Scotland’s teenagers have recorded their lowest ever score in maths and science in an influential test that provides an international comparison of academic performance.
Children in rural schools must be given the chance to learn scientific subjects, a new Holyrood report has said.
A Moray maths tutor fears children in the region are a year behind their counterparts in the Highlands – blaming a lack of resources and organisation for the “systemic problem”.
A scheme aimed at improving education in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) has been so successful in Moray that it is being adopted nationwide.
Teacher numbers for maths and English have slumped by almost 1,000 during the last decade.
Youngsters who can kick a ball are better at sums, according to new research.
Parents struggling to entertain their children over the Christmas holidays are being invited to drop them off at free English and maths workshops.
More than 70 pupils from across the north-east have been using their maths skills to tackle challenges in the oil and gas industry as part of Techfest’s ‘Maths in the Pipeline’ programme.
A Moray primary school is sending home maths packs with children in an attempt to get parents more involved with their children’s learning.
Heathryburn School pupils are celebrating after scooping first prize in a challenging maths competition.
The number of pupils leaving school without a proper maths qualification has nearly doubled in the past four years, according to new analysis.
Researchers investigating the pressures facing modern youngsters at school discovered the tests they are expected to take before potentially leaving full-time education BAFFLE intelligent adults.
Secondary school pupils from across the north-east are currently undertaking a series of projects being hosted by TechFest, Maths in the Pipeline.
Maths-minded school pupils from across the north-east will find out how mathematics is being used to prevent disease epidemics from multiplying this weekend.