Primary schools in Moray have been celebrated in the Scottish Parliament for their athletic achievements.
Two children have been reported after an alleged vandalism spree at a Moray primary school.
A school janitor has retired following nearly four decades of taking care of Moray classrooms.
Pupils at a Moray primary school are poised to go head-to-head with speeding drivers in an attempt to reduce dangers outside the gates.
A funding boost to run music lessons is aiming to hit the right note with primary school students across Moray.
Roads across Moray could be closed during school pick-up and drop-off times in an effort to improve pupil safety.
Streets closed around Moray school in attempt to improve safety following removal of crossing patrollers
Streets surrounding a Moray primary school were shut yesterday in an attempt to improve safety for pupils.
Education staff in Moray have demanded greater protection after the results of a survey showed that many are subjected to daily violence.
The Scottish Government has been urged to use a funding boost to hand over money to support schools in Moray – despite no confirmation that the extra cash actually exists.
Senior Moray Council officer believes status quo of region’s crumbling school estate ‘cannot prevail’
A senior officer at Moray Council believes the status quo of the region’s crumbling school estate “cannot prevail”.
Shock new figures have prompted calls for Moray Council to rethink how it manages it crumbling school buildings.
Teacher vacancies in Moray have dropped by a third amid hopes that positive experiences in the classroom are encouraging staff to stay in the region.
Dozens of nursery teachers are due to start work in Moray this week as part of a huge expansion of childcare in the region.
Four Moray teenagers have returned from an overseas trip where they helped construct modern facilities at a rural school.
More than 2,000 students across Moray received their exam results yesterday to end an anxious wait for pupils and teachers.
One Moray teenager is hoping to use his straight As to help realise his ambitions for spearheading the next innovations in the space race.
Warnings Moray Council must reduce ‘unsustainable’ property portfolio as it faces £151million repairs bill
Moray Council has been urged to reduce or revamp its vast property portfolio after it emerged it is facing an unaffordable £151million bill just to get its buildings back to a "satisfactory" standard.
Schools in Moray to be listed on First World War time capsule to be opened on 200th anniversary of conflict
The names of three Moray schools will be recorded on a time capsule, celebrating their commemorations to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A north-east charity has relocated to larger premises to help cope with a surge in demand of families struggling to pay for school uniforms.
Two school pupils from Moray have devised technology to detect birth abnormalities in unborn children after being inspired by their family.
Staff at a Moray school have been praised for creative a positive atmosphere for pupils.
Pupils at a Moray primary school have picked up brightly coloured plastic trumpets and trombones as part efforts to create a new generation of brass musicians.
A group of Moray youngsters hope that a Mexican-inspired soup they created will dispel myths about veganism when it hits the shelves.
A Moray teacher faces being struck off after being involved in a string of alleged incidents involving 11 pupils.
Moray Council’s chief executive has warned that “bold and courageous” decisions will need to be taken if the authority is to stave off bankruptcy.
Health and safety statistics collected by Moray Council have revealed a huge rise in the number of violent incidents involving school staff.
Initiatives run by Moray Council to ensure sanitary products are available for free in schools have been praised for reducing period poverty.
Senior management at Moray Council have insisted that the region’s education system is “not a basket case” as it continues to face close scrutiny.
Education authorities in Moray have been urged not to use statistics as a “stick to beat staff over the head with” when judging the success of pupils.
Union demands action amid fears some Moray teachers are being subjected to ‘violent behaviour’ four times a day
Unions have demanded action to ensure pupils and staff feel safe in about violent behaviour in classrooms.
ANALYSIS: The biggest tragedy is that some of our brightest talent may be missing out on opportunities
It should be no surprise that education evokes such strong reactions in Moray Council's chambers.
Head teachers from across Moray lined-up before councillors yesterday to lay bare the region's staffing crisis.