New images have given the first glimpse into the progress of new and revamped nurseries across the city.
Early learning and childcare
Applications for early learning and childcare hours in Aberdeen will open next week.
Education chiefs in the north-east are pressing ahead with plans to provide more childcare in line with Scottish Government rules.
Work to help extend early learning and childcare provisions at an Aberdeen nursery has taken a step forward.
The city council aims to roll out increased hours for children at nurseries in Aberdeen after the summer holidays next year.
Work to upgrade or replace a number of Aberdeen nurseries is progressing ahead of the delayed expansion of early learning and childcare hours.
The city is set to see its first outdoor nursery, after plans were approved to create the facility in Aberdeen’s Duthie Park.
Education bosses have confirmed Aberdeenshire Council's commitment to delivering expanded early learning and childcare hours.
Education bosses have issued a letter to parents to let them know nurseries will not be able to go ahead with an increase in funded childcare hours.
More than half the nurseries in Aberdeenshire are ready to provide increased hours for children under Scottish Government plans to extend early years provision.
Parents in Aberdeenshire have until Friday to apply for a nursery space for their child for this year.
A north-east council is hoping to have a new nursery in place by August next year.
Residents will have their first opportunity to view designs for a new city school next week.
A local authority is marking one year to go until it rolls out its early learning and childcare (ELC) expansion.