A woman who has fostered more than 250 children over five decades said the Duke of Cambridge was shocked to learn of how many children she has helped.
Islands minster Paul Wheelhouse said some island communities face becoming “the next St Kilda” because they are losing so many young people.
Nurseries should be able to ban sugary and junk food from lunchboxes, according to a poll of nursery workers.
More than one in 10 children say they have missed school due to bullying, according to a poll.
Progress in reducing food sugar content is being “lost” due to people consuming more sugary items, Public Health England’s chief executive has warned.
A community group in Lossiemouth is urging locals to save up their copper and silver to help pay for a new school crossing.
Children are spending hundreds of pounds “chasing their losses” on online video game purchases which offer unknown rewards, according to the children’s commissioner for England.
Children are five times more exposed to harmful air pollution while travelling to primary schools in London than at any other time of the day, a new study claims.
Mothers are more likely to go back to work after having a baby if they have relatives who are willing to look after their child, a study has found.
More than twice as many children are waiting to be adopted as there are families willing to adopt, campaigners have warned.
Aberdeenshire Council’s children’s homes have received a glowing report from the Care Inspectorate following annual inspections.
Kintore nursery has been praised for its high standard of childcare.
The Teapot Trust has launched a funding appeal to support the art-based therapy it undertakes with youngsters at the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital.
Adults are constantly being bombarded with advice on what’s good to eat and what high-fat or sugary foods to avoid, while parents always aim to give their children the best possible foods to eat.
Children with special needs are being let down by a system that is meant to support them, an ombudsman has warned.
Scotland’s ban on smacking has been passed on what has been hailed as a “momentous day for children’s rights”.
A north schoolboy described as a "wee whirlwind" walked almost 100 miles in a month to raise money for children less fortunate than him.
Toddlers will enjoy new toys and primary school pupils will host their own "business breakfast" after receiving grants from a local housing firm.
A US judge on Friday blocked new Trump administration rules that would enable the government to keep immigrant children in detention facilities with their parents indefinitely.
Schools should open seven days a week, throughout the year, and have designated police officers to help combat gangs and violence, according to the Children’s Commissioner for England.
Inspectors have carried out an intensive eight-month investigation into services in Aberdeen for children in need of care, and yesterday published a report praising the system.
Children living in poverty are being severely disadvantaged in the British school system, according to a new survey which warns crime is a consequence of inadequate support for such disadvantaged youth.
Final preparations are under way ahead of the return of the second Young Highlander Awards.
Nearly a quarter of a million children are unhappy in the UK, according to new research by a children’s charity.
Nursery workers say imaginary friends are becoming less common, with too much screen time affecting children’s imaginations.
An Aberdeen nursery has been given top marks following an unannounced inspection.
A fairy tale woodland in Aberdeenshire created by children has been trashed by vandals for a third time.
The number of very young children being taken to north-east A&E departments after swallowing dangerous substances has almost doubled in the space of one year.
Four children aged 10 to 14 packed fishing rods in a parent’s car, left a farewell note then drove more than 600 miles down the Australian east coast before they were stopped the next day.
Pupils at an Aberdeen primary school are putting their best foot forward for a 300-mile charity challenge.
A wonderland for LEGO fans is set to attract thousands of families from across the north-east to P&J Live for a great day out.
Uncertainty over Scotland’s named person service has resulted in the “lack of a co-ordinated overview” of youngsters’ needs, a new report has said.