Young musicians from Aberdeen have beaten the lockdown blues by forming a band for a major competition.
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On Monday March 23, schools in Scotland began delivering offsite education for their pupils. For Robert Gordon’s College, adapting to these changes has brought adjustment by families and staff for home learning, as well as the social and emotional changes for the health and wellbeing of children.
When the lockdown was first announced, the staff at Robert Gordon’s College knew that the way they delivered lessons to pupils would change.
The boss of an Aberdeen taxi firm helped keep care home residents’ spirits up with a giant order of 50 fish suppers.
An Aberdeen school’s plans to build new sports facilities have taken a step forward after plans to flatten its science block were approved.
Giving children the best possible start to their education can have lifelong benefits. And the staff at Robert Gordon’s College strive to provide that great start.
An Aberdeen school has lodged plans to construct a temporary dining area in preparation for a major rebuilding project.
Pupils from across the north-east have taken part in a competition to design low-carbon solutions for the oil and gas industry.
Pupils from across the north-east have been busy practising for the Evening Express Christmas Carol Concert.
A collection of diaries penned by an Aberdeen graduate gives a glimpse into the horrors of the First World War.
The hosts of this year’s Evening Express Christmas Carol Concert can now be revealed.
Secondary school pupils will put their maths, physics and engineering skills into practice this week as part of TechFest’s annual STEM festival.
Hundreds of youngsters are gearing up to take part in this year’s Evening Express Carol Concert.
Pupils from a north-east school have won a cash boost to help fight loneliness among the older generation.
School pupils have joined forces with an Aberdeen children’s charity to promote its social enterprise.
Schoolchildren from across the city have been building gardens in cardboard boxes while learning about sustainability.
Work to transform the area in front of Aberdeen's art gallery has got under way.
A historian has put together an A-Z guide of the city’s people and places.
John Chalmers, 57, spent more than four decades working at the family Chalmers Bakery – a brand which holds the royal warrant and is known throughout the region for its rowies and pastries.
A project that saw hundreds of children draw up shopfront designs for Union Street has been shortlisted for a national award.
A planning application to create a car park at an Aberdeen playing field has been lodged with the local authority.
A former astronaut is swapping the International Space Station for the Granite City.
An Aberdeen school is set to open a new nursery facility.
Children attending an Aberdeen after-school club are so happy there they gave inspectors a tour.
Pupils from north-east schools have triumphed in this year’s Stem in the Pipeline competition.
Aberdeen city centre filled with the sounds of Christmas as schoolchildren attended a service to bless a nativity scene.
Nearly 400 school pupils gathered at the Tivoli theatre to celebrate a project that saw youngsters designing their ideal shop for Union Street.
Good causes have shared in a £105,000 windfall thanks to north-east schools.
A top artist has created a new exhibition inspired by the place where he spent his formative years in the north-east.
Councillors are being asked to approve the first stage of improvements to a major city centre public space.