Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross has revealed his party’s plans to give all primary school pupils free breakfast and lunch in a bid to turn around Scotland’s schools.
Dr Alison Murray, a member of the campaign group Autism and Other Conditions Aberdeen, slammed the local authority's education operational delivery committee and accused them of "not following the law".
The local authority currently subsidises five buses for pupils, while those living in Kincorth, Leggart and Torry get free travel.
Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen has been named Scottish University of the Year.
Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross plans to spend £550 million on 3,000 more teachers for Scotland if his party gains power at the next Holyrood election.
Albyn School is a co-educational day and boarding school, partnered with the Total French School, for pupils aged 2 to 18 in the west end of Aberdeen.
The core values of Community, Leadership, Curiosity, Innovation and Resilience underpin all that pupils experience at Robert Gordon’s College. This is the DNA of the Gordon’s community and provides pupils with the skills and tools they need to navigate an increasingly complex world.
The new school year at St Margaret’s got off to a vibrant start as staff and pupils were reunited in person after months of virtual learning – Scotland’s oldest girls’ school was brought to life once more with the sounds of young people’s joy and laughter!
On August 20, ISA students returned to their school building after almost five months away – but not five months away from school: from March to June, they logged on each morning to their regular lessons, met their teachers and classmates online, even participating in assemblies, concerts, celebrations and clubs far from the physical spaces that would normally have contained all these activities.
John Swinney on ‘ambition’ to hold exams next year, teacher staffing numbers and testing capacity for schools
Education Secretary John Swinney expects to make an announcement before the October break setting out the plans for school exams next year.
Education Secretary John Swinney has warned there is a “very real risk” that plans to hold exams could be disrupted again next year.
An entire class of pupils at an Aberdeen primary school will have to isolate for two weeks after a child tested positive for Covid-19.
Former head teacher turned professional wrestler Eddie Dennis is full of sympathy for those in schools trying to educate while dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
Nearly one in four university students are not positive about the quality of digital teaching, a survey suggests.
Health teams have joined up with north-east education bosses to provide Covid-19 support to schools.
Aberdeen's policy on free school meals could be extended to more families to mitigate the rollout of Universal Credit.
Eleven of Scotland’s 32 councils have so far met the Government’s flagship pledge for free early years childcare, MSPs have been told.
The proportion of school buildings in Scotland reported as being in good or satisfactory condition has increased.
Countries with class sizes smaller than the UK may find it easier to comply with social distancing restrictions amid Covid-19, a report suggests.
Work has started at the site of a new £16 million primary school in Aberdeen.
North East Scotland College will welcome a third of its student population back through its doors today for its first on-campus classes since March.
Six out of 10 teachers say they are worried about their pupils’ safety online after many became dependent on the internet to continue learning amid lockdown, according to a survey.
Scotland’s Education Secretary has vowed no pupils will be “left behind” in terms of digital access, as he said blended learning “remains a necessary contingency plan should the virus get out of control again at any point”.
An Aberdeen university is celebrating after climbing 33 places in the UK rankings in a new university guide.
Universities are taking multiple steps to minimise the risk of spreading coronavirus as students head back to campus amid warnings of “significant outbreaks”, an academic has said.
Significant outbreaks of coronavirus linked to universities are “highly likely” and they risk amplifying the transmission of the virus across the country, Government scientific advisers have said.
About 100 students at a school in Staffordshire have been told to self-isolate after a pupil tested positive for coronavirus.
Scotland’s National Clinical Director has said it is “not impossible” that Covid spread will lead to school closures or entire classes self-isolating.
Nicola Sturgeon’s claim Aberdeenshire Council is not meeting childcare target provokes angry response
A row has erupted after Nicola Sturgeon said Aberdeenshire Council was failing to meet the SNP’s flagship pledge to deliver 1,140 hours of free childcare for three and four-year-olds.
Ruth Davidson has called on Nicola Sturgeon to ask the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) not to scale back the curriculum this year.