Plans for two new multi-million-pound Aberdeen primary schools have been revealed.
The National Union of Students (NUS) has launched its manifesto, outlining the issues students will be looking at when voting in the General Election.
A potential shake-up of school holidays in Aberdeen should be shelved for the next five years, council education bosses have recommended.
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.
He may be the world’s greatest dramatist, but many young people are concerned that knowing the works of Shakespeare will not help them get a job.
Teacher shortages have been blamed for some north-east pupils having to make taxi trips of up to 40 miles to receive lessons in core subjects.
Children in the north-east are in with the chance of winning free football tickets as a reward for reading.
The UK is at risk of wasting talent if young children start ruling out career options based on their gender, ethnicity or class, an international education expert has warned.
West End musical impresario Lord Lloyd-Webber has criticised successive governments for cutting the music budgets in schools.
Highland council is to review air quality standards around its schools - and will undertake a pilot project on air quality improvement at a local school yet to be decided.
North-east primary school pupils impressed parents with their French skills at a special French café event yesterday.
Robots at Aberdeen University are helping to give students a far more immersive education experience.
Inverness pupils’ safety is being compromised with a lack of investment in school crossing patrollers to combat a rapidly-growing population - with more children walking next to busier roads, it has been claimed.
Young north-east bookworms have received special prizes for using their summer break to clock up some impressive reading time.
A chronic shortage of specialist teachers is preventing some north-east youngsters from taking the Stem subjects they are passionate about.
Parents and residents support the idea of traffic-free streets outside schools, according to a survey.
Private schools could be abolished under a future Labour government, after members backed moves to “integrate” all such educational institutions into the state sector.
A north-east primary school is the first in Scotland to receive a new training course to boost children's love of reading.
Tens of thousands of teenagers are leaving education without gaining basic qualifications, a report has warned.
Multi-million-pound plans have been put forward to improve or expand eight Aberdeen schools ahead of tough Scottish Government childcare targets.
Pupils are learning how to hone their negotiating skills at an event prompted by the “poor example” set by those involved in the Brexit process.
Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) has unveiled its newly refurbished gym following a £500,000 investment.
A major pledge to boost school coffers will reverse recent budget cuts, but leave schools where they were 13 years ago, according to a respected economic think tank.
One in four teachers work more than 60 hours a week, with many working into the evening, despite ministers pledging to reduce their workload, a study suggests.
A Deeside councillor has urged locals to consider becoming a school crossing patroller to protect youngsters.
A funding boost to run music lessons is aiming to hit the right note with primary school students across Moray.
Plans for four new multi-million pound Aberdeen primary schools have been progressed.
Fraserburgh Academy pupils will be helped to reach their academic goals through the power of football.
An overhaul of international student visa rules should apply to those due to graduate in the coming months, it has been suggested.
International students will be able to stay in the UK for two years after graduating, to find work, under new proposals announced by the Prime Minister.
The first minister flew into the north-east yesterday to unveil a £1billion spending plan for new schools across Scotland.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has launched an education drive which could see up to 30 new free schools established.