An Aberdeen school has made “positive progress” since its last inspection, a watchdog has said.
The manager of an Aberdeen nursery today said improvements have already been put into place in response to a critical inspection report.
Education Secretary John Swinney has congratulated Renfrewshire Council on its progress in narrowing the attainment gap in its schools.
A project to tackle the impact of child poverty in education is being developed by Scotland’s largest teaching union and the Scottish Government.
An Aberdeen school has been praised for its work with youngsters and its “open and creative” culture.
Relationships between staff and children at a school are “positive and supportive”, inspectors have said.
Pupils from a north-east school are polite and eager to learn, inspectors said.
A north-east primary school has been criticised by inspectors.
An Aberdeen primary school needs additional support and more time to make improvements, according to inspectors.
Staff work together to give children the best possible outcomes at a north-east school, inspectors said.
Leaders of an Aberdeen school have turned its fortunes around – a year after education chiefs pledged to do so.
Inspectors have raised concerns about a north-east school’s ability to raise attainment and achievement.
Inspectors have raised concerns about standards at a north-east school, branding its leadership “unsatisfactory” and its nursery teaching “weak”.
Pupils and staff from a north-east school have been praised by inspectors for forming positive relationships.
Inspectors have praised leaders of a north-east school for making staff feel empowered.
Inspectors have praised a north-east school for making significant progress in the last six years.
Inspectors have called a north-east school “welcoming” and “friendly” as well as praising its head teacher.
Inspectors have highlighted “substantial improvements” made at a north-east school after it was slated in 2015.
A playgroup in the North-east has improved – but needs additional support, inspectors have said.
Budding young artists from Aberdeen are being urged to enter an annual drawing competition.
Staff at a nursery that came under fire from inspectors two years ago have made a big improvement, a watchdog has said.