Moray Council has delayed choosing the name of a proposed secondary school as it wrangles with staff and pupils over what it should be called.
An improvement plan is being drawn up after it was revealed that a third of parents at a Moray school had concerns about how bullying was being tackled.
Councillors in Moray have united in a pledge for a more “positive message” in an attempt to solve the region’s teacher recruitment crisis.
Education bosses in Moray have again suggested bussing school pupils out of classrooms hit by the region’s ongoing teacher recruitment crisis.
One of a Moray town’s most favourite sons could soon have a new secondary school named after him.
Moray Council’s new leadership has set its sights on reversing a controversial decision to scrap school crossing patrollers.
Designs for new primary schools in Moray have been criticised as being “industrial” and lacking “inspiration”.
Moray Council has been pressed to draw up urgent plans to review its school estate following the publication of damning Scottish Government statistics.
School pupils on Speyside have been tasked by a soup giant to dream up fresh healthy-living recipes.
An entire class of Moray primary school children have given their first public performance after taking part in an education experiment.
Moray Council awards £3.3m for classroom repairs – but questions remain about viability of school estate
Moray Council has been accused of papering over the cracks despite awarding a multi-million pound contract for school repairs.
Temporary measures have been announced to plug the gap while Moray Council’s director of education and social care is on secondment.
Education bosses have pledged to learn from the “mistakes and naivety” that have delayed school builds and could cost Moray Council millions of pounds.
The opening date for a new Moray primary school may have to be pushed back yet again amid projects it is nearly £1million over budget.
The growing population of Lossiemouth will benefit from a new secondary school after councillors gave final approval for a £42 million build.
The first wave of houses that could radically alter Moray’s biggest town is poised to be approved.
A north-east secondary school pupil has come top of the class to be named the best student in Scotland.
Moray Council could be left without a director of education and social care for up to two years.
To the amateur it may be a case of a bucket and sponge and a quick hoover - but high end car valeting can see experts earn huge sums for painstakingly detailing the world’s most expensive cars.
Moray Council is “confident” that funding handed to head teachers to improve results in the classroom will be spent before the end of the academic year.
A drug dealer who sold cannabis to Moray students just yards from school gates has avoided being locked up.
The Scottish Government has told hard-pressed Moray head teachers it must swiftly spend funding awarded to boost staffing or see it disappear.
A class of school pupils from a tiny school on Speyside have had their spirits raised after receiving a personal message from the Prime Minister.
Two pupils from a Moray school have come first and second in a national literary competition.
A special council meeting has been organised to debate the future of a secondary school project in Moray which has spiralling costs.
Moray school pupils have got up close to a menagerie of creepy crawlies as part of a celebration of science.
A Moray teenager with ambitions of becoming a performer has gained the chance to work with a celebrated Broadway composer.
Fears have been raised that halving the number of school crossing patrollers in Moray could lead to chaos at the gates as parents choose to drive their children instead.
A third Moray school has had to close in about a month following another outbreak of a vomiting bug.
Moray Council has been forced to apologise after a school pupil was so badly sunburned they had to be bandaged from “thigh to toe” - and then get on a bus for 36 hours.
A primary school in Moray has prepared a massive playground display to show they are “flying high” with reading.
Moray Council has approved more than £6million worth of cuts as protesters rallied outside.