An independent girls school in Aberdeen will celebrate its 175th anniversary with a series of events featuring inspirational women.
st Margaret’s School for girls
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St. Margaret’s School for Girls has teamed up with an Aberdeen charity to boost pupils' mental health and wellbeing as part of Children’s Mental Health Week.
Pupils at an Aberdeen school are fine-tuning their singing voices in preparation for the annual Barnardo’s Christmas Concert.
A series of events organised by an Aberdeen school will celebrate inspirational women.
An Aberdeen school is putting plans in place to make use of a vacant office building when its pupils return in August.
When St Margaret’s welcomed pupils back to school last August, little did they know that they would be entering one of the most unusual and extraordinary times in the school’s 175-year history.
For parents, making sure their children continue to get an education during the Coronavirus restrictions is vital. And for one Aberdeen school the transition to working online has gone well.
Pupils from a north-east school have reached the finals of a cyber security competition.
Staff from an Aberdeen childcare centre are “amazing” and “enthusiastic”, parents have told inspectors.
An Aberdeen school has won a prestigious accolade.
Secondary school pupils will put their maths, physics and engineering skills into practice this week as part of TechFest’s annual STEM festival.
Schoolkids in Aberdeen will have the chance to take part in a unique interactive dissection show.
Schoolchildren from across the city have been building gardens in cardboard boxes while learning about sustainability.
The creative talents of more than 150 north-east youngsters will be celebrated as the winners of an art award marking the centenary of votes for women are revealed.
A leading academic and lawyer has been appointed chairwoman of the governing body of the city’s only all-girl school.
A CHARITY that supports bereaved children has been given a boost of more than £2,000.