Nicolson making progress

4th September 1998 at 01:00
A follow-up visit by inspectors to the troubled Nicolson Institute in Stornoway reports that progress has been made on a number of management and guidance issues. But some of HMI's recommendations have not been fully implemented. No further visits are planned but the council has been asked to report within six months on the effectiveness of the bullying helpline and on staff training to deal with bullying.

The inspectors also want to be informed on the formation of a new school board following the resignation of the former board in May claiming it could no longer work with the Nicolson management.

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