|With its suspension bridges across the
river and old stone buildings, Inverness sits serenely
at the mouth of the Ness. One of the newest cities in Scotland,
the Capital of the Highlands, and the fastest growing city in
Europe, combined with breath-taking scenery all around, the
city of Inverness really has the best of both worlds.
The most famous landmark, Inverness Castle, was built on the
site of an earlier fortress in 1835 and sits on a low hill overlooking
the river. Today it houses the Sherriff Court. Outside the statue
of Flora MacDonald, looks out for the return of Bonnie Prince
Cauldeen Primary is situated in the South East area of the
City. An award winning primary school Cauldeen serves an eclectic
mix of approximately 240 pupils in an open and spacious campus.
Read about the important role of the River Ness, explore
the Ness islands, view our varied bridges, and learn about
the legend of the Brahan Seer.
Cauldeen Primary are national winners of the 2004 Primary
Enterprise in Education Awards.