A “milestone” steel beam was anchored into place yesterday as work continues on the new £55million Inverurie Community Campus.
Furious teachers from the north and north-east have told Scottish ministers that controversial Primary 1 tests are “cruel nonsense” and “completely inappropriate”.
Education Secretary John Swinney is under growing pressure to ensure all school staff receive the same level of pay rise as teachers.
A remote Highland primary school is to finally get a new teacher after a pupil’s begging letter to the Scottish Government went global and helped attract a mass of applications.
More than £1.5m funding is being given to schools in the north to close the attainment gap, the Scottish Government has announced.
Pupils from a north-east primary school have penned a song to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of a dramatic wartime kidnap.
John Swinney has accepted that Scottish ministers were not clear enough in stressing that literacy and numeracy must remain at the heart of Scotland's revamped school curriculum.