Aberdeenshire dairy farming business and well-known Scottish food brand Mackie’s of Scotland will open its doors this summer to host Royal Northern Countryside Live – A Family Day Out.
New efforts will be made to reduce the number of children being excluded from Aberdeenshire schools for bad behaviour.
Two Inverness schools will have their rolls capped for the next school year, Highland Council has announced.
A row erupted yesterday when Tory education spokeswoman Liz Smith criticised Western Isles Council’s plans to teach young pupils using Gaelic as their main language.
The number of black academics working in the most senior positions in UK universities has fallen to just a handful at most.
A minority of schools are still gaming the system and putting their own interests above that of students, Ofsted has warned.
Aberdeen Science Centre has revealed a line-up of events as the venue prepares to move to its new permanent premises in June.
The Government has been urged to act after a report revealed a stark gap in perceived opportunities in the different regions of the UK.
If there was one simple thing which could be done in schools to improve young people’s social skills, reduce bullying and mental health problems and, above all, to improve exam performance you would expect schools to embrace it, right?
Aberdeenshire vet slams ‘ridiculous’ fine of £20.50 after she was just minutes late in picking up son from after school club – because she was saving a dog
A vet was fined for being minutes late picking her son up from an after-school club - because she was treating a gravely ill dog.
Period products will be available to all schools and colleges in England from next week, the government has said.
Parents will be consulted on plans to rezone schools to ensure that there is enough space for children moving into a new 7,000 home development in Aberdeen.
Nicola Sturgeon has promised to meet MSPs’ demands for a wide-ranging review of Scottish schools to tackle “weaknesses” in the education system.
More than one in four students gained a first class degree last year, but the rapid increase in top honours appears to be stalling.
The rapid rise in the proportion of students graduating with a first class degree appears to be stalling.
Scotland’s leading paramedic will help run a new undergraduate course aimed at boosting numbers working in the north and north-east.
Catchment zones for two city schools could be changed to better accommodate a predicted influx of students from a new 7,000-home development.
Esteemed Moray boarding school emphasises benefits of their mobile phone ban in response to comments
Prince Charles's former school has highlighted the success of a classroom mobile phone ban and encouraged others to follow.
A Caithness woman is campaigning to make every school and nursery in Scotland have a policy to cover children who have potentially fatal food allergies.
Classrooms in deprived areas are becoming a “dumping ground” for problem children, with hundreds of thousands of pupils in England spending their entire school careers in some of the worst-rated learning environments, an Ofsted inspection suggests.
A rise in student dropout rates is concerning, the Universities Minister Chris Skidmore has warned.
Two thirds of universities and colleges have seen an increase in the proportion of students dropping out in the last five years, official figures show.
Hillary Clinton has been appointed as the new chancellor of the Queen’s University Belfast.
Two private schools have defended their decisions to reject scholarship donations for poor white pupils reported to be worth in excess of £1 million.
Society must “never forget” about children who are waiting to be adopted, a charity chief has warned.
Schools in the north and north-east have received thousands of pounds from a trust set up in memory of a teacher killed in the Dunblane massacre.
Almost one in three Aberdeen teachers has considered quitting the classroom in the face of "unacceptable" levels of daily violence and abuse.
Tate boss Maria Balshaw has urged the Government to end the “dire lack” of arts resources in state schools.
A record one in four university applicants were given a controversial “conditional unconditional” offer this year, official figures show.
Pupil performance in the north and north-east is behind the Scottish average in some key subjects, Scottish Government statistics have revealed.
Councillors have agreed to reverse a transport policy dating back decades and grant free school bus travel for thousands of children in Aberdeenshire.
Free healthy breakfasts would be served to all primary school children under a Labour proposal to “poverty proof” England’s schools and reduce the number going hungry.