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53 Temple Cres, Inverness IV2 4TP, UK – 01463 230435
I love Hilton primary because it's got nice teachers but school dinners need improving
Went here 3 years ago
15 King Duncan's Rd, Inverness IV2 3UF, UK – 01463 234971
Good primary school
Best school in the world!!!
44 Skinner Ct, Inverness IV3 8HG, UK – 01463 232962
Good local primary school
It's the BEST school ever I now go to Merkinch because they have lovely teachers such as both Mrs Campbell's,Mrs Laidlaw, Mrs Sculthorpe, Mr Richmand & many more the best teacher there though is Mrs Laidlaw she is super NICE & I really enjoy this school :) x
Montague Row, Inverness IV3 5DZ, UK – 01463 233586
It's a good scool
Diriebught Rd, Inverness IV2 3QR, UK – 01463 729152
Good value for money, close to taxi rank
My daughter goes to Millburn and she loves it
Charleston View, Inverness IV3 8ET, UK – 01463 234324
Great school (not biased...) with both friendly and educated teachers
Secondary School with community centre and sports facilities.
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Assynt Rd, Inverness IV3 8PB, UK – 01463 239720
World class scholl😭😭😭😭
Inverness IV3 5RH, UK – 01463 232636
Nice wee school. went there
King Brude Rd, Inverness IV3 8LU, UK – 01463 239537
Great school work well with the kids and in my eyes work wonders my wee boy has came on a fair bit since starting nursery here.. they give the kids all the support they need and the staff are great with the kids my kids love the place and even when I'll want to go.... only thing I can fault is lack of notice for events etc and lack of updating school class pages on website but minor detail when you consider the work they put in to ensuring our kids get the best start in life and best possible education... great job from all the staff there right down to the lollipop ladies 😊
Good run primary school teachers very good with children
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