Children benefit from a relaxed atmosphere at a north-east nursery, inspectors have said.
A north-east nursery has been praised by inspectors following a recent visit.
Residents of a north-east care home were still left staring into space for large amounts of time – seven months after inspectors ordered staff to improve.
An out-of-school club in Aberdeen has been ordered to improve after inspectors raised concerns about record keeping.
A support service for young people has been praised by inspectors.
A housing support service has been praised by inspectors.
Staff at a north-east school club demonstrate a very good understanding of children’s needs, inspectors said.
Care and support shown by staff at an Aberdeen nursery has been praised by inspectors.
A shortage of nursing staff is hindering delivery of a comprehensive mental health service at a prison, inspectors have found.
Leaders of an Aberdeen school have turned its fortunes around – a year after education chiefs pledged to do so.
Students from an Aberdeen school are given the chance to expand their skills and life experiences, inspectors said.
Service users from an Aberdeen housing support service are confident staff will meet their needs, inspectors have said.
Inspectors have praised leaders of a north-east school for making staff feel empowered.
A new report on a scandal-hit crematorium reveals new practices appear to have “restored public confidence” in the facility.
Aberdeen City Council inspectors recorded 27 separate concerns at the Yangtze River. They were:
Children are happy and settled at a North-east nursery, inspectors have said.
Staff at an Aberdeen creche have put in place varied resources for children of different age groups, inspectors have said.
Inspectors still have concerns about children’s safety and dignity at a North-east nursery nine months after they first pointed them out.
A playgroup in the North-east has improved – but needs additional support, inspectors have said.
Staff care for and nurture children at a North-east school’s nursery, inspectors have said.
A police union boss fears a shake-up could mean more work for managerial staff and called for more cop funding.