Highlands & Islands

Canna's primary school reopened for three pupils

Canna Primary School Image copyright Gordon Brown/Geograph
Image caption The school on Canna was mothballed in 2011

A primary school on one of Scotland's smallest inhabited islands has been reopened after being closed three years ago.

Highland Council has restarted classes at the school on Canna, a tiny isle off Skye, after two new families moved there earlier this year.

The three pupils are being taught as part of a cluster arrangement with a primary school on the Isle of Rum.

Canna is owned by the National Trust for Scotland.

The island's primary school was mothballed in June 2011.

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