3-18 campus for Tain which is set to welcome pupils in early 2025.

Commenting, she said:

“I was glad to get an update on the Scottish Government’s continued commitment to Nairn’s new-build school, as well as other projects in the Highlands and Islands.  It is fantastic to see real progress being made on these exciting developments across my region.

“These brilliant new facilities will have such a positive impact on the education of our young people, and I look forward to seeing them come to life.

“The Scottish Government’s investment in education across the Highlands and Islands is a real testament to its commitment to children and young folk the length and breadth of Scotland.”