The number of teachers suffering with their mental health is “extremely worrying”, the Education Secretary has said.
A union chief is to call on teachers to take “take back the profession from the bureaucrats and bean counters”.
Concerns have been raised over the impact of Brexit after new figures revealed more than 100 teachers in the city are non-UK EU nationals.
Almost two-thirds (64%) of teachers in Scotland say their mental health has suffered because of their work in the last year.
An MSP has told teachers she “wouldn’t do your job for all the money in the world” at an event discussing violence in the classroom.
The number of teachers in the north-east has dropped by more than 400 since 2007 – according to a new report.
Children as young as 11 are taking photos up teachers’ skirts, a union has claimed.
More than two-thirds of teachers responding to a union survey have said they believe poor pupil behaviour is a widespread problem at their school.
A British couple killed in a buggy accident on the Greek island of Santorini have been named as teachers Milly and Toby Savill.
The number of music teachers working in Scottish primary schools has dropped by more than 40% over the last seven years, official figures have revealed.
Teachers across Scotland have overwhelmingly accepted a 13% pay proposal with their campaign heralded a significant success.
The number of additional support needs teachers in Scotland has fallen by more than 400 since 2010, the Scottish Greens have revealed.
Teacher numbers for maths and English have slumped by almost 1,000 over the last decade, new figures have revealed.
Not enough is being done to tackle indiscipline in schools, with thousands of teachers being subjected to violent attacks each year, according to a union.
Scotland’s largest teaching union has suspended plans to ballot members over strike action after a revised pay offer was put forward.
Scotland’s largest teaching union has indicated that it will proceed with balloting members over strike action after no fresh pay offer was made.
Teachers have been congratulated after high attendance rates were recorded at a local authority.
Performance targets, curriculum changes, and heavy workload is harming the mental health of teachers in England and Wales, a study suggests.
Around 20 schools in the north-east could be over capacity in the next five years according to a local authority.
Aberdeen council leaders have chosen not to send out letters to teachers across the city over an ongoing pay wrangle.
More than 120 teaching posts have still to be filled across the north-east, new figures reveal.
A north-east council is set to hold a recruitment evening for teachers.
A north-east council's revamped teacher recruitment process has led to more people opting to work in the area.
A "rethink" has been called for in a local authority’s approach to advertising classroom vacancies.
New figures have revealed there are still 150 vacancies across schools in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.
Teachers could be recruited from Australia in an attempt to solve a local authority’s ongoing recruitment crisis.
An Aberdeen cinema is set to present a training session for teachers as part of a national film festival.
A local authority has been accused of “failing” children after it emerged teachers dedicated to pupils with specialist needs have been used to cover staff shortages more than 300 times this year.
Teacher vacancies in Aberdeen have fallen by almost half since March.
MSP in war of words with North-east council over ‘unacceptable’ changes to status of schools’ specialist teachers
A political row has broken out over proposals to axe specialists in music, art and drama in the North-east